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  • ITMO Signs Cooperation Agreements With Belarusian Universities

    ITMO’s Technology Transfer Center has signed collaboration agreements with three Belarusian research institutions: the Belarusian State Academy of Communications, the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics (BSUIR), as well as BSUIR’s Technopark. The agreements concern the potential introduction of ITMO's technological solutions to the Belarusian market and the establishment of a network for exchanging knowledge and experience.


  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #7

    Welcome back to our Monday Science Roundup. Hungry for knowledge? This time, we’ve got a smorgasbord of freshly-caught scientific discoveries, a tasting set of educational opportunities, and a bubbling pot of pop-sci facts!


  • Flexible Electronics and Sensors: Researchers Develop Improved Method for Copper Micropattern Printing

    Scientists from ITMO University and the Institute of Chemistry of St. Petersburg State University have developed a more affordable and efficient method that makes printing copper micropatterns on a glass surface 100 times faster. The resulting micropatterns can be used  in various devices, such as chemical sensors, flexible electronics, and anti-theft systems.


  • ITMO Researchers Combine Perovskites and Carbon Nanotubes in New High-Precision Device

    Perovskites are a class of semiconductors that are being actively researched in light of their unique physical properties. In the past decade, solar cells based on these materials have attained a commercial level of effectiveness. In a new study, researchers from ITMO have presented a prototype version of a photodetector based on carbon nanotubes and perovskites. ITMO.NEWS spoke with the authors to find out what new prospects for flexible electronics the project offers. 


  • TVs for Instagram Videos and Flying Taxis: 2020 Consumer Electronics Show

    Every January, the US city of Las Vegas hosts one of the world’s largest tech exhibitions, Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which aims to showcase the trends that will define the development of hi-tech in the following year. This is where many corporations opt for premiering their newest releases. In this article, ITMO.NEWS continues the exploration of the ideas presented, from the most cutting-edge to the most gimmicky. You can get another, first-hand look at the exhibition’s display here.