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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  KomissarBojanchev on Wed Oct 15, 2014 3:22 pm

    GarryB wrote:Breeder reactors create very little actual waste and can be used to turn spent fuel rods from conventional reactors back into unspent fuel rods that can be reused...

    Perhaps instead of looking at fantastic solutions like Thorium, you should perhaps read a bit more about Breeder reactors... the Russians have clearly made their choice.
    What about a thorium-breeder combination? What a Face Sort of like a multifuel engine?
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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  kvs on Thu Oct 16, 2014 12:12 am

    KomissarBojanchev wrote:
    GarryB wrote:Breeder reactors create very little actual waste and can be used to turn spent fuel rods from conventional reactors back into unspent fuel rods that can be reused...

    Perhaps instead of looking at fantastic solutions like Thorium, you should perhaps read a bit more about Breeder reactors... the Russians have clearly made their choice.
    What about a thorium-breeder combination? What a Face  Sort of like a multifuel engine?

    Reactors using Thorium are breeder reactors. In the Thorium reactor process it is converted to Uranium 233, which is an unstable
    isotope and can sustain a reaction. The attraction of Thorium is that there is about three times more of it that can be mined compared
    to Uranium.
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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  kvs on Thu Oct 16, 2014 2:44 am

    KommisarBojanchev must have seen this information elsewhere,

    http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/energy/next-generation/lockheed-martin-claims-fusion-power-in-10-years-should-we-believe-them-17318225?click=pm_latest

    The video at the linked site spends way too much time talking about the benefits of fusion energy and almost no
    time as to the concept that LM thinks will work when all the others have so far failed.

    It looks like the LM fusion reactor is a tokomak variant and they are trying to get high temperatures (in the hundreds
    of millions of degrees) to overcome Coulomb repulsion.
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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  GarryB on Fri Oct 17, 2014 12:00 pm

    The attraction of Thorium is that there is about three times more of it that can be mined compared
    to Uranium.

    Why bother when a standard breeder reactor uses Uranium, as used in the reactors the Russians are selling around the world?

    A current breeder reactor can be used to reprocess spend uranium rods from exported reactors and sent back to clients to be reused... recycling Uranium means it doesn't matter how much there is of it...


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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  kvs on Sat Oct 18, 2014 1:11 am

    GarryB wrote:
    The attraction of Thorium is that there is about three times more of it that can be mined compared
    to Uranium.

    Why bother when a standard breeder reactor uses Uranium, as used in the reactors the Russians are selling around the world?

    A current breeder reactor can be used to reprocess spend uranium rods from exported reactors and sent back to clients to be reused... recycling Uranium means it doesn't matter how much there is of it...

    India is pushing the Thorium reactor angle since it has large deposits. But you are right, with breeder reactors you get over 50 times
    more energy from Uranium compared to convention single cycle reactors.
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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  Mike E on Sat Oct 18, 2014 2:52 am

    GarryB wrote:
    The attraction of Thorium is that there is about three times more of it that can be mined compared
    to Uranium.

    Why bother when a standard breeder reactor uses Uranium, as used in the reactors the Russians are selling around the world?

    A current breeder reactor can be used to reprocess spend uranium rods from exported reactors and sent back to clients to be reused... recycling Uranium means it doesn't matter how much there is of it...

    Thorium and MSR's in general have dozens upon dozens of other advantages as well. However, the ease of mining and producing reactor-ready Thorium is its main attraction. It is cheaper, will last far into the future, and shouldn't experience shortages.
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    Post  higurashihougi on Sat Oct 18, 2014 5:57 am

    Mike E wrote:
    GarryB wrote:
    The attraction of Thorium is that there is about three times more of it that can be mined compared
    to Uranium.

    Why bother when a standard breeder reactor uses Uranium, as used in the reactors the Russians are selling around the world?

    A current breeder reactor can be used to reprocess spend uranium rods from exported reactors and sent back to clients to be reused... recycling Uranium means it doesn't matter how much there is of it...

    Thorium and MSR's in general have dozens upon dozens of other advantages as well. However, the ease of mining and producing reactor-ready Thorium is its main attraction. It is cheaper, will last far into the future, and shouldn't experience shortages.

