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Golberg - the Most Often Cited Russian Scientist
29.07.2014 22:45
Golberg - the Most Often Cited Russian Scientist
(Source: http://nanonews-2011.livejournal.com)

 According to ratings compiled by Thompson Reuters international analytical agency, Dmitry Golberg, the head of "Inorganic Nanomaterials" research laboratory at NUST "MISA" and winner of the mega-grants from the Russian Government, was included in world's hundred most often cited scientists in the "Material Science" field.

      The staff of the laboratory headed by Dmitry Golberg is engaged with the development of a "dream material", a composite, 4-5 times stronger than the strongest steel and lighter than aluminum. At the moment, the team of scientists of the "MISA" University has managed to develop a material based on aluminum as light as the metal, but almost 25 times more durable, allowing  to compare it with steel. This became possible thanks to the unique in Russia and new in the world technology of hardening materials using boron nitride nanotubes. In the short term, scientists are going to exceed the strength of steel by 2-3 times.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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