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    Томский научный центр Сибирского отделения Российской академии наук организован в 1978 году

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    Томский научный центр проводит конференции всероссийского и международного уровня

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    На базе Томского регионального центра коллективного пользования ТНЦ СО РАН ведутся исследования атмосферы, исследования по физико-химический анализу, материаловедению, радиоизмерению, спектроскопии и осциллографии.

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    Томский Академгородок с высоты птичьего полета..

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    Цифровой осциллограф реального времени LeCroy Wave Master 830Zi-A находится в безэховой камере. Он предназначен для измерения амплитудных и временных параметров импульсных сигналов с высоким временным разрешением.

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    В НИ ОСМ ТНЦ СО РАН ведутся измерения содержания кислорода, азота и водорода на анализаторе LECO ONH836 в синтезированных образцах нитридов, оксинитридов и сталях

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    Кафедра иностранных языков НОЦ ТНЦ СО РАН объявляет набор слушателей в группы английского языка

News

  • XXXI Interdisciplinary Conference Focus Room-2019

    20 may 2019

    The Department of Foreign Languages REC Tomsk Scientific Center SB RAS announces the 31st annual conference Focus Room-2019 to be held on May 24, 2019 at the Department of Foreign Languages REC Tomsk Scientific Center SB RAS (Akademicheskii Prospekt, 5/1).


  • Math simulation software

    9 apr 2019

    Outer space is extremely hostile. For example, micrometeoroid impact is one of the most common threats for spacecrafts. TSC SB RAS in collaboration with TSU, TPU and Harbin University of Engineering is working on the development of software systems to simulate orbit emergencies and to prevent them.

  • New technology

    30 nov 2018

    The work on forest ecosystem monitoring software developed by Tomsk Scientific Center together with their partners from OOO Indorsoft entered its implementation phase. Just recently a groundbreaking achievement has been made--the software has learnt to differentiate between the species compositions of tree stands.

  • 3D Printing Technologies

    27 nov 2018

    A technology for producing colored aluminate spinel-based pigments, to be used for 3D printing, using the self-propagating high-temperature synthesis method has been developed at the Department for Structural Macrokinetics TSC SB RAS.

Research news

  • 18-10-2019   A simpler way to make some medicines Organic chemists have figured out how to synthesize the most common molecule arrangement in medicine, a scientific discovery that could change the way a number of drugs - including one most commonly used to treat ovarian cancer - are produced. Their discovery, published today in the journal Chem, gives drug makers a crucial building block for creating medicines that, so far, are made with complex processes that result in a lot of waste.
  • 18-10-2019   Stranded whales detected from space A new technique for analysing satellite images may help scientists detect and count stranded whales from space. Researchers tested a new detection method using Very High Resolution (VHR) satellite images of the biggest mass stranding of baleen whales yet recorded. It is hoped that in the future the technique will lead to real-time information as stranding events happen.
  • 18-10-2019   Ancient stars shed light on Earth's similarities to other planets Earth-like planets may be common in the universe, a new study implies. The team of astrophysicists and geochemists presents new evidence that the Earth is not unique.
  • 18-10-2019   Weaving quantum processors out of laser light Researchers open a new avenue to quantum computing with a breakthrough experiment: a large-scale quantum processor made entirely of light.
  • 17-10-2019   Darn you, R2! When can we blame robots? A recent study finds that people are likely to blame robots for workplace accidents, but only if they believe the robots are autonomous.
  • 17-10-2019   Giving robots a faster grasp Engineers have found a way to significantly speed up the planning process required for a robot to adjust its grasp on an object by pushing that object against a stationary surface. Whereas traditional algorithms would require tens of minutes for planning out a sequence of motions, the new team's approach shaves this planning process down to less than a second.
  • 17-10-2019   Bio-circuitry mimics synapses and neurons in a step toward sensory computing Researchers have demonstrated bio-inspired devices that accelerate routes to neuromorphic, or brain-like, computing. Their discovery could support the emergence of computing networks modeled on biology for a sensory approach to machine learning.
  • 17-10-2019   Double layer of graphene helps to control spin currents In order to make transistors that operate using the spin of electrons, rather than their charge, it is necessary to find a way of switching spin currents on and off. Furthermore, the lifetime of the spins should at least be equal to the time taken for these electrons to travel through a circuit. Scientists have now taken an important step forward by creating a device that meets both of these requirements.