The Development of Chemical Cycle of Molten Fluoride Salts Reactor Fuel Reprocessing (ATW Concept, Waste Transmutation)
Project Development of the Pilot Installation MCIRI for Stable Isotope Separation of Stable Isotopes Via the Method of Ion Cyclotron Resonance (ICR) Heating. Technical and Economical Substantiation of the Project
Development of New Type of Pulsed High-Current Open Switch
Mathematical Models and Software for Operative Evaluation of Solar Radiation Characteristics According to Data of Satellite and Ground-Based Meteorological Measurements
Investigation of Biochemical Properties and Interactions of Stable Isotopes in the Human Body. Development of Innovative Non-Radiation Methods and Devices in Clinic and Off-Clinic Isotopic and Elementary Diagnostics
Neutrino Mass Search (2Betta0v-decay of 150Nd)
Remote Monitoring of Ecological Condition in Environment and Gas Compound of Surface Layer of the Earth Atmosphere in the Zones of Increased Chemical and Radiation Danger
Development of Novel Techniques for NO2 Column Retrieval and Estimate of its Radiative Forcing from Data of Existent Ground-Based Measurement Networks
The Development of AgCl Crystals Growth Technology and the Creating of Infrared Range Optical Elements for Cryogenic Spectroscopy and Isotopes Separation.
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