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VolSU in May issue of a British Journal

qs wownews1qs wownews2The May issue of QS WOWNEWS published articles on breakthrough technologies and scientific developments of universities around the world, including a report by VolSU scientists on the fight against coronavirus.

Most publications of the latest issue cover the new coronavirus infection. Universities in Europe, Asia and America have research institutes, laboratories and design centers. In such difficult times their activity is fully devoted to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

For example, the “TeleNovo” Engineering Center of VolSU actively joined the work of the Joint Scientific and Production Group of the region CVD_Volgograd, established to help doctors of the region. Specialists carry out scientific and engineering activities to create technologies and protective equipment to combat the pandemic. Medical organizations have approved protective plastic shields for doctors and medical personnel, as well as the technology of disinfection of the territory using quadcopters and a steam generator for disinfection of premises and buildings. Trial samples of oxygen needle reducers, which regulate the supply of oxygen to mechanical ventilation devices, were transferred to Volgograd hospitals.

The research results of leading Russian universities such as ITMO (St. Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics), MAI (Moscow Aviation Institute), St. Petersburg State University (St. Petersburg Mining University), USTU (Ufa State Petroleum Technical University), as well as the Skolkovo Innovation Center can also be read on the pages of QS WOWNEWS.

Promotion in the international media space enhances the recognition and reputation of the university. QS WOWNEWS news portal publishes the latest research and discoveries by academics and students from leading universities around the world. The printed version of the newsletter is spread among 1.5 million representatives of the academic community.


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