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RUDN Supercomputer took 13th place in the 31st edition of the Scientific and Research Computing Center of Moscow State University Lomonosov

RUDN Supercomputer took 13th place in the 31st edition of the Scientific and Research Computing Center of Moscow State University Lomonosov

RUDN Supercomputer took 13th place in the 31st edition of the Scientific and Research Computing Center of Moscow State University Lomonosov and the Interdepartmental Supercomputer Center Russian Science Academy published 31 editions of the list of Top-50 most powerful computers in the CIS.
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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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Michele Pagano is a graduate of the University of Pisa, a leading scientist, the author of more than 200 publications in international journals, and a participant in many international research projects
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15 Jul
RUDN University Chemist: Algae Can Both Purify Lead-contaminated Water and Create Biofuel

Lead is one of the most common heavy metals that pollute the environment. The level of lead pollution is constantly growing because of its use in the production of batteries, paints, and fuel. Basically, lead enters the environment through the wastewater of production facilities. From there, it affects the entire ecosystem. One of the ways to purify water from lead is bioremediation. Toxic metal is absorbed by microorganisms that become resistant to it, for example, through increased accumulation of lipids. RUDN University chemist together with colleagues investigated the possibility of using microalgae Chlorella Sorokiniana for bioremediation. Chemists have also shown that the protective mechanisms of algae not only reduce the level of pollution, but also increase the potential of using microorganisms as biofuels.

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RUDN University Scientist Shows A New Mechanism For The Formation Of Antitumorigenic Effects In The Tumor Microenvironment

RUDN University scientist together with colleagues from Germany for the first time showed the unique possibilities of studying the CD38 protein in mast cells using multiplex immunohistochemistry technologies. The obtained results open up new horizons in the study of the antitumorigenic effects of the tumor microenvironment and the development of promising methods of cancer immunotherapy.

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The Chemist RUDN Proposed Effective Catalysts For Water Purification From Caffeine

The chemist RUDN proposed a way to destroy caffeine with the help of ultraviolet radiation and available composites. The discovery will help to safely clean the water from accidental contamination.

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