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.
Researchers have found a new heat treatment method which consists of quenching cast steel elements used in car trucks. This is expected to make the entire structure 1.5 times stronger.
Professor Dmitri Golberg, head of the NUST MISIS Laboratory of Inorganic Nanomaterials and Sergey Morozov, head of the NUST MISIS Laboratory of Functional Low-Dimensional Structures, have entered the list of the Most Highly Cited Researchers 2016, published by Thomson Reuters and based on “Web of Science” data.