Science in the USSR
|Наука в СССР
|description||soviet scientific journal|
|publishing company||Nauka (USSR)|
Science in the USSR ( Russian Наука в СССР Nauka w SSSR , English Science in the USSR ) was an illustrated journal for scientific journalism and information, published by the Academy of Sciences of the USSR .
It appeared six times a year in German, Russian, English and Spanish and was printed by the science publisher Nauka ; Name of the English edition: Science in USSR .
It was also available at newspaper kiosks in the GDR .
Before the magazine was discontinued in Germany in 1991 and in Russia in 1992, the editor-in-chief was academician G. Scriabin.
The magazine's successor was Nauka w Rossii (Wissenschaft in Russland / Science in Russia), subtitled “Illjustrirowanny nautschno-publizistitscheski i informazionny schurnal”,.
Example: Contents of Issue No. 6 from 1983
- History of the sciences in scholarly biographies:
- In memory of Vladimir Vernadsky
- Discoveries by Soviet Scientists: Finding One Atom in Billions
- Science on the rise
- Metals and cancer
- Expedition PIKAR
- 20th century technology
- A light carrier ship with nuclear power propulsion for the Arctic
- Our home is the earth
- A geodynamic model of the Caucasus
- The calling card of the earth's interior
- Agricultural Science: Problem of the 1980s
- Gentle agriculture
- Science and society
- The science of a risen people
- "Sow the seeds of the spirit in all of space"
- News from the research laboratory
- A new rendezvous with Halley's Comet
- Laugh break
- Scholar hobbies
- Leafed through specialist journals: hydrocarbons in synclines, which are in front of mountain ranges. For the first time in the practice of fish farming. Can birds talk too? Needles for ulcers.
- J. Mischustin: A nitrogen store
- W. Dolnik: Artificial and Human Intellect
- Table of contents of the magazine for 1983