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.

NUST MISIS Scientists Develop Unique Implants

NUST MISIS`s young scientists have developed a new method to produce ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene implants intended to replace bone tissue defects in humans and animals.

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.