    Heavy water is more copious, but the problem is that fusion thermonuclear power plant is not ready... yet.
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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  Mike E on Sat Oct 18, 2014 6:35 am

    higurashihougi wrote:
    Mike E wrote:
    GarryB wrote:
    The attraction of Thorium is that there is about three times more of it that can be mined compared
    to Uranium.

    Why bother when a standard breeder reactor uses Uranium, as used in the reactors the Russians are selling around the world?

    A current breeder reactor can be used to reprocess spend uranium rods from exported reactors and sent back to clients to be reused... recycling Uranium means it doesn't matter how much there is of it...

    Thorium and MSR's in general have dozens upon dozens of other advantages as well. However, the ease of mining and producing reactor-ready Thorium is its main attraction. It is cheaper, will last far into the future, and shouldn't experience shortages.

    Heavy water is more copious, but the problem is that fusion thermonuclear power plant is not ready... yet.
    MSR's are by no means complex... They could be developed and produced within two decades tops. The problem is that they are receiving very little funding, and when they are, it is always within a single country and not a group.

    Fusion is still a dream IMHO. LM's recent "announcement" has already been debunked. If Fusion is developed, I'd like to see dense plasma fusion more than its alternatives. - Focus Fusion is an interesting idea, although very controversial...
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    Post  GarryB on Sat Oct 18, 2014 7:50 am

    They could be developed and produced within two decades tops.

    They are an undeveloped technology... fast breeder reactors are in operation in Russia now.

    Unless Russia has a lot of Thorium and a real shortage of Uranium why invest in such a similar technology?

    Russia can keep the existing breeder reactors for itself and use them to process spent fuel rods from export partners to reprocess into fuel again and sell them back to their clients... a double win... normally when you take back spent fuel rods you have to dispose of them... in this case they can re-enrich them and sell them back to the client. Not only that in times of tension they have the potential to enrich large amounts of Uranium to weapons grade quality if they need warheads fast.

    Win win situation it seems to me, with no more investment costs or risk.



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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  Mike E on Sat Oct 18, 2014 8:04 am

    GarryB wrote:
    They could be developed and produced within two decades tops.

    They are an undeveloped technology... fast breeder reactors are in operation in Russia now.

    Unless Russia has a lot of Thorium and a real shortage of Uranium why invest in such a similar technology?

    Russia can keep the existing breeder reactors for itself and use them to process spent fuel rods from export partners to reprocess into fuel again and sell them back to their clients... a double win... normally when you take back spent fuel rods you have to dispose of them... in this case they can re-enrich them and sell them back to the client. Not only that in times of tension they have the potential to enrich large amounts of Uranium to weapons grade quality if they need warheads fast.

    Win win situation it seems to me, with no more investment costs or risk.


    In principle they are a simple design that should be very easy to develop, can they be made fast, I can't be sure... Either way they have many more long-term benefits than a fast-breeder.

    Thorium is relatively abundant in every country, plus it will become much cheaper than Uranium thanks to that fact.

    Win-win for the short-term, yes, long-term no.
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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Sat Oct 18, 2014 7:36 pm

    New nano-coating for medical instruments has shown to be virtually not capable of producing allergies (vastly superior to medical stainless steel in this regard), will reduce Russia's dependency of foreign medical instruments from 5-to-10 fold, will save millions of Roubles, creating significant supply and demand on domestic medical instrument suppliers:

    "Roselektronika" developed a protective nano-coating for medical devices
    Technology will reduce purchases of foreign medical instruments and 5-10 times



    Holding "Roselektronika" belongs to Rosteh, presented at the exhibition "Open Innovation - 2014" technology applying a protective nanocoatings for medical equipment and dentures.

    Coating bioinert that makes contact with the medical instrument is harmless (unlike a stainless steel alloy containing heavy metals). In the case of using this technology in prosthetics coating does not cause allergies, even in people with hypersensitivity to denture materials, because the surface is covered with a chemically inert plastic film of silicon carbide. This technology was originally developed for military bayonets, to increase their life without sharpening.

    "We are developing work in the field of medical equipment, our companies are developing products for equipping clinics and hospitals. We are committed to the quality of Russian products were not inferior to foreign analogues. We are engaged in the implementation of state policy on innovative development of Russia, creating high-tech products meet world standards in different areas, "- said General Director of the holding" Roselektronika "Andrei Zverev.

