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Russian physicists developed a technique for making organic light-emitting diodes live longer. For this purpose they added to OLEDs long-living nano-crystals of cadmium chalcogenides, inorganic luminescent sites, which help organic chromophores and simplify production technology of OLEDs with required emission spectrum.


Evolution of protein molecules seems to continue 3.5 billion years after it had begun. It runs on a very slow pace, but even extremely ancient proteins of different species, which come from one common ancestor, keep changing.


Russian researchers showed that behavior of laboratory mice changed after transplantation of spleen cells from another mouse.


Russian physicists from the Institute of Physics in cooperation with several other research institutions have built a unique device a photonuclear detector of hidden explosive substances. The device can detect explosives in luggage of air passengers and various closed containers, as well as serve as a portable detect for demining activities.


Russian space physicists from Vavilov State Institute of Optics developed an unusual technology for fighting corrosion of oil and gas pipelines.


Russian biologists use the town of Pushchino, located in the Moscow region, as a field for growing genetically modified plants: wheat, flowers and fruit trees.


Russian physicists have studied structure of impact waves in non-equilibrium environment. Among other applications, these studies can help lower negative effects of impact waves on supersonic flying vehicles. Impact waves usually form around bodies of iron birds, when they travel in the atmosphere.


Giamatrix, an innovative bioplastic material, covers injuries or severe burns and cures them, while dissolving. Russian researcher Ramil Rakhmatullin from Orenburg State University invented a new material, based upon polymerized hyaluronic acid, which allows patients to avoid painful dressings. The scientist dreams of growing parts of human organs to replace damaged ones.


Russian physicists developed a technique for creating new planar metal-organic structures, which can serve as a basis for producing submicron electroluminescent light sources with adjustable emission spectrum.


Russian physicists developed a technique for making thin graphitized layers inside a diamond. These layers, combined with technology of diamond photolithography, open wide perspectives of using diamond-graphite structures in electronics and optical electronics.


Russian scientists made a great contribution to understanding how fine gold particles with time turned into large pieces of the yellow metal. The key factor in concentrating gold is microorganisms, which can concentrate up to several kilograms of this precious metal per year.


Russian physicists from the Institute of Physics (Russian academy of sciences) work on a compact atomic clock of a new generation, and they have already created clocks heart a small quantum discriminator, which would allow new clock to be as accurate as one millionth part of a second per 24 hours.


A Russian scientist compiled first full geological map of the Morning Star, which will help finding answers to many questions about planets and Solar systems evolution and history, as well as about possible future of our own planet.


A Russian engineer has built a very light aircraft with unique properties, which can be used as a basis for building purpose-made aircrafts with specified characteristics.


Russian scientists form Joint Institute of Nuclear Research (JINR) and their American colleagues have reported about first successful synthesis of 117th element of the Mendeleyev periodic table.


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.


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