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Biysk

(Russian bijsk) ,

Biisk

or

Bisk

n
(Placename) a city in SW Russia, at the foot of the Altai Mountains. Pop: 216 000 (2005 est)

Bisk

or Biysk

(byisk)

n.
a city in the S Russian Federation in Asia, near the Ob River, SE of Barnaul. 231,000.
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Scientists of Altai State Technical University (AltSTU) have won a grant of the Russian Fundamental Research Fund and China's National Natural Science Fund for 2019-2020, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor of the Measuring Methods and Instruments and Automation Department at the Biysk Technological Institute (a branch of the AltSTU) Vladimir Khmelyov said, Trend reports referring toTASS.
(d) Institute for Problems of Chemical and Energetic Technologies, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, I Socialisticheskaya Street, Biysk, Russia
Modern spatial structure if the economics of the region is determined by the high extent of economic activity in the chief centers if Altai territory--the Barnaul agglomeration in Biysk. For the purpose of increase of the economic stability of the territory it is necessary to provide distribution of economic activity of the centers existing now, as well as to achieve creation of new centers of economic development, which will reduce shifts of spatial development, increase the territorial flexibility of the economic structure, to provide the growth of the level and the quality of living of the population in villages and towns.
Shukshin 659333, Biysk, Altai Region, Russia, 53 Korolenko Street
The man arrived in Biysk, Altai Krai, with 9 kg of heroin the time he was caught by police.
Petersburg (Russia) and in the old Siberian cities of Tomsk and Biysk.
Inteleca operates in Barnaul and Biysk, the two largest cities in the Altai region, with a total population of 800,000.
The Altaiskiy Broiler site has production capacity of 36 million eggs per year, and its poultry and poultry meat products are being marketed primarily in Biysk, Kemerovo region, under the trademark "Altayiskiy Broiler".
The new cities include Krasnodar, Ujno-Sakhalinsk, Kemerovo, Novotroitsk, Bratsk, Angarsk, Biysk, Rubtsovsk, Prokopyevsk, Tolyatti, Novokuybyshevsk, Saratov, Dimitrovgrad, Astrakhan, Taganrog, Shakhty, Novocherkassk, Novomoskovsk, Rybinsk, Magnitogorsk, Orsk, and Kamensk Uralskiy.
Gosha was bought as a pet by a wealthy Russian family in Biysk, Siberia, but was later abandoned after becoming uncontrollable.
The seven crew members of the Greenpeace flagship Rainbow Warrior, who on Tuesday evening chained themselves to logs on the 2,360-ton Russian timber vessel Biysk at Shimminato port, have returned to their ship, the group said in a press release.
Biysk Oleum Plant in Russia's Altai region will begin delivery of octane-increasing additives in Azerbaijan, Executive Director of the plant Viktor Golovin said on May 25commenting on the results of his visit to Azerbaijan.