The issue contains the article of Zhigalina et al. in which Bimetallic structures–Pt nanoparticles distributed on the surface of a Pd catalyst on Vulcan XC_72 soot–have been investigated. Several series of bimetallic catalysts with various contents of platinum have been obtained by pulsed electrochemical deposition. Their structure is studied using analytical high resolution transmission electron microscopy with a correction of aberrations. The data allows us to present a…Continue
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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.
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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
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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
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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
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Researchers at the science campus (Akademgorodok) in Novosibirsk have designed a thermal imaging sight. A joint development by the Design and Engineering Institute of Applied Microelectronics. Siberian Branch. Russian Academy of Sciences, and the Limited Liability Company “Progresstekh” was presented by Alexander Golitsyn at the startup campus of “Interrra”…Continue
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Leonid Melamed, director general for Composite Holding Company, and German Dyakonov, Chancellor of Kazan National Research Technology University, have signed and agreement on co-operation at the 4th Rusnanotech 2011 International Nanotechnology Forum.
The agreement is meant to provide specialists, post-graduates and students in the area…Continue
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Modern biotechnologies increasingly require devices capable of moving around single biomolecules, cells and other micro-objects. The first appliance of the kind, laser optical forceps, was developed by the group led by Arthur Ashkin, an American physicist, back in 1986; more new technical solutions emerge each year. A research group based at Saratov State Technical…Continue
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“A university without a plant will educate unneeded specialists. Whereas a plant without a university will be unable to develop,” said Igor Yaminsky, director general of Advanced Technology Centre scientific production company in an interview for STRF.ru. And he acted up to his words. Our reporters recently visited…Continue
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Russia has got money and interesting ideas for innovations, it has opened up possibilities for practicing abroad. What else is needed to increase the number of innovation success stories? – this topic was discussed at the workshop that took place recently in the framework of Nano and Giga-Forum in the main building of Moscow State University.
It seems that debates about the most favorable climate for commercialization of Russian…Continue
The state contract “Creation of a monitoring system for nanotechnology and nanomaterial development and research” had as its main objectives increasing the effectiveness of managerial decisions concerning the evolution of nano-industry directions and establishing new nanotechnologies and nanomaterials…Continue
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Nanopainters, nanolandscapes and nanosculptures… all these terms are not an obvious attempt to follow the fashion, they are taken from vocabulary of follows of a new artistic trend – NanoArt. Its creator - Cris Orfescu – has shared with the “Rossiiskie nanotechnologii” his methodology and philosophy. There is no need for brushes or paints, or artistic design, but one can’t do without “his majesty” incident and a powerful microscope.…Continue
Microelectronics is in expectation of miracles. Discovery of the giant magnetoresistance phenomenon, thanks to which the HDD capacity has increased by a factor of a hundred at once, has inspired researchers for new exploits, specifically for search of an appropriate RAM replacement. If this task is solved, habitual equipment will change drastically, for example, a switched-on computer will start working from the “interrupted point” without waiting and loading. The future of microelectronics…Continue
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Outer physical world exists in the form of electromagnetic field and matter. The field quanta and molecules of the matter influence the receptor layers of human sensor systems; and this influence transforms into electric signals which are transmitted to the central nervous system for processing. It is possible…Continue
Researchers at Moscow State University prepare for a breakthrough in nanophotonics
Researchers have come up to producing ultrahigh-speed optical devices where the information medium will not be the electron (as it is now) but a photon. In the future, this will enable to achieve teracycle computing frequency. That, in turn, will open up possibilities for brand new telecommunication and navigation systems,…Continue
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Solar batteries are gaining more popularity in everyday life, and solar energy photovoltaic conversion now looks like one of the most promising renewable power generation areas. Solar batteries, which were developed in the middle of the last century by American scientists…Continue
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Five years ago, a lot of people in the US still had doubts whether it is generally possible to earn money on nanotechnologies, but starting from this year it has become apparent that it is. However, venture investors putting money into a similar business should take into account peculiarities of such innovative projects. Factors impacting venture…Continue
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Gold nanoparticles have been increasingly used in medicine lately to diagnose and treat diseases. However, researchers keep arguing their possible toxicity and ability to cause mutations. Experts at Razumovsky Saratov State Medical University; and the Institute of Biochemistry and Physiology of Plants and Microorganisms, Russian Academy of…Continue
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A group of researchers at Dagestan State University has managed to synthesise cuprite nanoparticles using an electrochemical method. They report their discovery in an article currently in print, issue #7–8 of the Russian Nanotechnologies.
Cuprous oxide – Cu2O, or cuprite — is a rather promising material for…Continue
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