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6th International Skolkovo Robotics Forum in Moscow
Leading world and Russian experts in the field of robotics will discuss the current issues of creating and developing robotic systems at the 6th International Skolkovo Robotics Forum, which will be held in Moscow on April 24.
Luminous Molecules Help to Detect Toxicity of Nanomaterials
Bioluminescent molecules have been isolated from marine bacteria Vibrio fischeri.
NTechLab Launches New Product
The Russian company NTechLab announced the launch of a new product - FindFace Enterprise Server SDK. The companies will be able to use FindFace facial recognition system within their own corporate IT infrastructures.
Data Processing And Storage Centre Will Be Launched In 2017
The first order of Russias largest data processing and storage centre will be launched in Tver Oblast in spring of 2017.
The Russian Vocord Company Surpassed Its Competitors In Face Recognition Technology
Russian programmers have repeated the success of their colleagues at the global competition for face recognition.
Rostekh Presented a Report In Augmented Reality
Rostekh has presented an annual report on the activities of the state-owned corporation in the form of an art object with augmented reality.
Anti-Shaheed RadioEye Developed by Russian Scientists
The break-through anti-bomber device is a remote radio detector with a 10 meter range of action. It can identify hazardous objects concealed from standard metal detectors.
yberheart Created by Russian Scientists with Supercomputer Lobachevsky
We have made a computer model of the human heart, which is primarily required for tests and experiments. Such experiments are impermissible on a living person, and on the computer we can test and try anything and check how it all works.
National University of Science and Technology "MISIS" (MISIS) Presented a Transparent Nano-Car
At the 9-th International Exhibition Interauto, National University of Science and Technology presented a number of developments in the area of nanotechnology for modern and future-oriented automotive industry.
Russian Spartan 300 Uses Paul Ekman's Findings To Detect Deviant Behaviour
Russian scientists and psychologists have created a system Spartan 300 to detect deviant behaviour in the crowd. The system uses the findings of Prof. Paul Ekman research into psychology of facial expressions, body movements, and speech patterns.
Capturing Moscow
Russian officials have discovered Swedish mobile operator Tele2 signal in the Moscow region. The company has no permission to work on this territory. The Federal Service for Supervision in the Sphere of Telecom, Information Technologies and Mass Communications (Roskomnadzor) has already warned Tele2 of a licenses revocation possibility.
Electronic Era is Coming
From this moment any company may share with other companies their electronic documents instead of paper documents using. Web Service Diado appeared in Russia, it is used for transmitting documents via Internet.
A Step Towards Imaginary Pattern Recognition
Russian physicists and physiologists have developed a technique for recognition of things people imagine, by means of electroencephalography. NeuroG technology was created by researchers from faculty of physics of Moscow State University and the Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology of Russian academy of sciences.
Advances in Lensless Optics
A technology, known as reflective microscopy, is especially useful for working in soft X-ray radiation range, in which laboratory X-ray lasers and free-electron lasers already work. Researchers from the laboratory of X-ray optics of the Lebedev Institute of Physics currently search for solutions for a parabolic equation with initial conditions, preset on surfaces of various forms and orientations.
Optimization for Superconductors Suggested
Superconductors are known to have zero electric resistance under conditions of extremely low temperatures. Electron flow, responsible for formation of electric current, moves in these conducting materials without colliding with atoms of their crystal lattices, thus without any heating losses. Nowadays superconductors are used for building high-capacity magnets for expensive research equipment and for high-precision diagnostic medical devices.
Frost-Proof Ceramics Developed
Good news, everyone who lives in the regions with cold climate Russian researchers have developed special additives, which help improve quality of local materials and make them suitable for making frost-proof bricks.
Exploring Aging Mechanisms
Many repair works in our organisms are performed by hard workers, known as stromal progenitor cells, which participate in forming new tissues and extracellular matrix. When we get old, we lose the majority of these cells, which causes bone thinning in elder people, for instance. Russian medics and microbiologists have found out that age-related changes in the population of stromal progenitor cells was not caused only by decreasing numbers of these cells, but also by inhibiting their activity by an organism himself.
Russian Glonass. A Rival to GPS?
Three satellites with Russian navigation Glonass failed to reach the orbit. What is Glonass and why do we need it? Some facts about this new system can be found below.
