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The breakthrough equipment creates earthquakes at the payzone level in the oil well.


The developers emphasize that the invented aeroprobe for water purification has no analogues in the world.


The method accelerates patients recovery and prevents the onset of atrial fibrillation after upfront cardiac surgery.


This development is of great importance for practitioners, since it can be used to create an "ideal" electronic nose, which is a stable and simple technical tool for analyzing the composition of gas media.


The technology omits the stage of making the prototype and thus cuts down the implant manufacturing to a single stage only.


According to the developers, the method makes it possible to destroy dense, water-insoluble sediments, which crust on the bottom of tanks with SNF.


This device has already been put into operation at hospitals of the Siberian State Medical University in Tomsk.


The researchers found that laser processing and making surface layers strengthened with nanocarbon materials enhance the hardness of the modified material over five times.


Scientists of the Composite Materials Center at the Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys have developed a material for bone implants with the ability to recover its own cracks.


A new planet outside the Solar System has been discovered with the help of a unique method developed by Russian scientists.


In the future, waves of this type can be adapted for ultra-high-speed information transfer, real-time monitoring of live cells and many other purposes.


The technology can solve three challenges: recycle the waste of aluminum and other hydro-reactive metals, get free hydrogen from waste, and draw attention to the matter of sorting and separate recycling of garbage.


The substance obtained opens door to new opportunities for ultra-high-speed electronic devices, quantum computers, space technologies and other modern equipment.


Engineer Alexander Shaenko and his project team 435nm have designed a photobioreactor, which is indispensable in space travel.


M.Sc. Igor Parunov from the Organic Synthesis Laboratory of theTomsk State University has developed a multifunctional polymer that does not burn and is highly resistant to aggressive environment.


The robot can do more than just reproduce the answers programmed in his system. His question-and-answer system works on a recurrent neural network. Simply put, Waybot has intelligence.


Biodegradable bandages from polycaprolactone nanofibres double the growth of tissue cells, which promotes regeneration of damaged tissues, as well as prevents scarring after severe burns.


The calculations performed indicate a correlation between the total thickness of the jet emitted by the black hole and the losses of the rotational energy of the black hole.


Russian and Canadian scientists have developed a method for targeted destruction of cancer cells with the help of gold nanoparticles and thermal effects.


The new substance can be used for effective rehabilitation after acute injuries of the spinal cord, strokes and heart attacks.


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