    Coating of domestic medical instruments will solve the problem of import substitution in the medical institutions of Moscow, as these tools will surpass the quality of foreign counterparts. Procurement instruments can be reduced to 5 - 10 times that of the capital budget will allow to save millions of rubles.

    A unique method developed by specialists of the Research Institute of Vacuum Equipment them. SA Vekshinsky.

    Participation in the forum are representatives of the Government of the Russian Federation headed by Dmitry Medvedev and representatives of the Government of Moscow. They carefully studied the products provided by enterprises of the holding.

    "Roselektronika"  brings together the electronics industry, specializing in developing and manufacturing electronic-component base, electronic products, electronic materials and equipment for their production, as well as microwave devices and semiconductor devices.

    http://rostec.ru/news/4514843
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    New nano-coating for medical instruments has shown to be virtually not capable

    Post  kvs on Mon Oct 20, 2014 4:26 am

    These coated instruments should be great for dealing with prion diseases. Prions can survive an autoclave.

    Russia's nanotech is no joke. It is hard to get a sense of how deep it is since western coverage is self-deluded
    rubbish and Russian coverage is rather limited due to the old Soviet reflex to treat high tech as secret.
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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  George1 on Fri Oct 31, 2014 11:21 am

    Innovations 2.0: The technology sector is preparing for a reset

    Participants of the Open Innovations Forum, held in Moscow October 14-16, believe that cooperation between Russia and the EU will continue in the research phase. However, in the coming years Russia's priority will be to develop its own technologies.

    Russia is moving to a new stage of development that involves import substitution and the development of its own technologies in most sectors. One of the government's priorities will be to support startups. The new idea is called "Innovations 2.0." Russia's chief partner will be China, although collaboration with the EU will also continue in the area of research. Russia will strive to achieve full national independence in the IT sector.

    Isolation could equal innovation


    Russian Minister for Open Government Affairs, Mikhail Abyzov, believes that Russia must improve its level of technological development. The "Innovations 2.0" concept would boost import substitution and startups in businesses related to large companies such as Apple and Microsoft.

    In the last three years Russia has been one of the top five countries in terms of venture investment volumes, according to Dow Jones VentureSource. Igor Agamirzian, CEO of Russian Venture Company, says that the breakthrough occurred only in the last few years. However, the activity of Russia's largest state companies, especially in the energy sector, is strictly regulated, which makes developing startups impossible.

    Nevertheless, Russia's isolation from import technologies will stimulate their development in Russia, said Abyzov. Oil and gas companies, in the minister's words, are already starting to utilize domestic engineering. The government will stimulate private companies financially to use startups in order to make the creation of innovative products more advantageous, added Abyzov at the forum. State companies will be forced to adapt and subjected to so-called methods of "innovative compulsion."

    IT and microelectronics: is import substitution possible?

    According to Russian Minister of Communications and Mass Media, Nikolai Nikiforov, Chinese companies are now actively entering the Russian market. Cooperation with them will develop in various directions, including software engineering and the creation of supercomputers. In 2015 the city of Ufa will host the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Summit and a meeting between the BRICS leaders. "For the Russian IT industry this will be an opportunity to articulate its plan in the context of the global market and take a step towards a multi-polar world," said Nikiforov.

    Participants of the forum also discussed America's refusal to supply computer software to Russia, as well as the introduction of domestic software engineering. "National independence is unthinkable without the fundamental components of the IT industry, such as database management systems and software," said Igor Boichenko, General Director of Russian software developer Relex. "We are becoming hostages of someone else's ideas." In Boichenko's words, Russia needs its own technologies since the attempt to create clones of American products was "pitiful." According to the Director of InfoWatch, Natalya Kasperskaya, Russian developers have already discussed the import substitution project and are ready to invest and create their own technologies. However, many things will have to be created from scratch. This is not always favorable for companies, many of whom until recently preferred American products.

    Private space companies are now having difficulties with the import substitution of microelectronics. Satellite producer Dauria Aerospace until recently had worked with foreign components. The domestic element base was designed for apparatuses weighing more than 100 kilograms, which means that these solutions cannot be used in small components. Dauria Aerospace Project Director Nikolai Vedenkin says that some elements will be created in Russia.

