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What’s new is the well reprocessed old

02.02.2006

Broken brick, ash and old plastic bottles are a wonderful basis for new materials that are strong, resistant and inexpensive.

The puzzle of the iron nucleus

02.02.2006

Urals scientists from the Institute of Mineralogy and the Institute of Geophysics of the Urals Branch RAS have proposed a new model for the formation of the Earth and the plants of the Earth Group.

Stem cells from fatty tissue – instead of marrow

02.02.2006

Contemporary medicine uses stem cells to regenerate serious damage to bone, cartilage, skin, muscle tissue and nerves.

An ideal oil

26.01.2006

Researchers from the Kuban State Technological University have noticed that there is no oil in nature that combines all the most essential fatty acids in the desired quantity.

Hide your mobile from the children

26.01.2006

The wide distribution of mobile communications is of concern to scientists.

A fire at sea is not just a fairy tale

26.01.2006

You do not get a fire at sea in just fairy tales.

Curdled milk restores nerve cells

26.01.2006

Specialists from the Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry RAS have established that the products of metabolism (probiotics) of lactate bacteria that reside in the human intestine, affect the differentiation of the nerve cells.

Multicoloured mussels

26.01.2006

The Mediterranean Mussel is widespread on the coasts of the Mediterranean and Black seas and it popular in many countries.

An oil map of the sea – a view from space

26.01.2006

Scientists from the Shirshov Institute of Oceanology RAS have used radiolocation measurement data from the Radarsat and Envisat satellites to monitor oil pollution in the Yellow, East-China and Black seas and they have compiled maps of the oil pollution of these seas.

The nose is good, but a sensor is better

26.01.2006

Chemists from the Voronezh State Technology Academy, in cooperation with colleagues from the Smolensk production combine Analytpribor have developed sensitive and durable sensors to determine the concentration of hydrogen sulphide in the air.

Satellite tracking will become more accurate

19.01.2006

Researchers from the Institute of Astronomy RAS and the Sternberg State Astronomical Institute have resolved a task whereby at any given moment in a universal time scale the position and speed of artificial satellites, the Sun, Moon and other celestial bodies (in the geocentric celestial reference system) can be calculated rapidly and accurately.

Contrasting and safe

19.01.2006

Chemists from the Novosibirsk Institute of Organic Chemistry SB RAS and the International Tomography Centre SB RAS have developed new, original groups of nitroxyls and metal complexes that have proved unusually well soluble and very resistant in aqueous solutions.

The entire sky in one camera

19.01.2006

Russian scientists from the Institute of Cosmic Research RAS, together with American colleagues from the National Science and Technology Centre and the Goddard Space Flight Centre, have developed a device, installed on a rotating spacecraft.

Packaging: protection or poison?

19.01.2006

Researchers from the Bely Institute of the Mechanics of Metal-Polymeric Systems NAS of Belarus decided to test the quality of well-known packaging materials, polymer films.

Bacteria cooled the Earth

06.01.2006

O.G. Sorokhtin, a Russian scientist from the Shirshov Institute of Oceanology RAS believes that the climate of our planet is determined to a great extent by bacteria that consume atmospheric nitrogen.

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