Moscow University Press
The Internet: Notes of a Research Assistant

The Internet: Notes of a Research Assistant

Интернет: заметки научного сотрудника
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ISBN: 978-5-211-05804-0 publication date: 2010 format: 70х108 1/16 pages': 512

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Anatoly Alekseyevich Klyosov was a professor of the Chemical Faculty with Moscow State University from 1979 to 1982, then, until the late 1980s — Professor and Head of the Laboratory of the Institute of Biochemistry of the USSR Academy of Sciences, and for 12 years after that — Professor of Biochemistry, Harvard University. His area of scientific interests include: enzymatic catalysis; development of cellulose biotechnology; development and industrial production of polymer composite materials; antigenogenesis of cancerous tumors; development of a new anticancer agent and creation of a new type of drug against alcoholism (both drugs undergo clinical trials). The title of the book is symbolic. In the early 1980s, a 35-year-old professor Anatoly Klesov was the first Soviet Internet user and the author of the first article about it in the Soviet press. Many of the materials published in the book are devoted to events of his life and activities in the scientific field.

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Klyosov A.A. The Internet: Notes of a Research Assistant. — Moscow: Moscow University Press, 2010. — 512 p.
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