Study of Thermal Physical Properties of Ozone-Safe Refrigerants to Validate their Introduction as Substitutes for R12 and R22
Development of Interactive and Open Learning in Scanning Probe Microscopy and Nanotechnology
Simulation of Dynamics of Local Migration of Aerosol Effluents out from Nuclear Power Plants in Aero- and Hydrosphere.
Investigation of Model System and Natural Biological Objects by Scanning Tunneling and Atomic Force Microscopy Techniques with Atomic Scale Resolution.
Methodical and Calculated Substantiation of the Conception of Light Water Reactors with a High Level of Reactivity Self-compensation and Critically Safety for a New Generation of Nuclear Low-power Plants
Formation and Experimental Investigation of Fundamental Properties of Conductivity in Quantum Conductors and Transistors Using Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM)
Methodology for creation of strategy for Region Energy System development based on Integrated Resource Planning approach. Country Study for the Republic of Belarus
Investigation of Intellectual Development, Mental and Behavioural Disorders in Persons Exposed in Utero from Chernobyl Fallout (Case-Control Study)
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