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Mogan Cultural Center – Lowell National Historical Park (U.S. National Park Service)

Mogan Cultural Center, 40 French St

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Mogan Cultural Center

40 French Street

Housed in a historic boardinghouse, the Mogan Cultural Center is a hub of information on the cultural history of Lowell. Featuring museum exhibits, a research library, and a traditional arts program, visitors are encouraged to learn more about the unique cultural history of Lowell, past, present, and future, at this park site.


Hours of Operation

The Mill Girls Boardinghouse Exhibit at the Mogan Cultural Center is open daily from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. (September 6 – November 5).

The Mill Girls Boardinghouse Exhibit is closed for the season November 6, 2022 – April 22, 2023.

The Center for Lowell History has currently limited their hours. Visit the Center for Lowell History website for more information.


Historic dining room at the Mill Girls Exhibit.


Museum Exhibits

Mill Girls Boardinghouse Exhibit

Explore a recreated boardinghouse (ca. 1841) and learn more about the lives of the early mill girls outside the factory walls. The first floor features a recreation of a boardinghouse dining room and kitchen. These bustling spaces were staffed by a boardinghouse keeper, whose room is adjacent. In this self-guided space, learn what early factory workers would eat on a daily basis and how the keeper prepared three meals daily.

Continue upstairs to the girls’ crowded bedrooms and listen in on their nighttime conversations. Check out the exhibit cases to see how they spent their precious free time and what they wrote home to their families about life in Lowell. Visitors may also learn more in-depth information about select mill workers, including the poet Lucy Larcom and the suffragist Harriet Hanson Robinson.


Center for Lowell History


Center for Lowell History

A University of Massachusetts Lowell research library, the Center for Lowell History was established in 1971 to assure the safekeeping, preservation, and availability for study research materials in unique subject areas, particularly those related to the Greater Lowell Area and the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Researchers can visit the Center for Lowell History to explore their robust selection of holdings. For more information, and to explore the Center for Lowell History’s digital collections, visit their website.


Angkor Dance Troupe

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Angkor Dance Troupe

Established in 1986 when Tim Thou and a passionate group of Cambodian refugees came together in Lowell, Massachusetts with the sole purpose to revive a culture once almost lost, Angkor Dance Troupe (ADT) teaches and performs a body of work developed at the Royal University of Fine Arts in Phnom Penh, Cambodia – where they are considered the world’s cultural source and standard bearer for traditional Cambodian arts. Through cultural exchanges and programs including dance, music, and Khmer Language class, students learn how to explain the history and stories of the Cambodian people through the power of facial/body language, musical composition, and lyrical speech. The Mogan Cultural Center serves as the rehearsal area for the Angkor Dance Troupe. To learn more about the ADT, visit the Angkor Dance Troupe website.



The Mogan Cultural Center is a 10 minute walk from the Visitor Center (246 Market Street) and the Hamilton Canal Innovation District parking garage (350 Dutton Street). Parking in this garage (only) is available to National Park visitors at no cost provided they obtain a valid parking voucher at either the Visitor Center or at the Boott Cotton Mills Museum.

If you would like to park closer to the museum, parking is available for a fee at city garages or on metered street parking.

Disability designated parking spaces are provided in the city parking garage at 75 John Street. The garage has a height limitation of 6′ 8″ for vehicles. Vehicles that display disability license plates or a hanging placard may also park at no cost in any designated parking space within the City of Lowell.


For Visitors With Mobility Impairments:

The Mogan Cultural Center is fully accessible. Service dogs are welcomed throughout the Park, on tours and in all facilities. For more information about service animals, please refer to the ADA service dog guidelines.

For Visitors With Hearing Impairments:

All exhibit films throughout the Mogan Cultural Center feature captions. Please ask a staff member for more information.


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Russian short track skater Viktor Ahn won bronze at the 1500m Sochi Olympics

February 10, 2014, 12:19

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SOCHI, February 10. /Specialist. corr. ITAR-TASS/. The Russian Olympic team won the fifth medal at the Sochi Games. Russian short track skater Viktor Ahn won the bronze medal in the 1500m.

The Russian covered the distance in 2 minutes 15.062 seconds. The team has one gold, two silvers and two bronzes.

Canadian Charles Hamelin won the gold medal (2:14.985), silver – Chinese Han Tianyu (2.15.055).

