Development of a Super-Intensive Pulsed Neutron Source for Physics Research RIN-10 on the Basis of the INR RAS Accelerator-Storage System
Conversion of the Weapon Technology in Photoelectronic Technique for the Construction of a Photo-detector Generation for the Performance in Super-high Magnetic and Radiation Environment in Experimental High Energy Physics
Development of Lithium Detector of Solar Neutrinos on a Basis of Prototype with 300 kgs of Lithium
Ionization-neutron Calorimeter in orbit (INCAO); First Phase: Experimental Balloon Module
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
Measurements of the Cross Sections of Fast and Resonance Neutrons Induced Fission of Minor Actinides for Their Transmutation with Accelerator-Driven Systems
#2020The Renix Project
The Development of the New Computerized Roentgen Diagnostics Methods
Experimental Investigations of Dependence of Radioactive Decay Characteristics and Changes in Crystalline Structures from Cosmophysical Factors
Problem of Search for the Neutrino Mass in the Cosmologically Important Sub-Electronvolt Region by Means of Tritium Beta Decay Spectrum Measurement. Study of the Systematic Effects in New Proposed Experiment KATRIN with Existing Set-up “Troitsk Neutrino-M
Deep-Water Electromagnetic Experiment in the Baikal Rift Zone
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