Innovative developments of AltSU interested the participants of VUZPROMEXPO-2020

14 December 2020 Department of Information and Media Communications
On December 11, the VII annual national exhibition VUZPROMEXPO-2020, organized by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, completed its work in Moscow. Altai State University took an active part in the work of the exhibition forum.

Within the framework of the exhibition, 381 business events were held with the participation of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia, the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia, the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, and the Ministry of Communications of Russia.

This year, the exhibition VUZPROMEXPO-2020 demonstrated the consolidation of the efforts of federal government bodies, scientific, educational and business communities in solving the tasks set in the Strategy of Scientific and Technological Development of the Russian Federation.

The flagship university of Altai Krai presented effective and popular applied research and development at the exhibition. The following exhibits aroused particular interest among representatives of flagship universities in Russia, representatives of government and business authorities of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation:

• technology for the production of microbiological preparations for agriculture, which ensures an improvement in growth, productivity, safety, quality indicators of the final product, which provides an opportunity to reorient a number of farms to more profitable production of new types of products, including environmentally friendly ones by increasing the profitability of agricultural enterprises by 30-50 %;

• innovative biological products and technologies for the agro-industrial complex, including new methods of quality control of biologically active compounds and medicines. In particular, a fluorometer for measuring the concentration of DNA, RNA, and proteins. This device is designed for routine measurements of DNA, RNA and protein concentrations. The use of inexpensive and well-proven fluorescent dyes reduces measurement costs to unprecedented levels. The quality of measurement is at the level of world-famous devices, while the cost of the device itself is 5 times less, and the cost of measurement is 30 times less;

• technological platforms for the development of diagnostic and immuno-therapeutic agents for the treatment of oncological diseases, which make it possible to identify the molecular subtypes of oncological diseases using minimally invasive methods. The advantage of the presented microchip technology in comparison with traditional research methods is a high speed of big data analysis, a minimum amount of the analyzed biomaterial, a one-time detection of a large number of markers, and a low research cost.

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