Understanding the World. The Second Dialogue between Russian Scientists and the Dalai Lama
May ‘18

This dialogue took place on May 3 and 4 in Dharamsala India. It was arranged with the support of our Center. Leading Russian scientists took part in it. We are publishing the videos of this dialogue. Later, there will be published a report with the analysis of that event.

1. Anokhin K. – Corresponding member. RAS Ph.D. Director of the Center for Neuroscience and Cognitive Sciences, Moscow State University named after MV Lomonosov. Lomonosov
2. Balaban P. – Corresponding member. RAS Director of the Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology of the Russian Academy of Sciences
3. Volkov D. – Ph.D. co-director of the Moscow Center for Consciousness Studies
4. Dubrovsky D. – Ph.D. Leading Researcher, Institute of Philosophy, RAS
5. Kaplan A. – Doctor of biological science. Head of the Laboratory of Neurophysiology and Neuro-Computer Interfaces of Moscow State University
6. Lysenko V. – Doctor of Philology. Head of the Eastern Philosophy Sector of the Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
7. Medvedev S. – Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, leading researcher of the Institute of the Human Brain of the RAS
8. Rogayev E. – Doctor of biological science. Director of the Center for Genetics and Genetic Technologies of Moscow State University
9. Terentyev A. – Candidate of History State Museum of the History of Religion
10. Jankowski N. – Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences. scientific director of the Institute of General Genetics named after RAS

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