In her ethnographic study, Na An studies the influence of modern civilization on small cultural societies and tries to understand how to maintain a balance between the continuity of traditions and technological progress.
Scientists at NSU and the A.A. Trofimuk Institute of Petroleum Geology SB RAS (TIPG) received a large grant from the Russian Science Foundation and the Novosibirsk Regional government. For the next three years, the scientists will study the processes by which the radionuclide composition of waters is formed.
NSU Lecturer Alla Ovsyannikova, won a Russian Federation Presidential Grant for young Doctors of Science and an award for outstanding scientific achievements from the Novosibirsk Regional Government. For more than 10 years she has been researching identifying diabetes types of the young at the Institute of Cytology and Genetics SB RAS. Next year she plans to introduce a computer program to serve as a practical application for her research. There is no analogue for this program in the Russian Federation.
The French translation of 13th Century Treatise "On the Preaching of the Cross" by the Dominican monk Humbert Romansky is the historian's third book. It was published by Brepols for their prestigious Corpus Christianorum in Translation series.
During a special course on the development of special equipment, school students at the Specialized Educational Scientific Center NSU (SESC NSU) designed two devices that can facilitate the work of laboratory assistants in the Chemistry Laboratory. One device measures the density of liquids, the other is a reagent accounting system.
Scientists have discovered the oldest traces of modern humans in the Arctic dating back 40,000 years ago. The discovery was made studying animal bones found at the Paleolithic complex in the Lower Ob region using the accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) method at the Center for Collective Use «Accelerator Mass Spectrometry NSU-NSC».
Among the priority areas of cooperation is the use of supercomputer technologies to create a platform for new materials for various industries.
The world's first in vivo study of large mammals using the Boron Neutron Capture Therapy (BNCT) accelerator is a major step towards human clinical trials.
Coronavirus infection can cause a threat of early termination of pregnancy, exacerbate kidney and bladder infections, and provoke the development of gestational diabetes mellitus (increased blood glucose levels during pregnancy).
Scientists used game theory to explain the emergence and evolutionary adoption of a non-adaptive trait for modern society, such as increased anxiety, at the genetic level in people. They showed that human anxiety could be a result of continuous hunting of dinosaurs for them.
For over 40 years the NSU Aerospace Department has worked on many large-scale projects. What are the scientists in the Department doing now? In honor of the June 2 Day of Satellite Monitoring and Navigation, we have collected the most interesting information about NSU space projects.
11th grade student Maria Buda conducted an experiment to test why a disk placed under a jet of water remains on the surface of the liquid. Her work took 1st place in the school student «Tournament of Young Physicists» held as part of the International Student Scientific Conference.