In June 2017, you had the opportunity to meet our scientists at the Science Fair. It was possible: To see low-temperature plasma and learn about the possibilities of using it in medicine. To view cell cultures and tissue sections using fluorescence microscopy. To see examples of the damage to genes, micronuclei, comets or cells with nanoparticles. To learn about the risks of the origin and the proportion of the genetic component in colon and rectal cancer and other gastrointestinal cancers. The mechanisms of perception and interpretation of sound stimuli, changes in hearing damage, or aging were demonstrated on the human brain model.