One Step Closer to Quantum Computers
Among other important tasks of quantum photonics there is a problem of building an interface between atoms and light photons. Joint think-tank of physicists from Russia and United States studies how single photons interact with quantum objects and has already built a prototype device for transferring information from an atom to a photon. The device is an integrated chip in an artificial atom with a fibre port. The simplest application of future device is a memory cell, as for more complicated things, this device can become a single-photon transistor, working on the level of individual quanta, for building complex logic systems.
Biochips Help Criminal Investigators
Russian researchers from Engelhardt Institute of Molecular Biology and Moscow Physics and Technology Institute have developed a biochip, able to establish ones identity as accurate as 99.6% using only traces of his DNA. This biochip can be very useful for criminal investigations, for instance, in forensic medical examination in order to narrow a circle of suspects or to identify a dead body.
Electron Beam Helps Building a Fuel Cell
Russian physicists from Tomsk (the Institute of High-Current Electronics, Siberian branch of Russian academy of sciences) suggest using some particular features of high-current electron beam for building fuel cells for hydrogen economy.
Mars-500 Chronicles: One Month of Total Isolation
It has been 30 days already, since participants of the Mars-500 project were locked in special flight-imitating facilities. There are only 490 days of Martian mission simulation left.
Observing Nanoparticles in an Organism Now Easier
Today various nano-substances, created for medical purposes, attract attention of many medics, biologists and physicists. Studies of magnetically controlled precise drug delivery by means of magnetic nanoparticles are of specific interest to scientific and medical community.
Long Live OLEDs
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.
Advances in Nanotechnologies: Reusable Nano-Containers
Russian scientists from the Institute of Applied Mechanics have made a significant contribution to the field of reusable nano-containers.
Another Breakthrough in Nanotechnologies
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.
Laser Welding for Restoring Masterpieces
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.
Motor Fuel Can Be Made of Solid Wastes
Russian scientists developed a technology, which provides plasma processing of solid wastes into motor fuel components without emitting any toxic or hazardous substances.
Nanotechnologies Against Cancer
Scientists from the Institute pf Gene Biology (Russian Academy of Sciences) currently work on nanotransporters, which will deliver anti-cancer treatment to tumors.
Most Important Inventions of the XX century Russian Version
All-Russia Public Opinion Research Centre (VCIOM) published data on what inventions, made in the 20th century, Russian people considered to be most important, and what discoveries our fellow nationals were waiting for in the 21st century.
Microcapsules to Carry DNA-Vaccines
Russian scientists developed a general technique for producing micro-containers, which will be perfect for creating DNA-vaccines, able to provide stable and powerful immunity for those, who take them.
The Universe Expands Faster Every Minute
International scientific think-tank under supervision of Alexei Vikhlinin (Institute of Space Research, Russia) performed experiments, which confirmed that the Universe expands with acceleration, and showed how it developed in time. Currently astronomers are developing new orbital X-ray observatory with one of the tasks of performing necessary measurements of dark energy with unprecedented accuracy.
Cell Technologies from Belly Button
Russian Institute of Human Stem cells (Hemabank) celebrated 5th anniversary by developing new cell technology on the basis of cord blood. Hemabank is the combination of storage for cell materials and laboratories, where scientists create technologies for isolating stem cells form cord blood, collected at childs delivery.
Another Composite Material Better than Polyethylene
Russian chemical physicists developed a new composite material, which looks like polyethylene, but has improved properties. New composite is much more rigid and better resists high temperatures.
Improved Scanning Microscopes for Nanotechnologies
Scanning probe microscopy approved itself the most effective technology for studying objects of nano-size and properties of surfaces with super-resolution. Today the field of nanotechnology generates tasks, which become more and more complicated, and that is why new requirements to involved hardware appear.
Sapphire Capillaries Help People
Russian scientists developed a unique technology for growing profiled sapphire crystals. Such crystals have great values for medicine and oncology, in particular, since sapphire capillaries and light guides will make laser therapy and diagnostics less traumatic and painful than in case of quartz and polymer light guides.
Top 10 Russian Innovations
Here are ten best ideas of Russian scientists and engineers according to National Association of Innovations and Development of Information Technologies (NAIRIT)
Shortlist of Recent Russian Inventions
Federal Service on intellectual property, patents and trademarks (RosPatent) awarded top 100 Russian Inventions. The ceremony was timed to the International day of intellectual property.
