A team of scientists from Novosibirsk State University and the Institute of Catalysis SB RAS developed a catalyst for a reaction that increases the mileage of electric vehicles.
The NSU Food Security Research Center, together with colleagues from the Center for Advanced Waste Disposal Technologies and Management at the King Mongkut University of Technology Tongburi (KMUTT) in Thailand, evaluated the most promising uses and ways to process cassava raw material waste. This material is an important component of Thailand's export potential.
On November 7, the Medical Scientific and Educational Center (MSES) of NSU’s Institute of Medicine and Psychology will officially open. It is one of the first Medical Centers in Russia established within the structure of a classical university
An article about new topologies of ultrashort pulse fiber laser resonators by Novosibirsk State University scientists and Institute of Laser Physics SB RAS received great interest when it appeared in an authoritative international laser journal last week
Novosibirsk scientists led by Dr. Nikolai Rubtsov, Head of the NSU Department of Cytology and Genetics and Head of the Laboratory of Morphology and Functions of Cellular Structures at the Institute of Cytology and Genetics SB RAS, offered a new model for studying the early stages of genome evolution after full genomic duplication
Students at the NSU IT Department (ITD) presented a new encryption algorithm at the International Big Data Conference
OpenBio, a complex of events dedicated to the development of business in the field of life sciences, opened on October 24th in Koltsovo
Sergei Lobanov, a graduate of the NSU Department of Geology and Geophysics received a grant of 1.8 million euros from the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers (Germany) to study the characteristics of poorly known properties of Earth’s mantle and core
Valery Lebedev, a graduate of the NSU Department of Physics NSU became a "Distinguished Scientist" at the Enrico Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab) in Chicago, USA
A team from the NSU New Archeology Center together with the Institute of Archeology and Ethnography SB RAS, are exploring Eshme-Too, a mountain range in south-west Kyrgyzstan. This area has revealed dozens of archaeological sites
A team from NSU’s New Archeology Center, together with the Institute of Archeology and Ethnography SB RAS and the National University of Kyrgyzstan, are exploring key monuments in Central Asia: monuments at the Eshme-Too range, the groves of Obishir-1-5 and the Sel-Ungur Cave
Julia Otmakhova, Head of the NSU Food Safety Research Center, published the results of a comprehensive scientific study assessing the economic effect and environmental consequences of simulated options for the utilization of food waste in large-scale food production