An international team of scientists led by NUST MISIS and TU Dresden Professor Gotthard Seifert, one of the leading specialists in the field of two-dimensional materials, has solved a problem that has for almost half a century prevented the use of two-dimensional materials in microelectronics. The paper was published in ASC Nano journal.
The European Union and Russia have announced three new joint projects devoted to the fight against human immunodeficiency viruses, hepatitis, and triggers of tuberculosis as part of Horizon 2020, the largest EU research program. The program representatives spoke about their plans for
On November 17th, 2017, NUST MISIS held a meeting with Olga Vasilyeva, the Minister of Education & Science of the Russian Federation, and the student community. The Minister answered student questions in an “open mic” format.
The German Materials Society (DGM) has distinguished Professor Yuri Estrin, head of the NUST MISIS Laboratory of Hybrid Nanostructured Materials, as an honorary member. An achievement of this status is one of the highest forms of recognition of Estrin`s services to the materials science community.
World leading experts in the field of computer modeling, together with NUST MISIS’s young scientists, recently convened to discuss the problems stemming from the calculations of complex structures and ways to solve these problems as part of the 3rd International Conference on Electronic Structure Theory for the Accelerated Development of Materials: A New Tool in Materials Science.
MegaScience projects are the scientific community’s attempt to respond to global challenges facing humanity. Only with the help of projects of a MegaScience level is it possible to overcome the resource crisis which otherwise will inevitably lead to global catastrophe. Mikhail Kovalchuk, President of the NRC “Kurchatov Institute” and a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, announced this thesis at the opening ceremony of the IV international conference “Crystal physics and the deformation behavior of promising materials”.
NUST MISIS scientists have developed a model-free technology to manufacture aircraft parts from titanium alloys for the Russian aircraft industry. The new technology, planned to be used in the manufacturing of parts for the MC-21, is noticeably cheaper, more environmentally safe, and allows for more precise components than current techniques.
Researchers from the NUST MISIS and Tezpur University (India) have synthesized a substance based on snake venom alpha-neurotoxinsandsemiconductor fluorescent nanoparticles. The new substance can effectively mark the boundaries of cancer tumors.