October 26 Daily S&T Trendletter
- Russian scientists have received an international patent for an anti-HIV drug
At the first stage of clinical trials, a new drug in combination with another antiviral agent showed reliable effectiveness, the Eurasian Patent Office reported
- Russian scientists have created a chip to control the growth of nanoparticles
The development of the scientists of the Southern Federal University will allow controlling the process of particle formation and creating materials in demand in the industry with specified characteristics. The results are presented in The Journal of Physical Chemistry
- The Ministry of Economy will add the “right to risk” for IT investors to the draft law “On Technology Policy”
This will allow IT-companies and investors in the event of a project failure not to be responsible for the loss of public funding. Experts believe that this will help not only to localize technologies inaccessible due to sanctions but stimulate the creation of original solutions (which will help to achieve technological sovereignty).
- In Russia, it is proposed to abandon 3G and professional radio communication in favor of 4G
The draft Strategy for the development of the communications industry assumes that the existing professional radio networks will be gradually integrated into the networks of the fourth generation of cellular communications (4G) of the LTE standard. It is planned that by 2025, 81% of mobile subscribers will use LTE technology.
- Russian scientists are looking for new physics in neutrino experiments
Experiments on the accelerator to search for an abnormally large magnetic moment of neutrinos are carried out at the National Center for Physics and Mathematics (NCPM). Russian scientists also plan to continue experiments on the search for dark matter.