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  • New Historical Exposition Set to Open in Russia’s Oldest Science City

    The Pavlov Institute of Physiology in St. Petersburg plans to renew and expand its historical exposition dedicated to the life and work of Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov in Koltushi. ITMO University professor Irina Aktuganova will take the lead in the creation of the renovated museum. 


  • Social Anthropology Expedition: the Secret Lives of Physiologists

    A group of lecturers and PhD students from the Higher School of Economics (HSE), along with a researcher from ITMO University’s Science Communication Master’s program went on an unconventional sociological expedition called “Koltushi. Into Pavlov’s scientific world.” The researchers spent two weeks observing the way employees at Pavlov Institute of Physiology work and interact with each other. Read on to learn more on how to tell physiologists and doctors apart, why physiologists give each other lemons on New Year, and why the lives of scientists should be studied. 


  • Science and Art Come Together at the “New Anthropology” Exposition

    Last fall, “New Anthropology”, a unique project uniting Russian artists and scientists to create technological art, was launched at Pavlov Institute of Physiology. 15 exhibits became the outcome of the project including immersive installation, media- and soundart. Read on to learn more about the idea behind it, the story of the country’s first naukograd (science city) and the significance of the exhibition.