2017-07-21 OUR NEWS
Archive on the "Lan" platform

We are striving to ensure that Bulletin of RSMU was available to readers on as many archival platforms as possible. The freer the access to articles, the more often they are quoted. We are glad to announce that now we are interacting with the electronic library system "Lan", which presents more than 700 journals. The system is being developed by the publishing house of the same name from St. Petersburg. You can download handy apps on Google Play and the AppStore and always have access to the system.

2017-05-22 OUR NEWS
Bulletin of RSMU was accepted by Scopus!

We are glad to inform our readers that experts of the international citation database Scopus have taken a close interest in our journal and recommended it for accession to the database. All 2017 issues of the Bulletin of RSMU will be available in Scopus. Articles published in these issues will be indexed as Scopus publications. The profile of the journal and the archive of issues are expected to be ready in about three months. We will notify the readers once the inclusion process is complete.

Dear researcher!
At the end of 2015, Bulletin of RSMU saw an important change in its typographic design and content. We formulated new editorial policies and established strict ethical standards for submitted manuscripts in accordance with the guidelines of reputable international bodies. As a result, about a quarter of the submitted works have been rejected, the primary reason being the author trying to submit a previously published article. Sometimes authors believe that by making slight changes to the introduction, excluding a few people from the study, performing a new statistical analysis, and thus obtaining totally new results they will turn their old manuscript into a novel work. That is why we would like to talk about scientific integrity, honesty, plagiarism, and self-plagiarism in our special project “Author’s work”.
Richard FEYNMAN Cargo cult science
American physicist Richard P. Feynman, a Nobel laureate, was always very scrupulous about the quality of a research study. During his commencement address at the California Institute of Technology in 1974, he talked about scientific integrity and honesty and warned young researchers “not to fool” themselves. A must-read for anyone who believes he/she is a true scientist.
Ivan PAVLOV On the Russian mind
In 1918, Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov, a Nobel laureate, delivered two lectures: on the mind in general and the Russian mind in particular; on those mind qualities that determine the success of a research work and on how these qualities are present in the Russian mind. Pavlov's thoughts are an effective vaccine against poor intellectual work.