Dubna


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Dubna

(ˈdʌbnə)
n
(Placename) a new town in W Russia, founded in 1956: site of the United Institute of Nuclear Research. Pop: 60 951 (2002)
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In Gatchina and Dubna, projects of modern megascience class research facilities are already being implemented.
5-km Lietavska Laka Dubna Skala, may also be delayed.
25 (Petra)-- A Jordanian PhD student of National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute) conducted a unique experiment for new method of nondestructive testing at the pulsed fast reactor IBR-2 in Dubna city, Russia.
Element 115 will receive the moniker "moscovium," shortened to Me, after the Moscow region, home to the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna, where the element was discovered in collaboration with researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California and Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee.
This hub will be installed at the Dubna satellite centre operated by RSCC, near Moscow.
Elements 115, 117 and 118 were created by a collaborative effort between the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna, Russia, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, California, while researchers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee were also involved in the discovery of elements 115 and 117.
At the 2005 Dubna summer camp, distinguished Russian mathematician Arnold delivered lectures to undergraduate and advanced high school students who were planning to enter mathematics.
A Jupiter Gateway was installed at the Satellite Communications Center (SCC) in Khabarovsk, and a Network Management System (NMS) was installed at the SCC in Dubna, Moscow Region.
It will run from Lietavska Lu'ka - Viš'ove - Dubna Skala.
The parties signed a letter of intent Thursday to cooperate on building the collider, planned for 2017, on the premises of the already existing Nuclotron particle accelerator in the town of Dubna, RIA Novosti reported.
It includes the large antisubmarine ship Severomorsk, the salvage tug Altai, and the tanker Dubna, as well as a contingent of naval infantry subunits.
The discovery of both elements has been credited to a collaborative team based at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna, Russia, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California, US.