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Illustration for news: HSE University and Its Partners Will Create a Portfolio of Cardiodiagnostic Products

HSE University and Its Partners Will Create a Portfolio of Cardiodiagnostic Products

The strategic session ‘Development of Cardiodiagnostic Products: From Sequencing to Medical Practice’ was recently held at HSE University. The event focused on identifying the market requirements for technology and products developed in the field of genetic testing for cardiovascular diseases.

Illustration for news: Winner of 2023 Nobel Prize in Economics Announced

Winner of 2023 Nobel Prize in Economics Announced

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2023 to Claudia Goldin (Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA), ‘for having advanced our understanding of women’s labour market outcomes.’ According to the Nobel committee, Professor Goldin has uncovered key factors that determine gender differences in the labour market.

Illustration for news: Student Research Paper Competition 2023 Begins

Student Research Paper Competition 2023 Begins

On September 1st, a new season of the open Student Research Paper Competition (SRPC) started. This competition is aimed at developing the potential of university students who are interested in academic activities. Students, as well as 2023 graduates of Russian and foreign universities, can submit their papers for the competition until October 15th, 2023. This year SRPC turns 20 years old, throughout the competition’s history, Vadim Radaev, HSE University’s First Vice Rector, has been the chair of the organising committee. In today’s interview, he talks about the history of the competition and the key stages in its development.

Illustration for news: ‘Administrators Must Create a Real University that Works for Each and Every Student’

‘Administrators Must Create a Real University that Works for Each and Every Student’

Nikita Anisimov was appointed Rector of HSE University two years ago. In his interview with Ernest Mackevičius, Director of the HSE University Institute of Media, journalist, and television presenter, the HSE rector talks about how he came to the university, its achievements and development plans, and how to tell the difference between AI-produced and human texts.

Illustration for news: Scientists from HSE University in Perm Receive First Artificial Intelligence Patent

Scientists from HSE University in Perm Receive First Artificial Intelligence Patent

Aleksey Kychkin, a researcher at the Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Empirical Studies (LINES), and Oleg Gorshkov, a research assistant at LINES, received a patent for a system that predicts the spatial distribution of harmful substances in atmospheric air using an artificial intelligence unit. The invention can be used for integrated planning and notification of the risks of atmospheric air pollution by harmful substances. The work was carried out under a grant from the HSE University Artificial Intelligence Centre. The HSE News Service spoke with Aleksey Kychkin about the benefits of the new system, its application, and how it came to life.

Illustration for news: Leading HSE University Scientists to Receive Grants from Ideas Research Centre for Neuroscience Research

Leading HSE University Scientists to Receive Grants from Ideas Research Centre for Neuroscience Research

The Ideas Centre for Advanced Interdisciplinary Research has announced the results of its 2023 competition. Five leading neuroscientists will receive grants to open graduate positions for early-career researchers who want to work on solutions to fundamental problems in this area. Three of the competition winners are scientists from HSE University: Matteo Feurra (HSE University in Moscow), Anastasia Kolmogorova (HSE University in St Petersburg), and Sofia Kulikova (HSE University in Perm).

Illustration for news: Results of HSE University’s Mirror Laboratories Contest Announced

Results of HSE University’s Mirror Laboratories Contest Announced

This year, HSE University held the Mirror Laboratories project contest for the fourth time. A total of 19 applications were submitted to the contest from 16 HSE University research departments partnered with 16 organisations from 14 Russian regions. Following the contest results, 10 research projects received support.

Illustration for news: Men Willing to Pay More for Chocolate Than Women

Men Willing to Pay More for Chocolate Than Women

Researchers at HSE University in Perm have used electroencephalography (EEG) to determine that consumers are willing to pay 10% more for chocolate when they know it to be a premium product. On the other hand, if consumers are aware that a chocolate product is inexpensive, their willingness to pay decreases by 13%. On average, men are willing to pay 8.8 monetary units more for chocolate than women, and men's willingness to pay decreases by 0.3 monetary units with each additional year of age. The study has been published in Food Quality and Preference.

Illustration for news: Comics: From the Middle Ages to the 21st Century

Comics: From the Middle Ages to the 21st Century

The 8th Russian Comics Conference ‘The World of Comics’, organised by the HSE Institute for Oriental and Classical Studies, took place online in March 2023. Over the two days of the conference, 44 comics researchers from Russia, France, China, and Malaysia presented their papers on comics history, narratives, visuals, and animation.

Illustration for news: ‘The “Neighbours in Research” Conference Has Become a Special Hallmark of HSE University in Perm’

‘The “Neighbours in Research” Conference Has Become a Special Hallmark of HSE University in Perm’

The 10th anniversary scientific conference ‘Neighbours in Research’ was held at HSE University in Perm. This year it received the status of an international event—research was presented by scientists not only from different regions of Russia, but also from Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan. The conference's key concept is interdisciplinarity, and as a result, reports were presented from various branches of science, including economics, linguistics, sociology, law, digital technologies, and neuroscience.