UrFU lecturer Alexander Korsakov named finalist in RUSNANO nano tech competition
Korsakov, who is an instructor in the university's Institute of Chemical Technology, submitted to RUSNANO a project on nanocrystalline fibers, their use in a fiber-optic probe for FTIR spectroscopy and fiber scintillators, examining the behavior of crystallines and their applications in the petroleum industry, medicine, electronics and agriculture.
RUSNANO will announce the winner of its fifth annual competition on Nov. 1 during a ceremony in Moscow. The winner will receive a cash prize valued at $9,300.
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