Head coach of the Russian national team Sebastian Kros said that Ahn had every chance of winning. “I’m quite satisfied with the results in the 1500m,” said Kros. “We have a medal, and that’s the main thing. It’s not a crown distance for Viktor Ahn, but he had a chance to win it.

According to Kros, the bronze medalist of the 2014 Olympics showed a good move. “Victor confidently walked the distance, but still lost,” the coach emphasized. “Canadian Charles Hamelin is a very uncomfortable opponent for Ana. He showed that today.”

Alexei Kravtsov, President of the Russian Skating Union (SKR), called Ana’s bronze an absolute success. “The competition has just begun, and the Russian team is already in third place in the lorry. I have no doubt that the continuation will follow,” he said. “Ahn showed that he is in good shape.”

Russian short track speed skater Semyon Yelistratov took fourth place in the final B. His time is 2 minutes 24.352 seconds. The Russian and two other short trackers fell on the last lap of the distance. “Elistratov could have run better,” said Kros. “It’s okay, we’ll get ready for the next starts.”

According to Kravtsov, An, as the leader, is followed by other members of the Russian team. “The fact that Semyon Yelistratov competed in the B final today doesn’t mean anything yet,” he said. “At other distances, he may well be among the strongest.”

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Viktor Ahn was born on November 23, 1985 in Seoul. Until December 2011, he bore the name An Hyun-soo and played for the Korean national team. Three-time Olympic champion in 2006 – at distances of 1000 and 1500 m, as well as in the 5000 m relay; also won bronze in the 500m in Turin.

Ahn’s first major successes were at the age of 16, becoming the overall winner of the 2002 Junior World Championships in Chuncheon, as well as winning silver at the adult World Championships in Montreal in the same year in the 1000 and 3000 m distances, as well as in the overall standings.

An’s first Olympic Games were unsuccessful: he came only fourth in the 1000m in Salt Lake City 2002, but flashed four years later in Turin. At those Games, only Anu, German biathlete Michael Greis and Korean short track skater Jin Sun-Yu managed to win three gold medals.

In the period from 2002 to 2007 he became 18-time world champion, including five times – the absolute winner of the tournament. In 2004 in St. Petersburg and 2006 in Montreal, he won the gold of the World Team Championship.

A serious test in Ana’s career was a knee injury he received during a collision with a fence at the Korean team’s training camp. The athlete underwent three operations and returned to the ice only in September. Short track skater failed to qualify for the 2009 World Championshipyear in Vienna, and then qualify for the Olympic Games in Vancouver.

An began to play for the Russian national team in March 2012, when he won the 1000 and 3000 m distances at the national championship and became the second in the 1500 m. He won his first international victory after an injury and a change of citizenship on October 21 of the same year at the first stage of the World Cup in Calgary.

At the 2013 World Championships in Debrecen, Hungary, Ahn won silver in the 1500m and placed second in the relay. At the 2014 European Championships in Dresden, Germany, Ahn became the overall winner of the tournament, winning at all three distances he ran (500, 1000 and 1500 m).

Multiple World Cup winner. Of these, he won six stages in the form of the Russian national team. Two-time winner of the World Cup in the overall standings (2003/04, 2005/06), second (2002/03) and third prize-winner (2004/05). Repeated winner of the Cup at distances of 500, 1000, 1500 m. At the end of the season, he became the strongest in the overall standings at a distance of 500 m already in the Russian team (2013/14).

An – three-time champion of the Winter Universiade-2005 – 1500, 3000 m and relay.

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Sochi Olympic champion Charles Hamelin: happy that Victor Ahn is back in short track

Charles Hamelin was born on April 14, 1984 in Levy, Quebec. Two-time Olympic champion in 2010 – at a distance of 500 m and relay. Eight-time world champion. Before the Games in Sochi, he did not win a single high-profile title at a distance of 1500 m.

At the youth level, Amlen was a three-time silver medalist at the World Championships (2002, 2003), winning medals in the 5000, 500 and 1500m relays, as well as a relay bronze at the 2003 World Championships.

The Canadian made his World Cup debut in the 2005/06 season. Multiple stage winner, World Cup winner in the overall standings at distances of 1000 and 1500 m in the 2013/14 season, two-time World Cup winner at a distance of 500 m (2009/10 and 2012/13).

