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A world-famous artist: ETU "LETI" painting robot recognized as the best project at the International Technical Fair in Bulgaria

A painting robot created by the developers of the ETU “LETI” Youth Research Institute received a gold medal as the best project at the 75th International Technical Fair in Plovdiv (Bulgaria).

An acute hearing at any age: artificial intelligence will help doctors make a diagnosis

Researchers at ETU “LETI” presented the results of research aimed at solving the problem of hearing impairment in the elderly to the European scientific community.

Urgent diagnosis means saved children's lives: ETU researchers have developed a unique X-ray diagnostic complex for newborns

Researchers of ETU "LETI" have developed a digital portable X-ray diagnostic complex for neonatology, which allows to accurately diagnose little patients in unspecialized conditions in the shortest possible time and with the minimum radiation dose.

Neural networks on guard of health: the development of St. Petersburg researchers interested international ethologists

The joint project of the young researchers of ETU "LETI" and the University of Haifa entitled "Automated System for Analyzing Animal Behavior" was presented at the HEALTHINF-2019 conference on health informatics.

Researchers of ETU "LETI" are preparing to test a unique device for cancer treatment

Researchers from ETU "LETI" are preparing for clinical trials of a unique Russian medical device for the oncological disease treatment. Successful completion of the project first stage was ensured by the coordinated teamwork of like-minded teachers and students.

Microchip against infections: a method for the rapid diagnostic tests of microorganisms developed by ETU researchers will increase the effectiveness of ant

Researchers of St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University "LETI" together with specialists from the Saint Petersburg Pasteur Institute have developed an express method for analyzing infections that allows identification of microorganisms and testing their antimicrobial resistance.

Scientists of MEPhI learned to destroy cancer tumors by laser

MEPhI specialists together with colleagues from the University of Ex-Marseilles (France) proposed a new approach in the destruction of cancer tumors and their metastases by "burning out" with the help of laser radiation. The results of this work are published in the famous international scientific journal Scientific Reports (included in the Nature publishing house).

ETU graduates – runner-ups of Innovate FPGA Contest 2018

Young researchers from ETU developed an effective method for improving color reproduction quality in real time. The method was highly praised at the international innovation project contest.

Scientists of MEPhI have developed microcircuits for stable work in space

Scientists from the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI and the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Scientific Research Institute of System Development have recently developed components for designing fault-tolerant asynchronous circuits, which can be used in space vehicles. The results of the work were published in the journal Acta Astronautica.

Designed at ETU: from a car-like robot to an unmanned GAZelle car

ETU-based developers are promising to design an unmanned GAZelle car by 2019.

MEPhI Scientists Say Cancer Can Be Both Diagnosed And Treated With MRI

Scientists of the National Research Nuclear University "MEPhI" have recently developed a new type of contrast agents for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). It is based on the use of biodegradable silicon nanoparticles and can be used not only for diagnosing, but also for the treating cancer. The results of the study were published in the Journal of Applied Physics.

What contributes to scientific productivity? The round table outcomes

On 12 April a round table «The quality of scientific progress as a factor of university global promotion» took place. The members of the Association of Global Universities together with the event organizers from «Expert» Analytical Centre discussed scientific productivity growth factors