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Сергеев Александр
Alexander Sergeev
President, Russian Academy of Sciences
Quotes
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
The Diseases of the Century. Can Cancer be Beaten?
Unfortunately, there are no specific answers to the following questions: why do mutations happen? How many mutations do have in our bodies? What conditions helps mutations and what prevents them? How does this work and what is the role of our own immunity? We still do not fully understand it, or at least we do not to a great extent
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
The Diseases of the Century. Can Cancer be Beaten?
Unfortunately, we have lost a lot over the last decades. These losses occurred because there was no opportunity or money or political will
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
The Diseases of the Century. Can Cancer be Beaten?
We need to do a preventive medical checkup for older generations that have a high risk of cancer
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
The Diseases of the Century. Can Cancer be Beaten?
We can significantly improve and sustain a patient’s life and survival rate: its is cutting-edge technologies, and instrumental methods, and chemotherapy. We have made a substantial progress in fighting cancer
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Science and Life: The Boundaries of the Possible
It is a fact that we live in the information society. In the information society you can do it only if you are capable of the right and skillful communication.  In this sense our objective to present our science and scientists in the right way is very important. There are multiple flaws in this area. And I assign most of those flaws to scientists. We are used to the situation when we do not have to advertise ourselves
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Science and Life: The Boundaries of the Possible
The key problem is the getting the toolset. We are far behind the countries that achieve results nothing short of miraculous, because these results are driven by new and perfect toolset capable of measuring things we cannot measure
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Science and Life: The Boundaries of the Possible
Now the country has a growing need for science producing as many results as possible, but they need to be quickly applied in technology
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Science and Life: The Boundaries of the Possible
The government does what it can. <…> Out key objective is to attract financing from industry, from hi-tech business
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Strategy for Integration of Science, Education, and Business
When not just one, or a couple of dozen, but a large number of companies start to pay close attention to scientific research, then we will create additional added value. And then the profits that companies obtain by applying this new knowledge will be ploughed back into gaining yet more knowledge. This positive feedback loop between business and science, and not just applied science, but also fundamental and exploratory, is the basis for the growth of modern economies and sustainable development
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Strategy for Integration of Science, Education, and Business
The most important issue, as we know from the regrettable statistics, is that when we look at the amount of funds allocated for science, it is estimated that business provides only 25 to 30 percent, with the rest coming from the state. This means that we do not have the integration that exists in rapidly developing, high-tech economies where the ratio of funds provided the state and business is almost the opposite
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Digital Subsoil Use
We know the problem of excavated material. There is an enormous amount of it. Maybe we should really limit ourselves in finding new deposits and study the excavated material instead, because it can contain many things that are attractive for today’s market. <…> This is a relevant task, where digital methods are also very important
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Digital Subsoil Use
The digital helps us get rid of our daily rigors. In a certain sense, even to get rid of those mundane professions that we can assign to just a programme instead of an intellect that may be even boring. It is obvious that we get pushed towards the area of creative jobs that cannot be affected by digitalization. But this line will be moving further and further, which results in discussions on whether it is dangerous
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Digital Subsoil Use
The ability to work with large data volumes on much faster computers raises questions previously unheard of, because it was easier to study and explore a deposit with a pickaxe and a shovel than use slow computers to calculate what it has inside. Now the situation is completely different. <…> The global trend is the interface for getting the most comprehensive diagnostics, as well as creating to most up-to-date productive models and using them
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Co-Creating the Future. Business Solutions for Realizing Sustainable Development Goals
