Scientists at the Novosibirsk State University Laboratory for Structures and Functional Properties of Molecular Systems and the Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, Danil Kolokolov and Alexander Stepanov, together with German Professor Ralf Ludwig, studied hydrogen bonds in various ionic liquids. They found that due to the complex molecular arrangement, these substances exhibit unusual phase behavior. There have not been similar studies conducted on solid-state ionic liquids. The scope of applications for ionic liquids is diverse ranging from the chemical industry to rocket engineering.
A new version of the "NSU Map" was created for the start of the admissions season to facilitate the campus navigation process for applicants.
Scientists from the NSU "Synthetic Biology" Strategic Academic Unit conducted a study on the behavior of DNA polymerases in a collision with "sewn together" DNA proteins.
Students in the Big Data Analytics MA Program won a prize at the NeuroHive Hackathon. Ivan Bondarenko, a teacher at the NSU Humanities Institute, led the team.
Novosibirsk State University again improved its position in QS (Quacquarelli Symonds)’s authoritative ranking of the world’s universities, moving up to 244th. During the year, NSU climbed six positions (from 250 to 244), improving the indicator "employers’ attitude towards graduates". Thus, NSU entered the top 250 best universities in the world and became third among Russian universities.
A group of scientists from the Novosibirsk State University, the Atlas research company and the University of ITMO conducted a study in which 248 volunteers for two weeks adhered to the recommendations of a nutritionist aimed at increasing the amount of useful vegetable fibers in food and reducing "empty" calories.
Anyone could be a student for two days during the "Back to NSU" event at Novosibirsk State University. Graduates, applicants, their parents, or anyone who wanted to attend lectures by NSU professors with the students.
The conference will bring together leading Russian and foreign scientists - specialists in the field of mechanochemistry.
The Center for International Study Programs (CISP) at the NSU Humanities Institute teaches the Russian language to students from all over the world. Since 1989, we have been helping foreigners plunge into the world of the Russian language and understand Russian culture. We train students of all ages, nationalities, and points of view.
Registration is open for participation in "Nonlinear Photonics" scientific summer school for young people that will take place at NSU August 21-24, 2018. University students, post-graduate students, young scientists, and Kandidates of Science 35 and younger are eligible to attend.