NUST MISIS Scientists Develop Self-Aligning Polymer Implants with Shape Memory

A science team from the Center of Composite Materials at NUST MISIS, led by research assistant Fedor Senatov, have developed a new type of polymeric bone implants with shape memory that can be used without fittings and blocking devices during surgery. One of the new implant`s characteristics is increased implant survival rate in body tissues, as well as the ability to organically degrade, and thus subsequently be replaced by natural bone tissues.

NUST MISIS Stands Out for International Students

NUST MISIS has entered the TOP-22 Russian universities focused on the teaching of international students. The index was organized by Rossotrudnichestvo through the support of the Social Navigator Project (RIA Novosti — Russian International News Agency) and Sputnik International.

NUST MISIS at International Educational Conference EAIE in Liverpool

For the first time NUST MISIS participated in the annual conference of the European Association for International Education, which was held from September 13th-16th, 2016 in Liverpool, England. The conference attracted more than 5000 participants from hundreds of universities worldwide. During the business forum NUST MISIS`s representatives talked about the university’s success attracting international students to English-language master`s programs.

NUST MISIS Presents Number of New Materials and Alloys for Air Space at “Army-2016”

During the forum “ARMY-2016” NUST MISIS presented nanocomposites for the creation of effective electromagnetic screens, quasicrystals for anticorrosion and thermal protection coatings, heat-resisting and superplastic alloys on an aluminum basis, lightweight intermetallic special alloys for avia turbines` components, and many more innovative materials and equipment for the airspace industry and defense complex.

Wikipedia Founder Jimmy Wales to Lecture at #EdCrunch

On September 14th, 2016, Wikipedia Founder Jimmy Wales will deliver a lecture at #EdCrunch. Wales, one of the main global players in the internet market, will participate in the press-conference and will deliver a lecture on “The role of technologies in education and the transformation of education under the influence of technologies”.

NUST MISIS Scientists Develop New Method to Detect Structural Problems in Aircraft Parts

A group of NUST MISIS scientists led by Professor Alexsander Karabutov have developed a unique domestic laser-ultrasonic device which is capable of detecting defects inside aircraft materials with an accuracy of a hundredth of a millimeter. The application of the development in the production and operation of aerotechnics will take the field’s qualitative characteristics and reliability to a never before seen level.

Gamification, Virtual Labs, and Portable Gadgets: Technologies of Blended Learning to be Presented at #EdCrunch

From September 12-14th, 2016, during the 3rd international conference on new educational technologies, the leading Russian and international experts in the field of school education will present innovative methods of teaching, discuss the use of gamification, art mathematics, and digital pedagogy in the classroom, and share successful cases of the application of new educational technologies.

NUST MISIS Rises 529 Positions in the Webometrics

NUST MISIS has significantly strengthened its positions in the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities, rising 529 positions. Only four Russian universities participating in Project 5-100 (South Ural State University, Far Eastern Federal University, National Research University Higher School of Economics, NUST MISIS) have demonstrated high dynamics. In the overall ranking NUST MISIS ranks 1443rd among 20,000 educational institutions.

NUST MISIS Students Create the World`s First Compact Anechoic Chamber for the Metamaterials Study

A group of NUST MISIS students leading by Dr. Alexey Basharin, an Associate Researcher from the NUST MISIS Laboratory of Superconducting metamaterials, has created the first compact anechoic chamber for the study of metamaterials. This chamber is currently unique. It can not only carry out measurements with high precision, but also is significantly cheaper than the industrial counterparts.

NUST MISIS Researchers Discover New Type of Waves

A team of researchers from NUST MISIS Laboratory of Superconducting metamaterials led by Professor Georgios Tsironis, used quantum approaches to gain a theoretical insight into the characteristics of a quantum superconducting metamaterial.

A Super Magnet from Waste: NUST MISIS Develops Unique Zero-Waste Technology

A research team from NUST MISIS Department of Non-Ferrous Metals and the Engineering Center of Industry Technologies has developed a technology for extracting rare earth metals from phosphogypsum, which is expected to enable Russian producers, including magnet makers, to replace Chinese imports of rare metals.