News 45

Scientists sug­gested using ti­ta­ni­um nit­ri­de in­ste­ad of gold in op­to­e­lec­tro­nics

An international team of scientists from Russia, Sweden and the USA suggested replacing gold and silver, which are used in optoelectronic devices, with an inexpensive material of titanium nitride. The results of the study are published in the journal Applied Physics Letters.

Young scholars of Samara University presented the project of a new generation spacecraft of "AIST" family

Samara University
Participants of international United Nations Workshop on cosmic space issues were presented with an initiative project of Samara scholars, i.e. small mass-dimensional spacecraft “AIST-3”.

Scientists of SibFU have found a way to determine the toxicity of nanomaterials

Official website of the Russian Science Foundation reports that a group of scientists from Siberian Federal University and Krasnoyarsk Scientific Center of the SB RAS has developed a bioluminescent enzymatic test system for assessing the toxicity of carbon nanomaterials.

Samara University scholars presented a diffractive lens that can replace a long-focus lens

Samara University
The scholars of Samara University presented the first in the world superlight diffractive lens at the largest technological conference in Europe – WebSummit 2017 – being held in Lisbon these days.

ITMO’s Topological Insulators Research Among 2017’s Top Achievements in Photonics

"Optics and Photonics News" journal has recognised a recent study on three-dimensional topological insulators as one of the year’s most promising advances in photonics. These structures are capable of controlling light without any losses caused by absorption and defects of material, showing great potential for application in communication networks, antennas and optical computers.

In Ecuador, FEFU archaeologists discovered possibly the most ancient ceramics of America

In the ancient settlement of Real Alto, together with colleagues from ESPOL Polytechnic University (Guayaquil), the researchers discovered a cultural layer that represents the first settlement stages of one of the most significant heritage assets of the New World ancient history.

Extract of deep-sea brittle star can turn off deadliest type of cancer

A group of researchers from Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) has discovered an activity against the triple-negative phenotype of breast cancer in the extract of the deep-sea brittle star. The extract turns off the Wnt-signaling pathway in cancer cells, which causes their uncontrolled growth, while the substance does not have cytotoxicity, that is not dangerous.

A Graduate of NSU Physics Department was Awarded the Title "Distinguished Scientist" in Chicago

Only two dozen Fermilab scientists, a leader in high-energy physics, elementary particles and astrophysics, have received this honor.

How to minimize emission of harmful substances into the atmosphere

Samara University
An article of a Russian and American team of scholars appeared in the leading international journal in the field of physical chemistry Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. In the publication the calculations are given that allow predicting the concentration of dangerous carcinogens at fuel burning with high precision.

First results of cooperation with Roche Pharma

Sechenov University
Sechenov University's governance met with the representatives of Roche Pharma and Swiss-Russian Forum on November 16, 2017.

Professors from Sechenov University demonstrated a live-line operation at the International Congress in China

Sechenov University
The International Congress of the Chinese Urological Association, which was held in Heife (People’s Republic of China), brought together more than 4000 participants from all over the world.

UTMN Vice Rector Wins USA International Competition

The USA National Council of University Research Administrators has awarded the UTMN Vice Rector for Research and International Affairs, Andrei Tolstikov, a 2018 Global Fellowship grant.