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Below are selected scientific achievements from the public press all over the world:

Electronic guide, created by Ukrainian schoolboy from Nikolaev won a prize in a prestigious competition for young inventors
21 June 2013

Starting in May of this year to the United States at the World Competition scientific and technical work, Ivan Seleznev did not even know what success him there waiting. Schoolboy has created a special device in the form of gloves, which helps blind people to move indoors and outdoors.

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World class technologies bring cancer patients to Kyiv’s Cyber Clinic.

06 June 2013

Dr. Yuri Spizhenko’s dream of bringing the most advanced cancer treatment technologies to Ukraine has been fulfilled and continues developing as family members take the founder’s work on to new and higher levels. Cancer in all its forms continues to be one of the most persistent health problems throughout the world.


A Swiveling Proxy That Will Even Wear a Tutu

07 June 2013

SUMTER, S.C. — Lexie Kinder solves problems during math class, earns gold stars from her teacher and jokes with classmates at her elementary school. Born with a chronic heart disorder that weakened her immune system and made attending school risky, Lexie, 9, was tutored at her home in Sumter for years. But this spring, her family began experimenting with an alternative — a camera-and-Internet-enabled robot that swivels around the classroom and streams two-way video between her school and house.


I.B.M. Reports Nanotube Chip Breakthrough

SAN FRANCISCO — I.B.M. scientists are reporting progress in a chip-making technology that is likely to ensure that the basic digital switch at the heart of modern microchips will continue to shrink for more than a decade. The advance, first described in the journal Nature Nanotechnology on Sunday, is based on carbon nanotubes — exotic molecules that have long held out promise as an alternative to silicon from which to create the tiny logic gates now used by the billions to create microprocessors and memory chips. Against all expectations, silicon-based chips have continued to improve in speed and capacity for the last five decades.