November 3 Daily S&T Trendletter
- Russian physicists have created quantum thermometers based on diamonds with an admixture of nickel
The variability of infrared radiation depending on the ambient temperature makes it possible to use these artificial crystals as relatively inexpensive and at the same time highly sensitive sensors for biological and medical research
- A UAV has been created in Russia to expand the coverage of the cellular network
Scientists of the St. Petersburg Federal Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences have developed a drone capable of carrying a communications repeater and providing communication from the air.
- In Russia will be created a system of state monitoring of permafrost
It will become part of the unified system of state environmental monitoring. The information will be used for modeling and scenario forecasting of climate change. Permafrost areas affect up to 65% of the country’s territory.
- ITMO has developed an algorithm that will help create more sensitive sensors and powerful lasers
ITMO scientists have proposed a new way to create metasurfaces that will link light and matter. The method will make it possible to create more energy-efficient lasers and sensitive biosensors. The results of the study are published in the journal Nanophotonics.
- MPEI scientists have created a new type of transmission for wind farms
The principle of operation of the device is based not on the usual transformation of the rotation speed by mechanical means, but on the force interaction of magnetic fields. Due to this, the transformation of movement occurs completely contactless – according to the institute.