Development of electrokinetic and chemical methods for rehabilitation of soil and ground water contaminated by radionuclides and heavy metals.
Laser-Based Complex for Early Diagnostics of Malignancies.
Universal Laser Diagnostic Device to Control Heterophase Processes "in situ".
Analysis of Perspective Technical Solutions of Nuclear Power Facilities on the Basis of Patent Information Study.
Study of Radiation-Induced Degradation by Swelling of Austenitic Stainless Steel Intravessel Components in Western PWR and Eastern WWER Reactors
Safe Transference of Spent Fuel Assemblies from Near-Reactor Storage Pools to Long-term "Dry" Storage
Development of Scientific Bases and Technological Aspects of Creation of New Generation Hard Deformation of Cr-Ni Staainless Steels with the High Contents Boron (1,0-1,9% of Weights) on the Basis of Principles of Metallurgy of Atomized Powders of an Alloy
#1585Satellite Gas Sensor
Conception Development of New Generation Sensor for Greenhouse Gas Monitoring from Space Using High Resolution Infrared Spectrometry
Systematizating the Results of the 30-year Research on Beryllium Damageability in a Wide Range of Irradiation Temperatures and Neutron Fluences. Preparation and Publication of the Book "Beryllium Radiation Demageability"
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