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3d prize in the young researchers contest MatDes 2019

3d prize in the young researchers contest MatDes 2019

From March 29 to April 1, the International Conference Workshop on Materials and Design (MatDes 2019) was held at Oxford University (St. Anthony's college, United Kingdom).

Anastasia, an assistant шin Institute of Biochemical Technology and Nanotechnology, participated in the conference with a presentation on the topic “Diagnosis of thyroid diseases in nanomaterials in the development of diagnostic test systems” and took the third place in the competition of young scientists. International Workshop on Materials and Design (MatDes 2019) is an international conference dedicated to the latest developments in technological design and the study of material properties. Scientists from around the world presented their developments and achievements in the field of the structure and functions of materials, and also presented useful and reproducible recipes for the synthesis, preparation, characterization, modeling and operation of new metal alloys, ceramics, polymers, coatings, composites and biomaterial systems.

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15 Nov 2017
RUDN University scientists publish results of their scientific researches in highly-recognized in whole world and indexed in international databases journals (Web of Science, Scopus ect.). That, of course, corresponds to the high status of the University and its international recognition. Publications of June-September 2017 ( In Journals of categories Q1-Q3)
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06 Jul
Students of Institute of Foreign Languages of RUDN won the "My Initiative in Education" contest

The project "RUDN IFL Mobile Application" won in the "MIO-MEDIA" nomination at the 15th All-Russian Herzen Forum "My Initiative in Education.

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19 Apr
Plasma produces oil: RUDN PhD student talks about a new method of oil production

Production of oil and gas by traditional means is becoming outdated. New environmentally friendly technologies are emerging, allowing not only to increase the profitability of the oil and gas complex, but also to preserve nature. Timofey Mazurchuk, a PhD student of the Faculty of Economics and a member of the International Academy of Technological Sciences, told us about the prospects of the oil and gas industry, the technology of plasma-pulse stimulation and student science at the RUDN.

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19 Apr
Microorganisms will save from oil pollution

Alexander Elansky, a fourth-year student at the Agrarian and Technological Institute (RUDN has studied microorganisms (fungi and bacteria) that live in contaminated oil products. Selected active strains of such microorganisms capable of destroying oil and its products can be used both for remediation of areas contaminated with oil products and for accelerated utilization of waste oil-containing technical fluids.

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