I would like to point out three important aspects where the science and business together could invest into sustainable development. First: sustainable development is only possible if there is positive feedback between science and market. Second: we need to learn to recognize the challenges different countries face and react to them together. The role of science here is huge. These challenges have to be recognized scientifically. Third: education. If we talk about Society 5.0. a creative society, then we need to think how we are going to train the people for it
09.04.2019
International Arctic Forum 2019
Arctic Researchers’ Dialogue
Climatologists, geologists, biologists and scientists from other fields are involved in exploration of the Arctic. <…> The Arctic is an area of interest for many countries, that is why a dialogue between them is taking place
09.04.2019
International Arctic Forum 2019
Opportunities and Risks for the Ocean Economy: Ensuring Sustainable Use of the World Ocean’s Natural Riches
The impact of climate on the Arctic is a serious scientific question that the whole world and experts are now facing. It is important to share opinions on what opportunities and what risks these climate changes can offer
09.04.2019
International Arctic Forum 2019
Opportunities and Risks for the Ocean Economy: Ensuring Sustainable Use of the World Ocean’s Natural Riches
Research on ice dynamics, methane emissions, and state of permafrost define risks as well as opportunities for the economy. The Arctic is becoming an independent player on the global weather and climate scene
09.04.2019
International Arctic Forum 2019
Opportunities and Risks for the Ocean Economy: Ensuring Sustainable Use of the World Ocean’s Natural Riches
Life cycle of the Arctic ice is changing dramatically. Observations for last two decades have shown that every decade the amount of ice that comes to its melting point decreases by 15–17%. <…> It is a very serious question of ice conveyor breakdown
09.04.2019
International Arctic Forum 2019
Opportunities and Risks for the Ocean Economy: Ensuring Sustainable Use of the World Ocean’s Natural Riches
Methane release as a consequence and an accelerator of the greenhouse effect rather than of industrial operations is becoming a more important factor. This issue is very serious – how methane emissions influence weather and climate in general. Have we neglected a process that is defined by nature with no regard to our industry, that can lead to serious or even catastrophic consequences?
09.04.2019
International Arctic Forum 2019
Opportunities and Risks for the Ocean Economy: Ensuring Sustainable Use of the World Ocean’s Natural Riches
There are tasks and risks for the economy that have to do with the warming and define the process both on the Arctic shelf and on the continent. <…> Because of the permafrost change, the soil is changing, and the buildings and constructions based on permafrost are impacted. This change is also a risk, for economy as well
14.02.2019
RIF 2019
Creating a Modern School: New Opportunities for the State and Business to Collaborate through the National Education Project
There is a highly relevant objective to upgrade the research and technological groundwork. <…> We need to see how we can make sure that young strong motivated and creative people join research
14.02.2019
RIF 2019
Science and Society: A Strategy for Future Generations
It is important for science to live up to the existing expectations of the society and to provide the much-needed unbiased information on what is happening in the world, so that we could help the fact–fake ratio gravitate towards the real, truthful and precise information
14.02.2019
RIF 2019
Science and Society: A Strategy for Future Generations
What is the situation today? Multiplied volumes of information, and it is not just several times more – it is by several orders of magnitude. More and more scientific information is distributed through media outlets. That is the information-oriented society we are dealing with today, while the filters that could separate facts from fakes are not really tuned. One the most important objectives for science is to tune those filters, and science shares this objective with the media
13.02.2019
Healthy Life Forum: Towards 80+ 2019
Towards Life Expectancy of 80 Years in Russia: Challenges and Solutions
We increased the retirement age by 5 years. Who knows how that will affect life expectancy? This hasn’t been studied
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Science is Doing What Politics Cannot Do
The current political issues we are witnessing, alongside geopolitical confrontations and sanctions, are limiting opportunities for collaboration in science and technology. There are plenty of examples of this. As scientists, it is something we encounter. Take scientific cooperation with the US. Our access to their national laboratories is blocked – we’re simply not allowed in
24.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
The Technological Breakthrough and Spatial Development of the Country
We see the need in a radical advance both in the address to the Federal Assembly and in May executive orders (of the President – ed.). Economic growth should approach 5–7% rather than 1–2%, which is possible only through rapid introduction of science and technology into our economy. These 5–7% should be achieved alongside other countries fast growth and development due to science and technology. This is the first point. Secondly, we have to admit that we are not making much progress in science and technology. The situation has not been improving, which calls for a radical technological breakthrough