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A robot for Gazprom is being developed at Innopolis

The robot for 'in-pipe' works is being developed for Gazprom at the National Competence Centre of the National Technological Initiative in the Field of Robotics and Mechatronics at the Innopolis University. It will be able to check pipes from inside to see if there are any signs of corrosion and damage. Kirill Semenikhin, the director of the University, told that to journalists on the sidelines of the conference 'Digital Industry of Industry of Russia' (CIPR-2018).
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«Nine projects are already being implemented … Among them there is the project for Aeroflot and Gazprom — that is the project for development of an 'in-pipe' robot that looks at a pipe from inside to check for corrosion and potential wear and collects chip scraps at the same time,» he said, without specifying the timing of the project.

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Russian archaeologists plan to conduct excavations in Palmyra after the restoration of Tadmor

Russian archaeologists hope to continue archaeological excavations in Palmyra after the restoration of the modern Syrian city of Tadmor, since the monument is located there, informed Natalya Solovyova, the Deputy Director of the Institute of the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IHMC RAS). She presented a 3D model of Palmyra monuments on Friday during the festival «Ancient Heritage of Russia» in Krasnodar.
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«We hope that we will be able to conduct some more archaeological excavations there, because our institute had reached an agreement with the Syrian authorities on these excavations in the spring of 2015, just a few days before the hostilities began. But we did not sign the documents — the fighting began. We do hope that after modern Tadmor is restored, it will be possible to come there again and continue the works,» Solovyova said.

Russian specialists also intend to take part in the restoration of the monuments of Palmyra, said Solovyova.

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Russian nanocomposite will extract hydrogen from biofuel

New cheap nanocomposite membranes will facilitate the production of hydrogen — an important resource for the chemical industry and advanced fuels. Vladislav Sadykov and his co-authors from the Laboratory of Deep Oxidation Catalysts at the Boreskov Institute of Catalysis of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences described their unique development in the article published in the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy.
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Vladislav Sadykov and his colleagues used a composite of neodymium tungstate and nickel-copper alloy nanoparticles, to cover a nickel-aluminium foam alloy foundation. A porous layer of catalyst, which separates hydrogen from ethanol, was then applied to that membrane. Thus they acquired a system for the conversion of ethanol to hydrogen and the segregation of pure gas. The authors researched the properties of the finished membrane and showed that all its parameters point to high efficiency and a sufficient operational life.

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Quantum data transmission from the ISS is to be tested in Russia in three years

There are plans to test in Russia data transmission with the use of quantum cryptography (distribution of encryption keys) from the International Space Station (ISS) to Earth in three years time. Sergei Garbuk, the Deputy Director General and the Head of Information Studies at the Russian Foundation for Advanced Research Projects, announced that at the conference 'Digital Industry of Industrial Russia' (CIPR-2018).
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«We, as the Foundation, together with Roskosmos, are now preparing a project to test the system of dispersing a [quantum] cryptographic key from a spacecraft, that is from the ISS. We expect that a demonstration sample will be ready in three years, that will allow to test the technology itself as well as technological limits for speed, distortion, and so forth,» he said.

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