NUST MISIS Scientists Develop a Technology to Clean Fuel for Green Energy

Young scientists from NUST MISIS and their colleagues from Lomonosov Moscow State University have proposed a system based on metal-polymer membranes to separate hydrogen from gas mixtures. The hydrogen concentration after the application of this innovative technology can be increased to a level that would significantly extend the life of fuel cells in environmentally friendly engines.

NUST MISIS and Alanya Alaaddin Keykubat University Sign a Cooperation Agreement

On October 12, 2018, NUST MISIS and Alanya Alaaddin Keykubat University (Alanya, Turkey) signed an agreement on scientific and educational cooperation. This will give an opportunity to students and professors of both universities to participate in international exchange programs, joint projects, scientific seminars and conferences in the fields of metallurgy, materials science, business and tourism.

NUST MISIS Branch Opened in Uzbekistan

On October 18th, 2018, the grand opening of the newest NUST MISIS branch—the University`s 6th branch and 2nd one abroad—took place in Uzbekistan. Mikhail Kotyukov, Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, Abdullo Khursanov, Chairman of the Board of Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical JSC, and Alevtina Chernikova, Rector of NUST MISIS, took part in the opening ceremony. The main activities of the branch will be training highly-qualified engineering and technical personnel to solve important scientific & technological tasks for the Republic`s industry.

NUST MISIS Improves Its Positions in QS BRICS Ranking

According to the QS BRICS-2019 Ranking, NUST MISIS has improved by 7 spots, now sitting at 54th among 403 universities participating in the ranking. NUST MISIS has also entered the top 14% of the best universities from the BRICS countries. Over the five years of participating in this ranking, NUST MISIS has shown incredible growth, rising 44 spots since 2014.

Special Deformation of Nanotubes to Allow them to Change Conductivity

Scientists from the NUST MISIS Laboratory of Inorganic Nanomaterials together with their international colleagues have proved it possible to change the structural and conductive properties of nanotubes by stretching them. This can potentially expand nanotubes’ application into electronics and high-precision sensors such as microprocessors and high-precision detectors. The research article has been published in Ultramicroscopy.

NUST MISIS and Naumen Open Competency Center in the field of Data Science

NUST MISIS and the Naumen group of companies are announcing the launch of the Big Data Research Center — a department for the creation and development of technologies for big data analysis. The aim of the Center`s creation is to conduct advanced research in the field of Data Science. Experts from one of Russia`s leading technological universities and major IT companies will combine their efforts to develop competitive products focused on the international market.

Emergency Energy Assistance: NUST MISIS Engineers Present Mobile Solar Power System

The Hevel Group and the NUST MISIS Kinetics Center of Prototyping of High Complexity together with the R&D Company “Victory” (“Pobeda”) has presented a self-contained mobile power generator that runs on solar energy. The power generator can provide 50 hours of continuous and autonomous electricity in remote geographical locations, including mountainous areas and accident sites.

Craig O`Callaghan Visits NUST MISIS

Craig O`Callaghan, Head of Content at QS, visited #EdCrunch, Europe`s largest international conference on new educational technologies, organized by NUST MISIS and the National Technology Initiative University (University of NTI) “20.35”.

Methanol Antidote: NUST MISIS Scientists Develop a Technology to Neutralize Leakages in Chemical Industries

An international research team from NUST MISIS, Queensland University of Technology (Australia), and the National Institute for Materials Science (Tsukuba, Japan) has discovered an innovative catalyst made from nanoparticles of boron nitride and silver that can decompose toxic methanol into simple substances — carbon dioxide and water. The research results have been published in Catalysis Science&Technology.

For the First Time Ever, Scientists Successfully Implant a Polymeric Prosthesis Imitating Bone Structure

For the first time ever, a research team from the small innovative enterprise Biomimetix, implementing several NUST MISIS developments, has successfully implanted a biomimetic hybrid prosthesis imitating bone structure made from ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene and titanium alloy into a patient’s femoral bone. The successful surgery was carried out at the request of the “MedVet” veterinarian clinic.

NUST MISIS Hosts Conference on Additive Technologies in Aerospace

The Russian market of additive technologies may exceed 6 billion rubles in 2018, experts said at the meeting of the Coordination Council of the State Corporation Roscosmos, held by NUST MISIS and the Institute of Light Materials and Technologies. The expanding use of additive technologies in the aerospace industry was the main topic of the conference. According to experts, the domestic market for additive technologies is growing by an average of 20% every year. Thus, in 2017, the market amounted to about 5.3 billion Rubles, and by the end of 2018 it is expected to exceed 6 billion Rubles.

Science MISIS Festival: How to Hold the Best Popular Science Event

On October 4th and 5th, 2018, NUST MISIS will be hosting the Science MISIS festival to go over the methods, secrets and topical issues of how to organize pop science events. Participants will have an opportunity to attend lectures and master-classes delivered by top science communicators, who will tell guests how to brightly and excitingly promote science to a wider audience. The opening ceremonies of the Days of Science Cinema 2018-2019 and Russia`s first Science Slam University will also take place as part of the festival.

#EdCrunch2018: Data That Transform

NUST MISIS and the National Technology Initiative University (University of NTI) “20.35” are the co-organizers of #EdCrunch-2018, Europe`s largest international conference on new educational technologies, which will be held at the Moscow World Trade Center on October 1st and 2nd, 2018. #EdCrunch-2018 will attract over 5,000 participants and more than 20,000 online participants, and will host 15 subject areas, over 300 Russian and international speakers, and 50 Edtech companies. The Conference’s organization has been a part of the implementation of the “Modern Digital Educational Environment in the Russian Federation” priority project.

OXYGEN VS. NANOCHIP: Scientists Show the Vulnerability of a Promising Two-Dimensional Semiconductor to Air, and Discover New Catalyst

For the first time ever, an international team of scientists from NUST MISIS, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the University of Namur (Belgium), and Korea Research Institute for Standards & Science has managed to trace in details the structural changes of two-dimensional molybdenum disulfide under long-term environmental impact. The new data narrows the scope of its potential application in microelectronics and at the same time opens up new prospects for the use of two-dimensional materials as catalysts. The research results have been published in the international scientific journal Nature Chemistry.