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Presentation Of Nanotechnology Centre In Belgorod
12.09.2006 15:33
Presentation Of Nanotechnology Centre In Belgorod

Last week Belgorod State University presented the Centre for Nanotechnology and Nanostructural Materials.
      Belgorod Centre for Nanotechnology and Nanostructural Materials is a unique science complex, equipped according latest requirements of world standards. Eight months have passed since the first stone was laid, and now the centre employees use complex electronic devices.
      The Centres science and research potential allows performing research in various scientific fields. Among centres recent developments are composite materials, which will be used for building artificial organs, treating serious wounds and fractures. Guests of the centre saw a unique scanning ion electronic microscope, which allows studying cell interactions in living organisms, alloy and metal structure and many more.
      The scientists have also showed some new materials with extraordinary physical properties, which are yet impossible to be synthesized outside the centre.
      Said discoveries possibly lead to reconsideration of some important postulates of biogeochemistry. They also bring up new questions to scientists, who study evolution of living organisms physiological functions.


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