Instruction on medical examination, fingerprinting and photography in English is attached.
Representatives of nine scientific and educational organizations, including Novosibirsk State University, gathered at The Baikal Neutrino Telescope’s control center. The heads of organizations and scientists conducting research discussed in detail the progress of the unit’s construction, research results, and plans for the further development of the project.
Three teams of Russian and foreign students got prizes.
Three students talked about the technopark, its medical division, and flagship project that will help to treat breast cancer.
It is expected that a group of researchers led by Evgeny Kravchenko will be able to create tools for modeling, processing, and analyzing data obtained at the TAIGA gamma-ray observatory and create some specific scientific equipment.
This microresonator can be used to measure the chemical composition of substances and objects, radars, machine vision on cars, and much more.
Within the framework of cooperation with partners, NSU signed R & D agreements totaling more than 75 million rubles. Also seven joint projects were launched. The tasks for implementation in 2023 relate primarily to the educational component.