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The translator of the book, Samy 'Omara, is a graduate of Ain Shams University's Faculty of Languages, and holds a PhD in the Russian language from the Saint Petersburg State University in Russia.
A breakthrough finally happened when Friscic managed to track professor Sergey Krivovichev of the Saint Petersburg State University and professor Igor Pekov of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, who were able not only to access the original mineral samples but also conduct a full single crystal X-ray diffraction experiment on them, which confirmed beyond doubt their exact structures.
With the help of a crystallographer colleague in Venezuela, they connected with two prominent Russian mineralogists: Sergey Krivovichev, a professor at Saint Petersburg State University, and Prof.
Vladislav Kuzovkov from Saint Petersburg State University and a team of doctors from the Royal Medical Services of the Jordan Armed Forces-Arab Army, at the Queen Rania Al Abdullah Children's Hospital.
Russia will have to learn how to live with more moderate oil prices," Alexei Kudrin, Professor and Dean, School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Saint Petersburg State University, Russian Federation, told participants.
The National Library of Kyrgyzstan is implementing a joint project with the Saint Petersburg State University (SPbGU) to conduct ethnographic research and film a documentary about writer and envoy Chingiz Aitmatov.
Russia's Saint Petersburg State University (departments of psychology and of philosophy, and the Center for the Negotiation Process and Strategies for Peace)--joined in partnership with Germany's University of Hamburg (School of Education, Psychology and Human Movement) to sponsor a conference titled "International Training and Practice of Mediators in the Light of European Experience," held December 2011.
That challenge is actually minor compared with getting a polariton laser to run on electricity, says Alexey Kavokin, a physicist at Saint Petersburg State University in Russia.
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