The Prize Committee announced its decision this week.
Grant applications for this programs are available to young researchers aged under 35 and teams of such researchers comprising up to 5 persons.
Individual prizes of 44,000 rubles each went to the following employees of Kazan Federal University:
Aleksey Andreev, Institute of Physics - Study of selenophysical and meteoroid systems with the use of a synthetic method based on harmonic analysis, fractal geometry and robust estimates
Dmitry Kornilov, Institute of Chemistry - Method for predicting the effect of accelerating pericyclic reactions in the field of high pressures and temperatures;
Marsel Fazlyiakhmatov, Institute of Engineering - Ultrasonic sensors with protective polymer coatings for solving engineering problems and a hardware-software complex of ultrasonic scanning based on them;
Konstantin Usachev, Institute of Fundamental Medicine and Biology - Staphylococcus aureus translation control factors.
Grants of 250,000 rubles each go to the research teams headed by the following employees:
Yuliya Cherednichenko, Institute of Fundamental Medicine and Biology - Adhesive biocompatible nanofilms for the cultivation of stem cells and microorganisms;
Alsu Nadyrova, Institute of Fundamental Medicine and Biology - Microbial ribonuclease versus tumor metastasis;
Denis Ponomaryov, Institute of Chemistry - Synthesis of phosphonium salts based on dihydropyran and dihydropyranone derivatives of lupane triterpenoids with potential antibacterial activity;
Darya Itkina, Institute of Fundamental Medicine and Biology - Bbiotechnological basis of the new phytate-hydrolyzing bacterial strain BacillusgisengihumiМ2.11 for its use as biofertilizer in the agricultural complex of the Republic of Tatarstan;
Radmir Ivanov, Institute of Social and Philosophical Sciences and Mass Communications – School Conflict Management Open Lab.
Source text: Larisa Busil
Photo: Alexander Kuznetsov
Translation: Yury Nurmeev