Alexander Nikitin, a graduate student in the NUST MISIS master`s degree program “Materials and Technologies of Digital Production” has created a prototype for a unique motorcycle headlight, which is able to illuminate roads in darkness with a light beam angle of 120 degrees. The headlight is equipped with electronics that allows the rider to change the shape of the light beam depending on the inclination of the motorcycle, thereby reducing the risk of accidents in the dark.
On March 25, 2017, by decision of the expert committee of the CSAB global citation index Scopus, the scientific-technical journal “Ferrous Metals” (Chernye Metally) is now included in the world`s largest abstract database. In its conclusion, the expert committee noted the excellent quality of the journal’s published materials.
With the help of the Russian government, NUST MISIS and Financial University will open a new interuniversity network graduate program, “Financial-Industrial Groups: Engineering Systems and Technologies; Analytics and Finances”. This is Russia`s first graduate program aimed at training engineers with expertise in economics and finances, as well as training financial experts with engineering and technological knowledge. Graduates will receive diplomas from both universities. HATCH and KPMG will be the program’s industrials partners.
On April 25th, 2017, the ceremonial closing event of the first Spartakiad of students and staff from NUST MISIS`s student resident hall complexes took place in NUST MISIS’s Commune House conference hall. More than 400 people participated in the event. “Metallurgist-3” was crowned the overall champion of the event.
On April 20th, 2017, NUST MISIS hosted the 4th traditional Day of Nationalities, which gathered more than 1,500 participants from 14 Moscow universities. Students from 30 world countries presented their traditional cultures and cuisines. Among the distinguished guests were representatives of the embassies of Vietnam, Mongolia, Afghanistan, countries of Latin America, and the Republic of the Union of Myanmar.
The NUST MISIS Supervisory Council hosted its first meeting in 2017. The Council was presented with the results of the defense of the University`s roadmap, which took place in March 2017.
NUST MISIS scientists have developed a technology of copper, nickel, and molybdenum extraction from ore concentrates, which will allow for a dramatic reduction in the production cost of non-ferrous metals, while at the same time improving the ecology in the area of processing plants.
NUST MISIS Holds Lecture on “Translation Industry in Russia and Market Possibilities for Young Translators”
On April 14th, 2017, during the 72 Days of Science at NUST MISIS, the university held an open lecture “The Translation Industry in Russia and Market Possibilities for Young Translators” delivered by Ekaterina Sadikova, head of the Department on Work with Contractors at ABBYY Language Solutions.
You Don`t Have to Brush Your Teeth Any More: New Generation of Dental Materials Prevent Caries at 99.999%
Scientists from NUST MISIS have created a methodology that can become the basis of a fundamentally new method of antibacterial therapy. It has broad opportunities for use in dentistry, maxillo facial surgery, the treatment of ENT diseases, and other medical fields. The created oxide nanoparticles of iron, zinc, titanium, and other metals in dental materials have a unique property: they work as antibiotics without side effects.
From March 28th to 30th, the International Arctic Forum “Arctic: Territory of Dialogue” was held in Arkhangelsk. The Forum is one of the main 4 economic forums in Russia, as well as the largest platform for joint discussion with international partners of current issues and prospects of development in the Arctic region. The central theme of the 2017 Forum was “People and the Arctic”.
“Iron” Polymer: Russian Ultra-High-Molecular-Weight Polyethylene Implant Has Successfully Replaced Bone Tissue
A group of Russian scientists has successfully tested the implants of chancellor bones based on ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene (UHMWPE): 100% of implanted samples have been successfully grafted.
For the first time ever, the representative of a family of 2D substances — copper oxide — was experimentally obtained. The substance has already demonstrated some unusual properties which can not only expand the field of experiments with graphene, but also can set a new direction in microelectronics. An article on the achievement of the scientists from NUST MISIS, FSBI TISNCM, IBCP RAS, and international colleagues from NIMS (Japan) was published in the prestigious journal NanoScale.
NUST MISIS participates in the largest educational forum of the Asia-Pacific Region.
On March 17th, 2017, NUST MISIS presented the strategy of the University`s development at the meeting of The Council on Competitiveness Enhancement of Leading Russian Universities among Global Research and Education Centers. The strategy’s 2016 results, presented by NUST MISIS, received high praise from the Council`s experts.
NUST MISIS and EuroChem have signed a general agreement of long-term cooperation to institute a training program of highly skilled specialists in the field of mining & technology, as well as the implementation of fundamental and applied research in mining & engineering works.
Physicists have simulated the structure of a new material based on fullerite and single crystal diamond to show how this material can obtain ultrahigh hardness. This discovery allows the estimations the potential conditions for obtaining ultrahard materials. The results were published in the Carbon journal.
For the first time, NUST MISIS has entered the QS World University Rankings by Subject and is now featured in 4 of 46 subjects featured in this year`s edition: Engineering-Mineral & Mining, Materials Science, Physics & Astronomy, and Engineering-Mechanical, Aeronautical & Manufacturing. Among these four subjects, NUST MSIS ranked best in Engineering-Mineral & Mining, taking 31st among all universities in the ranking. Among all of the university-participants of Project