NUST MISIS’s Young Scientists First in the World Create MAX Phase with Magnetic Properties

For the first time in the world, a group of young scientists from NUST MISIS have managed to synthesize a unique MAX phase with the inclusion of elements atypical for this class of substances — vanadium and iron. The innovative composition will provide the MAX phase with additional magnetic properties. The resulting hybrid material will be used in cutting-edge spintronics and micro-electronics.

NeuroChat Bears the Bell at CES Asia

The NeuroChat, a NUST MISIS and Neurotrend joint development designed for patients with speech and movement disorders, has taken first place in the “Health” section at CES Asia, the world`s largest exhibition for consumer electronics and technologies.

A Key to the Cage: How to Open the Living Membrane Gate

The lipid membrane of a cell is the basis of every living organism. This membrane is an amazingly intuitive “fence” through which the cell communicates with the body, eats, protects against foreign invaders, and controls the flow of substances into and out of the cell. The complexity of it all is mind-boggling. Pores — optional holes in membrane — are the main tools of this biochemical “communication”. Pores act as a kind of gateway where scientists can actively study and describe cells and their functions.

PhD Degree Studies at NUST MISIS Led by World Leading Scientists

NUST MISIS is launching a new project to enroll students in postgraduate degree programs led by the University`s leading scientists. These programs will offer the unique opportunity to work as part of international research groups in world-class laboratories, as well as to do internships in leading American and European universities. Some of the laboratories even provide scholarships that are worth up to 30,000 Rubles a month.

Russia`s Only JEOL Microscope JSM-IT500LA to Operate at NUST MISIS

The TOKYO BOEKI company, who NUST MISIS has been cooperating with for over 10 years, has upgraded the instruments at the NUST MISIS International School for Microscopy. In place of the University’s outdated scanning electron JSM-6610LV microscope, TOKYO BOEKI has purchased a next generation JSM-IT500LA microscope worth more than $300,000 for NUST MISIS. Both NUST MISIS and TOKYO BOEKI have signed an agreement on strategic cooperation between Russia and Japan.

NUST MISIS Takes Part in NAFSA Conference & Exhibition

From May 27th to June 1st, 2018, the NAFSA Conference & Exhibition, an annual conference on international education, was held in Philadephia (USA). For the fourth time, NUST MISIS representatives took part in the conference as part of the joint stand of the Competitiveness Enhancement Program of Leading Russian Universities among Global Research and Education Centers. The University’s representatives also held business meetings with current and potential partners.