Advances in Space Technologies
Recent conference Technological development of space industry allowed leading Russian experts in this field to discuss burning issues of rocket-and-space industry of our country.
Protect Your Computers with Russian Innovations
Russian engineers, dealing with generation and processing of three-dimension images, developed a device, which is aimed at raising computers protection level from any kind of unauthorized access.
Are Nanoparticles Safe?
Nanotechnologies make humans beings contact with nanoparticles. But are they safe for human health? This is what Russian pharmacologists think.
Fungal Extracts to Purify Water
Russian scientists develop effective sorbing agents on the basis of fungal chitin.
Reappearing Oil Solution for Power Engineering
Oil tends to reappear in old oil pools and empty wells. Russian experts suggest an explanation for his interesting phenomenon.
Reconcile with Milk
People, who cannot stand whole milk, now have an effective solution for this common problem. A new pharmaceutical for animals and human beings is developed in Russian science and research centre Drugs and Biotechnology.
Heat Pipes for Giant Slalom
Russian think-tank has developed a technology for preserving snow cover on race and mountain skiing tracks, even when air temperature exceeds ice melting point. Their technical solution, based upon inclined heat pipes of special design, is called refrigeration system.
Nano-fibre not for Clothing Industry
Russian physicists have developed new composite material on the basis of latex and carbon nano-fibre, which is able to absorb microwave radiation and conduct electric current unlike other latex coatings.
Nano-Satellites Future of the Future
Third millennium has started not very long ago and brought us a new stage of development of tiny space vehicles micro- and nano-satellites. Small space crafts are already widely used for Earth remote sensing, ecological monitoring, earthquake predicting and studies of ionosphere.
Nearest Future of Russian Power Engineering
Eminent Russian scientists tend to think that future of Russian power engineering lies in building thousands small heat and power plants with modern gas-turbine units, which allow rapid increase of power production and saving gas.
Safe Parking a Picture to Remember
Moscow think-tank has developed a unique system for accounting, control and access of cars at parking places. New development wont take the duty off a parking attendant, however, it will make his life much more easier.
Students to Grow Nanotubes
Quite recently structures, made of carbon atoms and looking like long hollow tubes with several nanometers in diameter and tens of microns long, were as exotic as pineapples in the Antarctic. Today growing carbon nanotubes is the task for student laboratory workshops.
Fullerenes Enter Our Life
Discussions of International conference Fullerenes and Atomic Clusters (IWFAC'2007) have united world leading scientists in Saint Petersburg, where the meeting was held for the eighth time
Nano Corporation: Investments in Future or Money Laundering?
Nanotechnologies are knocking on our door; they are coming with new medical equipment, engineering systems and precision instruments. No wonder that the Russian authorities are looking forward to a new nano-project to be established. Many foreign developed countries invest billions dollars in this field, since who holds information and innovations controls the future.
3D Images Of Molecules Scientific Dream Comes True
During the international congress Biotechnology: state-of-the-art and future perspectives, which took place in Moscow several weeks ago, Russian innovation has hit the headlines. A PhD student of the Institute of General Genetics had a poster presentation describing a revolutionary development nanoscope, a fluorescent microscope having incredibly high resolution.
Mountain Flights to Become Safer
Russian scientists have patented a system, which helps to avoid collisions of planes and helicopters with mountain slopes.
We Dont Need Bees We Need Honey
Inventor from Moscow has developed a brand new technology: he suggests removing a queen bee from the hive, which allows cropping as mush as 20 kilos of the purest honey every month.
New Livelong Information Carriers from Russia
Production of new generation information carriers has been launched in Saint Petersburg. The know-how holders claim their invention will be able to protect authors from illegal copying of their creations.
Enzymes are Able to Purify Water
The nature desperately fights the press of civilization. However self-regeneration works until the damaging effect becomes extremely high. Self-purification of river and lake water is performed by its inhabitants plants, animals and microorganisms. They cant cope with all contaminating agents.


Neurodata Lab Technologies have Entered the World Top Three
The AI technology for the recognition of human emotions developed by Neurodata Lab has been included in the top 3 of the best such technologies in the world.

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