November 28, Daily science and technology trend

  • 2019-11-28
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1. Russian and Australian scientists developed an ultra-sensitive sensory element based on black silicon that captures the smallest traces of highly toxic nitroaromatic substances. It can be used to determine the presence of explosive molecules, to monitor the environmental pollution and to conduct medical and forensic examinations. The article on the subject was published in the ACS Sensors.

Source: http://rscf.ru/ru/node/material-dlya-poiska-vzryvchatki


2. An exhibition of the Russian high-tech solutions will be held in Sochi during the period December 5-7 as a part of the “Glogal Technology Leadership” forum. The first part of the exhibition is the exposition of projects of the National Technological Initiative. 22 participating companies will present their projects including unmanned aerial vehicles, a biomedical cell product, technologies for recognizing patterns of behavior, etc. The second part of the exhibition will be devoted to the projects presented by the regional partner of the forum – Perm Territory. The theme of the exposition is construction of an ecosystem that enables growth of technological companies whose revenue is more than 500 million rubles.

 Source: https://www.rvc.ru/press-service/facebook-review/151608/


3. Russian scientists developed a new research method that allows to see the internal structure of the materials that cannot be examined using ordinary x-rays – for example, nanomaterials.

Source: https:  //scientificrussia.ru/news/uchenye-rf-razrabotali-novyj-metod-issledovaniya-vnutrennej-struktury-nanomaterialov


4. Google Corporation and scientists from the Russian Chemical-Technological University named after Mendeleev announced the launch of the YouTube project “Mendeleev Responds“. The popular bloggers and chemists will talk about how chemical elements affect different spheres of human life.

Source: https://nauka.tass.ru/nauka/7202993


5. Scientists from Russia and Australia figured out a quick way to search for meteorites that fall in different parts of the planet using a computer program. It will allow to receive more complete data on these space objects. Scientists tested the method at 278 large sites and it turned out to be quite accurate. The computer program will be open and accessible to all “meteorite hunter”.

Source: https:  //nauka.tass.ru/nauka/7209527


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