UrFU receives grant for rare-earth metal extraction program
The $7.83 million grant was furnished to UrFU's physics and technology institute as part of the federal government's "Research and development on priority directions of scientific-technology complex of Russia for 2014-2020" initiative. UrFU officials will use the funding to support six different components of the rare-earth metal extraction project: radio electronics, instrument-making, nuclear engineering, machine building, chemical industry and metallurgy.
UrFU's "Development of industrial technology and the associated extraction of rare-earth metals and scandium from technological solutions during the yield of uranium by in-situ leaching in order to improve the efficiency of processing of uranium ores middlings, and meet the growing demand and import substitution of rare-earth metals and scandium in radio electronics, instrument-making, nuclear engineering, machine building, chemical industry, metallurgy" project is overseen by UrFU Institute of Physics and Technology director Vladimir Richkov.
- Ural Airlines modifies rewards program
- Exhibition to celebrate Tchaikovsky's birthday
- Ural State Academy of Architecture and Arts hosts first StartUp Design Week
- URFU hosts annual natural history festival
- Robocenter added to map of important robotics centers
- Sverdlovsk housing market prices increase
- Volschansk Mechanical Plant expanding product range
- Sverdlovsk Regional Entrepreneurship Support Fund to accept applications for CMEF
- Over 4,500 residents have already lost jobs this year in Sverdlovsk
- USMU accepting Global Education program applicants