    Russia and the EU will continue cooperation in the research phase

    Despite sanctions, Russia and the EU countries will continue their cooperation in the field of scientific research, which will be a good basis for the future according to Wolfgang Dik, Director of the Economics and Science Department at the German Embassy in Russia. In his words, there are currently more than 100 joint Russian-German university programs. He believes that it is necessary to expand this "sanction-free" zone and the partnership within it in order to lay a beneficial foundation for the future.

    Sergei Chernyshev, Executive Director at Zhukovsky Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute and the developer of new aviation technologies, remarked that Russia and the EU would continue sharing information. In his words, institutes will collaborate and provide each other with information on the commercialization of technologies and their markets.

    Many European programs are interested in Russia's participation. This statement was made during the forum by Pekka Soini, General Director of Tekes, the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation. Soini said that Russia is Finland's biggest partner in the Arctic Seas Program, whose principal goal is to stimulate the development of business and new ecologically clean technologies in the region. The program will be in effect from 2014-2017 with a budget of 100 million euros.

    Source: Russia Beyond the Headlines - http://rbth.com/science_and_tech/2014/10/24/innovations_20_the_technology_sector_is_preparing_for_a_rese_40833.html)
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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  sepheronx on Tue Nov 11, 2014 1:50 am

    China to build research center at Russia’s Skolkovo research hub
    BEIJING, November 10. /TASS/. China’s Tsinghua Science Park, or TusPark, world’s biggest technology park, plans to take part in the construction of phase two of a technology park at Russia’s Skolkovo research hub outside Moscow, President of the Skolkovo Fund Viktor Vekselberg told TASS on the sidelines of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Beijing on Monday.
    “A meeting we had here yielded an agreement to this effect. The future technology park will incorporate a research center, laboratories and offices of Chinese companies that are interested in investment cooperation and plan to come to Skolkovo,” he said.
    }As part of cooperation with the Chinese science park, Skolkovo plans to open its office at TusPark, Vekselberg said, adding that the office would be tasked to promote Russian innovation developments on the Chinese market. “Today, the global market is vying for brains, knowledge and innovation generating skills. That is why an alliance between Russia and China in this field looks very promising: we can develop and the Chinese will make use of our developments thus augmenting a synergetic effect,” he noted.
    {history:4922:'Read also':'right':'50'China’s Cybernaut fund, Russia’s Skolkovo research hub to work on joint projects
    Skolkovo research hub and China’s investment fund Cybernaut plan to establish close cooperation to develop joint investment projects.
    “China’s private businesses are not keeping aloof from innovation processes,” Viktor Vekselberg told journalists. “We had a meeting at a big fund, Cybernaut, whose founders have unique experience in creating innovation products sold on the Chinese market. Today, their top priorities are robotronics, commercial use of the outer space, superconductivity technologies.”
    “They have invited us to set up a system of efficient cooperation on the development of a range of joint investment projects, up to and including a joint fund. They also said they were interested in opening an office at the Skolkovo research hub,” Vekselberg said. “I would like to underscore the high interest of the Chinese side to Russia’s innovation sector. It proves that the Chinese recognize and respect Russian academic science, despite the considerable influence of European and American companies.
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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  kvs on Thu Nov 27, 2014 1:08 am

    http://www.sdelanounas.ru/blogs/55377/



    https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/ultra-efficient-5kw-generator-with-energy-storage

    The key ingredient is the Lithium LiFePo4 battery which is custom made in Russia. One of the biggest industrial Lithium battery manufacturers in the World is a Russian companyLiotech. In close collaboration with Liotech we have developed a custom 70V 20Ah battery, which will be produced specially for P-Gen.



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    Post  Vann7 on Sat Nov 29, 2014 7:11 am

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  kvs on Sun Nov 30, 2014 3:47 am

    http://en.rusnano.com/press-centre/news/20140703-mapper-lithography-a-portfolio-company-of-rusnano-starts-production-of-key-elements-for-a-new-generation-of-lithography-equipment

    Rusnano has invested in a maskless chip lithography tech company. This is not just some Russian money in western tech.

