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The scientific institutions of the branches and bases of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union at that time had about 1, scientific and technical workers, including 12 academicians, 11 corresponding members, doctors, candidates of science, scientists without a scientific . Academy of Sciences, in full (–25 and since ) Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Rossiiskaya Akademiya Nauk, highest scientific society and principal coordinating body for research in natural and social sciences, technology, and production in organization was established in St. Petersburg, Russia, on February 8 (Janu Old Style), A separate organization, called the Russian Academy (Академия Российская), was created in to work on the study of the Russian ed over by Princess Ekaterina Dashkova (who at the same time was the Director of the Imperial Academy of Arts and Sciences, i.e., the country's "main" academy), the Russian Academy was engaged in compiling the six-volume Academic. Academy of Sciences of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (AN SSSR) the highest scientific institution of the USSR, whose membership includes the most outstanding scholars of the country. Its personnel is made up of members (academicians), corresponding members, and foreign members. The fundamental tasks of the AN SSSR are developing fundamental.
In (in connection with the transfer to Moscow of the Presidium of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, as well as a number of scientific and research academic institutions), first a library post was organized in Moscow, and after , a section of the network of specialized libraries, amounting to a branch of the BAN. The Academy of Sciences was founded on 1 June on the basis of the Kazakh branch of the USSR Academy of Sciences. The central office is located in Almaty. The central office is located in Almaty. It is a state institution that joins active members (academicians), corresponding members, and leading scientists of Kazakhstan. About the archive I.V. Tunkina Academy Archive - Manuscript Heritage Treasury of the World Science. The first scientific archive in Russia - St. Petersburg Branch of the Archive of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the largest and most important documentation centre of the Imperial-all-Union-Russian Academy of Sciences, is universally acknowledged to be one of the treasuries of the historical. SJR is a measure of scientific influence of journals that accounts for both the number of citations received by a journal and the importance or prestige of the journals where such citations come from It measures the scientific influence of the average article in a journal, it expresses how central to the global scientific discussion an average.
Far Eastern Scientific Center, USSR Academy of Sciences () By the beginning of the seventies a developed system of academic research institutions has been formed in the Far East that could influence the growth of productive forces of the region, its . In November , the base was transformed into the Kazakh branch of the USSR Academy of Sciences - the largest institution in the country, in which worked about researchers, 14 of them had a PhD degree and three Dr. Its activity took place at a difficult time for the country - . The Academy was founded in Saint Petersburg by Peter the Great, inspired and advised by Gottfried Leibniz, and implemented in the Senate decree of February 8 (January 28 old style),   It was originally called The Saint Petersburg Academy of Sciences (Russian: Петербургская Академия наук).The name varied over the years, becoming The Imperial Academy of Arts. The Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences was established in The initiative originated from Mikhail Lavrentyev, Sergei Sobolev and Sergei Khristianovich. Mikhail Lavrentyev became its founding chairman. The Siberian Branch incorporates the organizations of the Russian Academy of Sciences located in Siberia.