This is an official blog of the Russian electronic nanojournal – Nanorf.ru. Nanorf.ru is a unique source of nanotechnology news directly from Russian science.
It is based on the content of the “Nanotechnology in Russia” peer-reviewed scientific journal. See more about it on the page of our western distributor Springer - http://www.springer.com/materials/nanotechnology/journal/12201
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“Russian electronic nanojournal and the “Nanotechnology in Russia” are issued by the “Park-media” publishing house with the support of the Russian Ministry of science and education, http://mon.gov.ru/"; by the program “Nanotechnology industry’s infrastructure development in Russia 2008-2011”, http://fcpnano.ru/.
Editor – Tatiana Pichugina
Content manager – Natalia Bagaeva
The IVth International Nanotechnologies Forum RUSNANOTECH 2011 is over in Moscow. As usual, the RF Ministry of Education and Science uses this site to demonstrate the best developments, which were sponsored under the Federal Special-Purpose Program and which have good commercial prospects.
Nanotechnology Scientific Educational Centre (SEC) was established as a structural department of Dagestan State University.
The SEC was established to co-ordinate and carry out fundamental, applied, and scientific and research studies, as well as to train highly qualified nanotechnology specialists, and to implement the results of the researches into innovative educational programs in place at Dagestan State University.
Core departments and laboratories of the Physics and…Continue
MARKETS, MARKETING AND NANOTECHNOLOGICAL OUTPUT
Marketing is often perceived as a market study – the study, which is certainly intended to ensure the highest possible volumes of goods sales. You either try to position your commodity as an “isolated” one at the existing market or you try to capture a new market niche. However, this marketing perception is not quite accurate. In fact, there is probably no precise definition everybody would agree to – except for the most common and…Continue
General civilisation crisis connected to the fact that humanity entered the post-industrial development stage, and to the emergence of ‘young’ industry giant such as India and China in particular, has shifted to a new phase. Apparently finite and exhaustible nature of the civilisation resources has now become an outlook for the nearest future. We currently face the question whether it is possible for the mankind to overcome the crisis and ultimately to survive.
Scientists have been…Continue