July 5, Daily science and technology trend

  • 2019-07-05
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1. The educational intensive "Island 10-22" will be held from July 10 to July 22 in Moscow at the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology. Its goal is the creation and development of teams of regional universities that will be able to implement systemic changes in the field of training for technological development. One of the key elements of the event program will be the End-to-End Technology faculty.



2. Genetics from St. Petersburg State University and their colleagues from Estonia will soon create one of the largest collections of diabetic blood samples, which will help them to understand which mutations contribute to the development of this disease and how it can be prevented.



3. Researchers at MIPT have obtained more than 200 new decyphered structures of various proteins, previously not possible to study by classical methods since the discovery of a method of analyzing such structures based on technology using free electron lasers. 51 protein is potentially applicable in pharmacology.



4. Rospotrebnadzor has developed a new vaccine against Ebola.



5. Siberian scientists create a wind generator that can operate at low wind speeds and heat water with virtually no losses due to the conversion of the mechanical energy of the air flow directly into thermal energy.



6. In early July, the Akatuyu nuclear power plant personnel (Turkey) started training at the Rosatom Technical Academy. Within six months, the Academy will train more than 70 Turkish nuclear scientists. Six training programs are in Russian.



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