NUST MISIS Engineers from Innovative Enterprise Develop Unique Autoinjector Device

Engineers from the small innovative enterprise “Medical Engineering”, which partially operates through NUST MISIS, have devised the prototype of a device which allows patients to make self intramuscular injections that adhere entirely to medical procedure. The device can be managed through a mobile device via Bluetooth, and allows a person to set the injection speed and reduce sensitivity.

NUST MISIS Engineers Start Design of a Unique Decay Vessel Camera for CERN`s New Experiment

A group of NUST MISIS engineers has started the design of the decay vessel’s camera, the most massive part of the SHiP`s (Search for Hidden Particles) new experimental apparatus at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research (Geneva, Switzerland). The aim of the new experiment is to find explanations for phenomena that do not adhere to or cannot be described by the Standard Model of particle physics, namely, the existence of dark matter and the absence of antimatter in the Universe.

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.