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Memorial Museum-Study of Academician S. S. Nametkin description and photo - Russia - Moscow: Moscow. Detailed information about the attraction. Description, photos and a map showing the nearest significant objects.
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The memorial museum-office of academician Sergei Nametkin is located in Moscow on Leninsky Prospekt and is located on the territory of the A.V. Topchev of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The museum is a non-profit institution, and its visit is possible by prior arrangement.
The main task of the museum is to preserve and study the heritage of this outstanding Soviet scientist in the field of organic chemistry and petrochemistry. The creation of the museum within the walls of the institute was timed to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the birth of Sergei Semenovich Nametkin. The museum conducts excursions, during which visitors are told about the life and scientific activities of the academician, as well as how his legacy is reflected in the works of students.
Sergei Semenovich Nametkin lived and worked in Moscow in the first half of the last century. He moved to the capital from Kazan. After graduating from high school, he studied at Moscow State University, then taught and taught at the Moscow Higher Courses for Women. After defending his master's thesis in St. Petersburg, he was elected professor of the Department of Organic Chemistry at MVZhK, and after defending his doctoral thesis he headed the Physics and Mathematics Faculty there.
In 1918, the courses were transformed into the 2nd Moscow State University , and a year later Sergey Nametkin became its rector, however, he worked in this position for only five years, but remained teaching in it.
In the 20-30s, Sergey Nametkin held managerial positions and taught at the State Oil institute, at the Oil Faculty of the Mining Academy, the Moscow Institute of Fine Chemical Technology, Moscow University. In 1932 he was elected a corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences, seven years later - its full member. In the last two years before his death in 1950, Sergei Nametkin headed the Oil Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences. Under the leadership of Nametkin, research was carried out on the creation of new fuels and lubricants, the study of the composition of oil from different fields of the Soviet Union. Academician Nametkin's scientific activity was awarded two Stalin prizes, the Order of Lenin and three times - the Orders of the Red Banner of Labor.
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