Nuclear waste management and disposal at MAYAK site.
Development of a Sophisticated Computer Based Data System for Evaluation of the Radiation Legacy of the Former USSR and Setting Priorities on Remediation and Prevention Policy.
Research of Ultradisperse Diamonds as Regards the Diamond Crystal Growing Technology, i.e. the Process of Advanced Material Obtaining for the Future Applications in Electronics.
Development of Prediction Models for Radioactive Contamination Escape from the Karachai Lake Based upon Modern Data on the Site Geological Structure
Cascade of Water Reservoirs of Techa River: Problem of Safety
The Conception of the Russian Nuclear Powered Submarines Inactivation and Recycling at the State Center of Nuclear Shipbuilding Industry (GRTsAS) Plants
Development of the Technology for Partitioning of Radioactive Waste Arising in Spent Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing
Evaluation of Geological and Geochemical Conditions for Deep Underground Disposal of the Actinide-Loaded Radioactive Wastes
The Environmental Assessment of “Nerpa” Ship Repair Complex (Including Facilities for Spent Nuclear Fuel and Radioactive Waste Handling) and Development of the Proposals for Improving the Spent Nuclear Fuel and Radioactive Waste Management and the Ecologi
The Transport and Technological Plan of the Spent Nuclear Fuel Management in Severodvinsk
Experimental Research of Chemical Evolution of Substance of the Moon and Other Bodies of Solar System by Methods of High-Speed Shock Modeling
Study of mineral and element composition, physicochemical and mechanical properties of red muds to elaborate recommendations on their use
Comprehensive Study of Structure, Morphology, Porosity, Radioactivity, and Chemical, Elemental and Mineral Contents of Natural Clays for Enhancement of their Utilization Efficiency in Therapeutic and Prophylactic Medicine
Ecological Safety by Dismantling Nuclear Powered Submarines (Damaged Included) in Primorsky Krai
The Assessment of Radiation and Insurance Risks of Nuclear Powered Submarines Dismantlement, SNF and RW Management in Severodvinsk
Development of Standard Parts of Environmental Impact Assessment Document of Nuclear Powered Submarines Dismantling at Nerpa and Zvezdochka Shipyards
Study of the Radiogeological Situation in Uranium Production Waste Storage Sites of the Kyrgyz Republic and Development of Recommendations for Conducting Environmental Protection Measures
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