SibFU scientists developed filter to suppress radio interference

Researchers from Siberian Federal University and Kirensky Institute of Physics proposed a new design for a multimode stripline resonator. The use of such resonators allows to create miniature band-pass filters with unique frequency-selective properties that are in demand by modern telecommunication systems. The main results of the study are published in the highly rated scientific journal Technical Physics Letters.

Nanofluids from SibFU physicists will help Siberians to get warm

Research by scientists from the School of Engineering Physics and Radioelectronics of Siberian Federal University will help to increase the efficiency of the evaporation of liquids using nanoparticles. Physicists have studied the mechanism of evaporation of nanofluids, as well as the effect of the size of nanoparticles and the material they are made of, their volume concentration and properties of the base fluid on the velocity of evaporation.

Scientists warn: Siberian pine forests may replace larch

The team of researchers of Siberian Federal University and the Sukachev Institute of Forest of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences studied the internal mechanisms for controlling the evaporation of water by Siberian larch and Scots pine. The study results are published in the Journal of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology.

SibFU scientists together with their colleagues from Mahatma Gandhi University (India) developed a nanocomposite material that is better at shielding electromagnetic noise than metal

A Russian-Indian team of scientists has developed a nanocomposite material effective at shielding electromagnetic noise. Nanoparticles-based composites blend using multiwalled carbon nanotubes as conducting filler is two times more effective than conventional metal-based shielding materials. TASS: Science & Space portal reported on the development.

SibFU Researchers Develop a Biosensor Enhanced with Gold Nanoparticles for Express Diagnostics of Stress and Toxicological Pollution

A group of researchers is in the process of developing a highly sensitive biosensor designed to detect toxic substances using bioluminescent inhibitory analysis as well as to monitor a biomarker for indicating stress and cancer, namely heat shock proteins 90 (Hsp90). The work is carried out at the School of Fundamental Biology and Biotechnology, Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, under the supervision of Dr. Rajeev Ranjan (India), postdoctoral researcher and senior researcher at the laboratory of bioluminescent biotechnology, and Dr. Valentina Kratasyuk, chair of biophysics (School of Fundamental Biology and Biotechnology SibFU) and leading researcher at the laboratory of bioluminescent biotechnology.

SibFU Scientists Discover the Most Health-beneficial Fish in the World

SibFU researchers together with their colleagues from Institute of Biophysics of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences proved that boganida char (Salvelinus boganidae), which is endemic to the lakes of Khatanga rvier basin and the lakes of Norilka-Pyasino system, has a record level of Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids among all known wild fish species.

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