First competed at the 2006 Olympic Games in Turin, where he won bronze in the 5000m relay. Four years later, he became Vancouver’s two-time Olympic champion in the relay and 500m.

Amlen is an eight-time world champion. He won five gold medals in the relay, one at a distance of 3000 m and two at a distance of 500 m. The author of the world record at a distance of 1000 m, which, however, was later broken.

His family is also involved in short track skating: his brother François is a member of the national team, finishing ninth in the 1500m in Sochi. The brothers’ father, Amlen Yves, is director of the national team.

Online broadcast of the Olympics, see here

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Short track Sochi-2014An, Victor

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10/17/2022 a competition was announced for filling the vacant positions of scientists at the GPI RAS

October 17, 2022


Congratulations to the winners of the competition for filling the vacant positions of scientists at the GPI RAS on November 17, 2022!

October 17, 2022

Department of submillimeter spectroscopy. Vacant position: senior researcher

Winner: Gavdush Arseniy Alekseevich

Biophotonics Center. Vacant position: researcher

Winner: Dmitry Serov


October 18 – 20, 2022 Fifth School-Conference for Young Scientists “Prokhorov Weeks”

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October 18 – 20, 2022 Federal Research Center “Institute of General Physics. A.M. Prokhorov Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences” holds the Fifth School-Conference for Young Scientists “Prokhorov Weeks” – a forum of young scientists, graduate students and students of the GPI RAS

Conference School Program

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Update of the section “Scientific electronic resources”

October 13, 2022

In accordance with the information about the National Centralized Subscription for Full-Text Access to Scientific Electronic Resources and the analysis of open access resources (Open Access), the information in the section “Scientific Electronic Resources” has been updated. From bibliographic databases, it is possible to work with Scopus and the Scientific Electronic Library (eLibrary). From Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics) applications, it is possible to access the author’s page (Publons) using the author’s login and password, and through it – to the Master Journal List and EndNote. It is also possible to edit the author’s page in Publons and add publications.

Section “Scientific Electronic Resources” on the website of the GPI RAS.

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10/14/2022 the registration of participants of the School-Conference for Young Scientists of the GPI RAS 2022 ends

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12.10.2022 (13:00) Scientific seminar of GPI RAS named after corresponding member RAS P.P. Pashinin

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Housing certificates – for young scientists of the GPI RAS. Acceptance of documents until 26.10.2022

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The Housing Commission of the GPI RAS announces the acceptance of documents for the issuance of social payments to young scientists of the GPI RAS in 2023 – state housing certificates for the purchase of residential premises.

The deadline for receiving documents is October 26, 2022

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Speech by the First Deputy Director of the GPI RAS D.G. Kochieva at a meeting of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences on April 26, 2022

April 29, 2022

Speech by the First Deputy Director of the Federal Research Center “A.M. Prokhorov Institute of General Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences” D.G. Kochiev with the report “Interaction of the GIP RAS and the IAP RAS with organizations of the real sector of the economy in the development of samples of new medical equipment” at a meeting of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences on April 26, 2022 Information from the portal “Scientific Russia” https://scientificrussia. ru/

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Measurement of local moduli of elasticity of structural materials using laser sources of ultrasound

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Congratulations to the staff of the GPI RAS – Winners of the 2022 competition for the right to receive grants from the President of the Russian Federation for state support of young scientists – candidates of science

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Congratulations to the staff of the GPI RAS – Winners of the 2022-2024 competition for the right to receive a scholarship from the President of the Russian Federation for young scientists and graduate students

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22 projects of IOF RAS scientific groups supported by the Russian Science Foundation

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Kirill Krasikov, PhD student at the IOF RAS, became the winner of the 2021 All-Russian Research Competition

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12/01/2021 (14:00) Special seminar dedicated to the presentation of the International Prize. E.K. Zavoisky (Zavoisky Award) 2021

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Nobel Prize in Physics 2022

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Nobel Prize in Physics 2022 winners Alain Aspect, John F. Clauser and Anton Zeilinger for experiments with entangled photons, investigation of violations of Bell’s inequalities, and work on quantum informatics.

Press release: The Nobel Prize in Physics 2022.

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Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2022

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The 2022 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded to Stanford University professor Caroline Bertozzi, Copenhagen University professor Morten Meldal and chemist Barry Sharpless of the Scripps Institution in the USA for their contributions to the development of click chemistry and bioorthogonal chemistry.