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Through the kidneys to the exit: scientists from NUST MISIS learn how to safely excrete nanomedicines

Scientists at the National University of Science and Technology “MISIS” (NUST MISIS) have identified a new mechanism for removing magnetic nanoparticles through the kidneys, which will help to create more effective and safe drugs. The results of the study are published in the Journal of Controlled Release. Continue reading Through the kidneys to the exit: scientists from NUST MISIS learn how to safely excrete nanomedicines

Enago webinar

Getting Your Manuscript Edited by Professional Editors – Why is it Beneficial?

17 July, 2019; 8:30 – 9:30 AM (EDT)

Are you uncertain about your English writing skills? Do you need help to communicate your research effectively? Researchers often face challenges in publishing their work in international peer-reviewed journals due to language constraints. Getting assistance from a professionally experienced editor helps you present your data clearly and eliminate the common language and grammar errors. Continue reading Getting Your Manuscript Edited by Professional Editors – Why is it Beneficial?

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2nd International Conference in Academic Writing: Current Challenges and Future Perspectives |17-19 October, 2019

This conference aims to promote a more systematic approach to writing center pedagogy in Russia and to gain collective insights on different perspectives of collaboration. Check the web: http://nwcc2019.ru/ Continue reading 2nd International Conference in Academic Writing: Current Challenges and Future Perspectives |17-19 October, 2019

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30 Shades of Steel: Scientists Develop “Cheat Sheet” for the Creation of New Steels

Researchers from the National University of Science and Technology “MISIS” developed a database that will help create new grades of steels. This will to speed up the process of creating innovative steel grades with specified strength and ductility allow at least 10 times, which will allow manufacturing car bodies of the most complex shapes. Article on the research is published in “Calphad”. Continue reading 30 Shades of Steel: Scientists Develop “Cheat Sheet” for the Creation of New Steels

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The Art of Crafting the Perfect Expository Essay

An expository essay is a similar basic form of an essay. Its motivation is to acquaint a reader with a point and adequately and advise them on it. It has a characterized structure, as all essays do, thus in case you’re new to writing papers, and you make them figure out how to do before you can create a respectable expository essay. A standout amongst the ideal approaches to figure out how to compose an informative essay is to get great representative precedents, figure out and examine them. Continue reading The Art of Crafting the Perfect Expository Essay

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Jobs in the Native English-Speaking World: Create your CV

June 25, 2019, NUST MISiS, MOSCOW (17:00 – 18:30)
Are you interested in a job, fellowship, scholarship or study in a native English-speaking country? CV formats don’t translate well, and what is correct in one country will disqualify you in another. Learn how to construct a CV that will help you get the interview that will help you get the job. Create a CV based on your credentials, tailored to a specific job posting that you bring with you to this workshop. Continue reading Jobs in the Native English-Speaking World: Create your CV

Citation-Indexing

WEBINAR: Getting Indexed in International Citation Databases

Citations – often termed as​ intellectual transactions, acknowledgment of​ intellectual debts, and​ conceptual association—are a link between the author’s current study and already published work. It not only provides credibility to the author’s work but also helps funders evaluate the impact of the research study. Continue reading WEBINAR: Getting Indexed in International Citation Databases