We wish you glorious scientific results, breakthrough ideas, sparks of creativity and sometimes great patience—for instance, W. Pauli had been waiting for experimental verification of his neutrino theory for 26 years.
We follow advancement of domestic science, are happy about its success and gladly tell you about discoveries which make our life easier, more interesting and better. It is obvious that there is no progress without science.
But how do scientists interpret science for themselves? Just as a thing bringing practical use and everyday labour?
Let us reflect on this topic together with the Director of the Dzhelepov Laboratory of Nuclear Problems Vadim Alexandrovich Bednyakov and his film “Life, its Purpose… and Science”.