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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

  • 50 years of Academic Science in Tomsk

    9 dec 2019

    Autumn of 2019 Tomsk academic science celebrates its half-centenary. Its history dates back to the foundation of the first research institute in 1969, the Institute of Atmospheric Optics of SB AS USSR, it was the starting point for the further development of institute network and their integration into the Regional Scientific Center of Siberian Branch of RAS.


  • 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.

Research news

  • 28-02-2020   Polymers get caught up in love-hate chemistry of oil and water Researchers have achieved a rare look at the inner workings of polymer self-assembly at an oil-water interface to advance materials for neuromorphic computing and bio-inspired technologies.
  • 28-02-2020   Big data helps farmers adapt to climate variability A new study has precisely quantified soil and landscape features and spatial and temporal yield variations in response to climate variability.
  • 28-02-2020   A better way to detect underground water leaks Researchers propose a new way to locate water leaks within the tangle of aging pipes found beneath many cities. The improvement could save time, money and billions of gallons of water.
  • 28-02-2020   Octopus-inspired robot can grip, move, and manipulate a wide range of objects Researchers have developed an octopus-inspired soft robotic arm that can grip, move, and manipulate a wide range of objects. Its flexible, tapered design, complete with suction cups, gives the gripper a firm grasp on objects of all shapes, sizes and textures - from eggs to iPhones to large exercise balls.
  • 28-02-2020   'Surfing attack' hacks Siri, Google with ultrasonic waves Using ultrasound waves propagating through a solid surface, researchers were able to read text messages and make fraudulent calls on a cellphone sitting on a desk up to 30 feet away.
  • 27-02-2020   New method converts carbon dioxide to methane at low temperatures Scientists developed a new method to convert carbon dioxide to methane with an electric field at low temperatures. In comparison to previous methods, this new method can produce any amount of methane whenever necessary. Because methane is a valuable gas which can be used to generate heat and electricity, this method could be exploited to help reduce the use of fossil fuels and prevent global warming.
  • 27-02-2020   Tying up molecules as easily as you tie up your laces Since the 1970s, scientists have been trying to knot molecules together to create new, custom-made mechanical properties, which will give rise to new materials. Today, researchers have developed a simple and effective technique for tying knots in molecules, and have for the first time observed the changes in properties that result from these interlockings. The results open up new perspectives for designing materials and transferring information molecularly.
  • 27-02-2020   Astronomers detect biggest explosion in the history of the Universe Scientists studying a distant galaxy cluster have discovered the biggest explosion seen in the Universe since the Big Bang. The blast came from a supermassive black hole at the centre of a galaxy hundreds of millions of light-years away. It released five times more energy than the previous record holder.