    The electronic optics based on microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), which are now being produced in Russia, are the key element of Mapper’s lithography technology. What makes Mapper products revolutionary and sets them apart from competitors is their simultaneous use of 13,000 beams, which dramatically increases system performance compared with use of a single beam. The task of the electronic optical components being manufactured in Russia is precisely to convert a single beam into 13,000 beams and to control each beam separately.

    Russia is going to be at the forefront of IC manufacturing and not living on hand-me-downs.

    The media coverage will never give you a clear picture of where Russia is at and where it is going. It is focused on
    the circus for idiots such as Pussy Riot and Navalny. But the western elites know that Russia has serious capacity
    for technological advance and could challenge their market leadership in the coming two decades. So they stage
    the coup in Ukraine using the Banderite retards and give themselves a pretext for sanctions to disrupt Russia's
    development.
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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  sepheronx on Tue Jan 13, 2015 3:52 pm

    There has been plenty news inbetween last updates, but I felt this was important:

    "Schwabe" created a thermal imaging module with low power consumption

    Made first Russian heterostructure solar modules on silicon
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    Post  George1 on Fri Jan 16, 2015 3:47 pm

    Russia Produces Country’s First Beryllium Specimen
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    Post  sepheronx on Tue Jan 20, 2015 4:43 am

    Samara university projects give impetus to import substitution
    New technologies originating from Samara State University (SamSU) in the Lower Volga area are in demand across Russia’s sectors, especially for the purposes of import substitution to replace western technologies no longer available to Russia, news portal VolgaNews reported.

    Some of the projects developed at the Samara university “have no analogs in the world,” the source claims. For example, researchers in a joint Italian-Russian material development project are reported to be using original SamSU computing software that enables the modeling of a material with given strength, hardness and other specific physical-chemical properties. The Samara regional government is actively supporting the application of these computing methods to local companies, including AvtoVAZ, Russia’s largest auto maker.

    Scientists at SamSU’s chemical department are working on technologies that may help with import substitution in oil production and oil refinery. For example, they have developed new approach to processing hydrocarbons with new metal nanoparticles based catalysts that are said to ensure quality oil refinery under less extreme conditions that are required with today’s technologies. With the approach fully adopted in the sector production processes will be made much faster and easier, thus saving much of the energy consumed today.

    SamSU’s projects are reportedly in demand in other sectors as well. According to VolgaNews, the university’s new fiber-optic sensors already control production processes at Kommunar, a local mechanical engineering company.

    As I have been saying, Russia's tech development and future is not in the small or large private companies, but either state owned or universities. Already, Tomsk has pushed majority of the tech progress in Russia, and now Samara University will follow suite. Hopefully Russia's enterprises like Rostec will also look to them and fund them. Schwab, MCST and Mikran seem to be the only other ones actually making new technologies. Hopefully Rostec ends up acquiring MCST to help circulate MCST tech to all of Rostec enterprises, increasing production and reducing costs and eventually getting it out into the open civil market.
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    Post  Kyo on Tue Jan 20, 2015 9:40 pm

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  George1 on Tue Jan 20, 2015 9:44 pm

    Technoserv, Skolkovo sign partnership

    Technoserv, Russia’s largest IT systems integrator, recently signed a partnership deal with the Skolkovo Foundation to establish a research and development center within the region’s innovations hub.

    The company, which employs 2,000 people, will transfer approximately 150 of its employees to the new R&D center.

    In turn, the Skolkovo Foundation will provide the company with improved access to the Russian market.

    Construction of the center will begin later this year.

    Technoserv creates, installs and subcontracts IT communications, infrastructure, information security systems, application platforms, power systems and engineering security systems. The company specializes in IT business intelligence systems, outsourcing, support and consulting.

    Technoserv works with major organizations and companies throughout Russia. Its clients are involved in the public sector, manufacturing, financial services, transportation, oil and gas, telecommunications, and other important industries affecting the economy.

    As part of the partnership, Technoserv will create biometric identification systems and other innovations.

    “We believe that one of the IT sector’s most promising areas of development is in creating niche tech applications that are aimed at the specific demands of our clients’ businesses,” Alexei Ananyev, the chairman of the Technoserv Group’s advisory board, said. “It is in this area that we intend to work with the Skolkovo Foundation.”
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