The R&D product by the researchers of Siberian Federal University will allow cutting desalination costs tenfold by reducing energy costs for heating and stopping the use of chemical additives in desalination.
Scientists at the School of Non-Ferrous Metals and Materials Science of Siberian Federal University have developed technologies for producing aqueous and self-drying non-stick coatings based on natural and mechanically activated graphites used in the production of cast iron products. Results were published in the journal CIS Iron and Steel Review.
Scientists from Siberian Federal University, Biophysics Institute of the Siberian Branch of the RAS and the Institute of Chemical Biology and Fundamental Medicine are developing a system for diagnosing diabetes mellitus by the content of hemoglobin in the blood combined with glucose. The development can replace foreign-made systems. The paper about the research is published in the journal Analytical Biochemistry.
Scientists of Siberian Federal University (SibFU) and Institute of Medical Problems of the North, while identifying the possible cause of a dangerous infection — peri-implantitis, suggested that it could be traces of foreign inorganic substances on the surface of new sterile dental implants. Intermediate results of the experiment are published in the journal "Dentistry".
On September 3, 2019, an updated version of the University Field Ranking by Academic Performance (URAP) was released. SibFU doubled its publication activity and rose by 29 positions in the subject ranking of URAP in physical sciences. The results have been published on the rating agency website.
Alberto Arzac, the head of the laboratory of biogeochemistry of ecosystems at the School of Ecology and Geography, Siberian Federal University, came back from an international expedition to the Yamal Peninsula, organized by his colleagues from the Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology, the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. In total, scientists brought along saw cuts of 500 trees over 7000 years old. The analysis of the annual rings of these saw cuts will help reconstruct the temperature changes of the past millennia and predict future climate changes.
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