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He and most of his students left the university in 1911, abandoning a well-equipped laboratory and the possibility of continuing a productive research program (Lebedev 1990). qxd 16 01/07/04 2:58 PM Page 16 Stalin’s Great Science Timiriazev through newspapers appealed to Moscow merchants to save “their” Lebedev and help create “safe havens for scientific research” in the form of research institutes independent of state universities. He remained fully convinced that his proposal to separate science and university education was following the general trend of more developed countries rather than embarking on an original path of institutional development (Timiriazev  1963, 58, 65).
1968, 129–142, 150–165). A general report on KEPS activities throughout the Civil War years was published in (Lindener 1922). KEPS’s publishing activity rose despite the catastrophic economic situation from 85 printed pages in 1915, through 732 in 1916, 416 in 1917, to 893 in 1918, 2038 in 1919, and 2264 in 1920 (Blok 1921). 4 On other expeditions organized by KEPS during the Civil War—the salt expeditions to Solikamsk and Kara-Bogaz, the bauxite expedition, the West-Siberian expedition, and the exploration of the Kursk magnetic anomaly, see (Bastrakova, Ostrovitianov et al.
He remained fully convinced that his proposal to separate science and university education was following the general trend of more developed countries rather than embarking on an original path of institutional development (Timiriazev  1963, 58, 65). His call found a warm reception among many other scientists and publicists, but the idea developed further in two distinctively different forms. Timiriazev and other Moscow authors argued for the establishment of non-governmental facilities for research and looked towards private philanthropy for support.