Development of electrokinetic and chemical methods for rehabilitation of soil and ground water contaminated by radionuclides and heavy metals.
Nuclear waste management and disposal at MAYAK site.
Models for transport and transformation of atmospheric trace contaminants.
Development and testing of models to calculate migration of radioactivity in groundwater.
Evaluation of the potential health risks resulting from worker and public exposures to toxic and radioactive substances in the Chelyabinsk Region.
Physicochemical Studies of Basalt Materials and Ceramic Chromite-Niobate Composites for the Purpose of the Immobilization of Ecologically Hazardous Actinides and the Making of Protective Barriers for a Long-term Safe Storage of Radwastes.
Retrospective Dosimetry for Occupation and Environmental Exposure
Development of X-ray Fluorescent Spectrometer for Continuous Measurement of Mass Fraction of Chemical Elements in Production Lines of Ore Mining & Concentrating and Chemical Enterprises
Development of Prediction Models for Radioactive Contamination Escape from the Karachai Lake Based upon Modern Data on the Site Geological Structure
Elaboration of Ways for Minimizing the Medical Consequences of Radiation Exposure
Cascade of Water Reservoirs of Techa River: Problem of Safety
Development of Technological Options for Fission Platinoid Recovery from Spent Nuclear Materials
Utilization of Heavy Water of Nuclear Industry in Biology and Medicine
Development of New Fast Scintillators for Nuclear Power Facility Monitoring, Radioactive Material Detection Systems and in Medicine
Development of the Technology for Partitioning of Radioactive Waste Arising in Spent Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing
Safe Transference of Spent Fuel Assemblies from Near-Reactor Storage Pools to Long-term "Dry" Storage
Technogenic Radiation Risk Assessment for Population Residing Nearby Atomic Facilities
New Methods of Synthesis of Exchange-coupled High-Coercive Hard Magnetic Materials on the Base of Rare-Earth Ferromagnetics Using Mechanically-Induced Reactions in Solids
Development of Technology for Creation of Neutrino Source on the Basis of 51Cr Isotope with Activity not less than 8 MCi, Using an L2 Heavy Water Reactor for Calibration of Solar Neutrino Detectors
Development of Iodine-129 Separation During Reprocessing of Spent Nuclear Fuel, Concentrating and Obtaining of the Forms, Suitable for a Long Term Storage of Burial
Development and Demonstration of Technology for Decontamination of Solid Surfaces and Soils by Subcritical Carbon Dioxide
Creation of 3D Geomigration Model for Unloading Section of Contaminated Groundwaters from the Karachay Lake to the Open Hydrographic Network
The Study of the Immobilization of Pu, Sr+Cs and Rare-Earth Element Waste Fractions from Spent Nuclear Fuel and Weapon Materials Reprocessing
Construction of the Subcritical Assembly with Combined Neutron Spectra Driven by Proton Accelerator at Proton’s Energy 660 MeV for Experiments on Long Lived Fission Products and Minor Actinides transmutation (Phase I: Design, Design Documentation and Safe
Development and Test of the Beta-, Gamma-Activity Indicator of the Radioactive Subterranean Waters
Development of the Computer Database on Radioecological, Medical and Social Consequences of "Mayak" PA Production Activity
Development and Testing of the Reactivity Evaluation System to Provide Nuclear Safety of Subcritical Systems and Non-destructive Control of Nuclear Materials Inside Technological Equipment and Containers at Nuclear Industry Enterprises
Development of the Method for Characterization of the Samples, Containing Spontaneously Fissioning Radionuclides, by Measuring Fission Products Gamma-Radiation (for the System of NM Control and Accountability of the Federal State Unitarian Enterprise "PA"
Experimental Testing of Radiation Mechanism of Chiral Biosphere Dissymmetry Origin
Retrospective Evaluation of Radioactive Discharges into the Techa River on the Basis of Radioecological Monitoring and Dosimetric Modeling Data
Risk Estimation of Thyroid Diseases in Later Life Associated with Technogenic Exposure to Iodine-131 in Childhood
Development of Methodology for In-Situ Control of Soil Radioactive Contamination by Means of Gamma-Spectrometer with CdZnTe-Detector
Development of an Analytical Methodology for Quantification of Stable Elements in Radioactive Solutions Using Electronic Tongue Multisensor Systems
Gas and Aerosol Emissions from Forest Fires in Russia: Impacts on Chemical, Radiochemical and Optical Qualities of Atmosphere, Carbon Cycling, Radioecological Consequences, and Biocenosis Sustainability
Innovative Method of Gas Purification from Semivolatile Radionuclide Using Porous Inorganic Materials
Radiometer to Control Microconcentrations of Alpha-Emitting Isotopes in Aqueus Media
Low-Waste Nonaqueous Decontamination of Work Clothes, Tools, and Soils in Ozone-Friendly Freons
Development of Techniques of Nondestructive Assay of Fissile Materials by Neutron and Gamma Radiations in Gas Cleaning Systems and Gas Pipelines
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