01.06.2020 | 
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"I'M MORE REALISTIC, I BELIEVE IN SCIENCE." ARMEN MARTIRYAN
"I'M MORE REALISTIC, I BELIEVE IN SCIENCE." ARMEN MARTIRYAN
Armen Martiryan, Head of YSU Chair of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, is one of the winners of the competition announced to promote modern teaching methods at YSU.

From an early age, he loved to see and study the basics of everything. He loved physics and chemistry at school, but in middle school I was fascinated by history and literature.

 By the way, he can still memorize the poems. He was the first in the family to become a naturalist.

" Growing up, I realized that if I wanted to know a lot, it would be right to choose chemistry" he said.

 

He said that the field of chemistry provides a wide range of opportunities for creation, and you should only have the desire to create.

"I always mention that two main subjects in school should be taught very well. Mathematics - the language of science, and the mother tongue and literature" he said.

Speaking about his profession, he said that he started his research by studying the effects of these substances on nature.

"If the new trends in science are not studied well, there can be no progress. We all know, that  the world is constantly changing" he said.

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