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Biotechnologists from Moscow developed a new coating, made of chitosan, which can cover cheese during maturation and save it from rotting. New development is safe and edible, and soon will be ready for use in food industry.


Russian scientists from the Institute for Energy Problems of Chemical Physics (Russian academy of sciences) currently work on a new type of healing substances, based upon copper nanoparticles. The innovation has already got a patent in Russian Federation.


Russian physicists developed and tested a technique for making polymethylmethacrylate (known under trade name Plexiglas) surfaces smoother in nanometer and subnanometer range. The technique involves exposure to vacuum ultraviolet radiation with wavelength of about 124 nanometers.


Russian scientists from the Institute of Applied Mechanics have made a significant contribution to the field of reusable nano-containers.


Russian physicists from several scientific institutions successfully synthesized regular one-dimensional nanostructures, which period didnt exceed 90 nanometres. For this purpose, researchers treated solid surfaces with multipulse femtosecond laser radiation in air or water environment.


State Darwin Museum, located in Moscow, prepared a new interactive exhibition, which invites everyone to follow all steps of evolution.


Russian scientists from the city of Tomsk currently work on an original nootropic tranquilizer, made from Atragene speciosa Weinm, a rare perennial vine. Main difference of this plant-based preparation from similar synthetic drugs is total lack of side effects.


Russian researchers suggest using genetically modified coliform bacteria Escherichia coli with integrated gene from luminescent marine bacteria for as a simple test system for preliminary assessment of nanomaterials toxicity.


Russian authorities decided to fund production of several anti-cancer nano-agents with precise delivery of active component to a malignant growth. The results of this programme would be effective and affordable anticancer treatment with precise delivery in the form of liposomes, immunoliposomes and monoclonal antibodies.


Biologically active peptides or peptide bio-regulators are known to reduce development frequency of some tumors and to increase average life expectancy. Russian scientists from carcinogenesis and onco-gerontology of the Research Institute of Oncology have studied effects of peptide bio-regulating molecules for 35 years and finally decided to share their results with the public.


Extensive burns are a very difficult thing to cure the larger is damaged area, the harder it is to cover the wound. However, Russian medics recently saved two people, 98% of whose skin was burnt.


Medics are seriously worried antibiotics become useless, when treating many deathful infections. The only solution, according to medics, is in viruses.


Painters from the Hermitage, world-famous museum of St. Petersburg, developed a new technology for restoration of art works, which were made of metal. The technology is based upon a recently developed compact laser, which became a reliable instrument in restorers hands.


Russian physicists developed a physical and mathematical model of a malignant tumor, which can help telling whether anti-tumor therapy would be effective or not and predicting behavior of cancer cells.


Cooperation of several research institutes of Russian Academy of Sciences resulted in creation of a new high-precision sensor for detecting substances, hazardous and toxic for DNA.


Russian medical experts suggest a technique for compensation nitrogen losses in muscles, which were not active for some time due to various reasons. Medics claim that taking a mixture of several amino acids leucine, isoleucine, methionine and arginine can prevent patients muscles from degradation.


Russian scientists now have an explanation for an interesting natural mystery why ordinary grass plants become giant, when they grow at the Russian Far East.


Russian scientists from Stavropol State University have developed a new technology for extracting substances from chicken embryos for curing burns, slowly healing wounds, trophic ulcers and other diseases.


Russian scientists from the physics faculty of Moscow State University and Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelemental Compounds applied a combination of two techniques and suggested an elegant solution to the burning problem of modern science.


Russian scientists have recently developed brand new system for biotechnological production of pharmaceutical proteins. The protein, which name is lactoferrin, has a well-known mighty antioxidant effect and protects organisms of human babies, which immune system is not yet fully formed, from various diseases.


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