Development of the Entry Control System, Mainly for Nuclear Facilities, to Upgrade Its Reliability on the Basis of the Speech Biometrics Technology Advanced for the Positive Personnel Identity Verification
Development and Demonstration of the Ecologically Clean Zr-Mo Gel-Technology of the Tc-99m Radiopharmpreparation Production Using Centralized Generator
Development of Self-Repayment Decontamination Technology from Radionuclides in Large Territories
Neutron Data for Actinides up to 200 MeV
Development and Testing of the Express Method and Analytic Equipment for Early Diagnosis of Cancer Diseases Taking into Account the Radiation Factor
Development of Energy and Resource Saving the Engineering Procedure of Production Thermo-Plastic-Composite Semi-Sleepers
Development of Resource Saving Engineering Procedure to Production Synthetic Calcium Fluoride from Phosphate Fertilizers Wastes
The Research of the Plasma-Electrolyte Machining with the Object of Reduction of Capacity of Electric Power Supply to be after into Extension of the Use of Technology at Average and Small Business
Development of Software Tool for the Estimation of the Ecological Impact of Industrial Discharges to the Biosphere
Production of Amendments on the Basis of Natural Raw Material and Industrial Waste and Their Application for Rehabilitation of Soils Contaminated by Radionuclides
New Approach to Aqueous Synthesis of Nanocrystals with Magnetic and Luminescence Properties
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