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Portrait of an Alien: How Western and Eastern Cultures Influence Creativity and Perceptions

Portrait of an Alien: How Western and Eastern Cultures Influence Creativity and Perceptions
The concept of creativity varies by culture, and this is reflected in the results of creative activity. This fact was confirmed by researchers from the HSE Laboratory for Creativity and Multilingualism who studied creative assignments carried out by students from Russia and the United Arab Emirates.

Alexei Vagov: ‘Metamaterials Should Serve People'

Alexei Vagov
The Centre for Quantum Metamaterials is one of the new international laboratories that will be launched at MIEM, HSE University, in 2022.  Alexei Vagov, Head of the Centre, speaks about the main areas of the Centre’s research, its team, and future research cooperation.

'I Took Up a Blue-collar Job to Do My Research'

'I Took Up a Blue-collar Job to Do My Research'
Olga Pinchuk shares the personal experiences that have informed her academic research, explains why manual labour is still prevalent in Russia, and examines widespread stereotypes about blue-collar workers.

Mathematical Modelling at HSE MIEM

Mathematical Modelling at HSE MIEM
Sergey A. Aksenov,Deputy Director of MIEM and Associate Professor at the School of Applied Mathematics, explains what mathematical modelling is about and what projects HSE MIEM research teams have been working on recently, particularly in relation to COVID-19.

HSE Biologists Prepare Strategy for Universal COVID Test

HSE Biologists Prepare Strategy for Universal COVID Test
Russian researchers have developed a strategy to create a cheap and rapid COVID-19 test based on isothermal amplification. According to their publication in Applied Biochemistry and Microbiology, use of this strategy will make it possible to create universal test systems for any of the COVID-19 variants.

Half of Job Seekers Need up to Ten Weeks to Find a Job

Half of Job Seekers Need up to Ten Weeks to Find a Job
A person’s position on the labour market, i.e., status of employed/unoccupied/unemployed, can impact not only attitudes toward the job search (choice or necessity), but also employment conditions and the methods and length of search.