#T-2427Radioactive waste management
Development of scientific-methodical safety regulation for radioactive waste management from uranium industry in the Republic of Tajikistan.
Graphene-like nanomaterials and related composites: synthesis, characterization, toxicity
Processing of mercury and rare metals containing coals altering chemical safety issue in Tajikistan
Finding a possibility of earthquake forecasting using the motion features of low-orbit satellites determined by their observations
Investigation of plants possessing the properties of accumulating heavy metals and radionuclides for bioremediation of soils and air
Assessment of the Radiation - Ecological state and Migration of radionuclides of the Adrasman UraniumWastes Tailings dump of Northern Tajikistan
Promising Nanostructural Materials for Cryogenic Electrical Machines
Development of High Efficiency Method and Autonomous Installation for Solar Energy Chemical Accumulation by Hydrogen
New Nanosized and Thin Films Oxides Phosphors for Visualization and Emitting Flat Display
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