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Below are selected scientific achievements from the public press all over the world:

STCU organized a promotional mission to the US

November 27, 2013

STCU’s Deputy Executive Director, Vic Korsun met with the Ukrainian Consuls in San Francisco and in Chicago to discuss how STCU R&D projects with American businesses, universities and government organizations are developing Ukrainian science expertise and developing start-up companies.

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Technologic meeting "Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials business and industrial areas"

November 19, 2013

On 22 November, 2013 in Kiev, Ukraine will be an international technology meeting, "Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials for Business and Industry" as part of the State Target Scientific and Technical Program "Nanotechnologies and Nanomaterials ". This event is organized in close cooperation with the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) and many other regional and international organizations. The meeting will facilitate contacts between science and business, which is a very serious problem in Ukraine.

The main purpose of the event is operative delivery information to business and industrial, commercialization of scientific and technological results and establishing links between science, industrial sector and business organizations.

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e-Go aeroplane: Norfolk test flight for Cambridge plane

October 30, 2013

A new type of single-seater aeroplane, capable of flying at 177 km/h (110mph), has been given its first public test-flight in the skies above East Anglia. The £50,000 e-Go, created by a company based near Cambridge, is claimed by the manufacturer to be the first new aircraft built in the UK for years.

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Secret Google Project Could Transform Construction Industry

October 18, 2013

Google’s secret development department, Google X (responsible for Google’s very cool, although non-core initiatives, such as Google Glass and driverless cars) is reportedly working on a new technology that could transform the construction industry – as well as architecture itself. It goes by the name of “Genie.”

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A Million-Year Hard Disk

November 26, 2013

It seems these days that no data storage medium lasts long before becoming obsolete—does anyone remember Sony's Memory Stick? So have pity for the builders of nuclear waste repositories, who are trying to preserve records of what they've buried and where, not for a few years but for tens of thousands of years.

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STCU staff plans to visit US cities November 4-13

November 1, 2013

STCU staff plans to visit US cities November 4-13, 2013 to promote Engineering Services in Ukraine and CIS countries. STCU will be providing information about doing business with institutes and universities. We welcome your participation and your inquiries. Save the dates. Location and time information will follow later.

  • San Francisco Nov. 4-5, 2013
  • Chicago Nov. 7-9, 2013
  • Washington, DC Nov. 11-13, 2013

A Sapphire Hard Disk Will Last 1 Million Years (But You Can't Afford It)

October 30, 2013

Though hard disk drive technology has improved in recent times, you'd be a brave soul indeed to use one for more than a couple of years without backing it up. But now a team of scientists has made a hard disk from sapphire which it claims will last 1 million years—just don't expect to be able to afford it.

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Arizona Utility Tries Storing Solar Energy for Use in the Dark

October 17, 2013

When it snowed in Flagstaff, Ariz., recently, thousands of people woke up and turned up their electric heating, and Arizona Public Service saw electricity demand reach a morning peak. To meet the demand, the company used the previous afternoon’s sunshine. In a closely watched new solar project called Solana, the energy is gathered in a three-square-mile patch of desert bulldozed flat near Gila Bend, about 50 miles southwest of Phoenix.

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