LABORATORY OF X-RAYNANOMICROSCOPY named V.A.Burtsev
WHAT WE DO?
Develop desktop X-ray lasers
X-ray lasers is capable of generating coherent radiation in the X-ray wavelength range. It is a desktop alternative to capillary plasma-based synchrotron radiation. The installation provides highly informative and does not require preliminary preparation of objects.
Develop computer tomographs for nano-objects
Сomputer tomographs with a resolution of about 15 nm are being developed. Tomograph will allow to obtain a three-dimensional image of a living cell, which clearly shows the internal structure of the nucleus, organelles, as well as all the processes occurring inside the cell and the nucleus.
Develop desktop X-ray submicroscopes
The complex allows you to conduct research on a living cell in real time, which is important for studying nanostructures, the internal structure of the nucleus, and basic research in the field of crystallography. The microscope has a high actual resolution of 50 nm at a wavelength of 46.8 nm (in the future, the theoretical resolution is 3 nm at a wavelength of 2 nm).
Carry out basic research on the transformation of healthy cells into cancer
Our developments are widely used in medical research, in particular, in the field of oncology. Translucent core of a living cell in real time, acting on the cell with x-rays, you can get unique information about intracellular processes, as well as find mechanisms that will activate the body's immune system to destroy cancer cells.
BURTSEV VLADIMIR ANATOLIEVICH
Scientific director Dr.Sc.
Scientific project management; setting goals; creation of physical and mathematical models of processes in an x-ray nanomicroscope
BURTSEV ANATOLIY ALEKSANDROVICH
Project management; product commercialization
BELSKIY DENIS BORISOVICH
Technical project management
LETUNOVSKAYA MARINA VALERIEVNA
Project Leader Ph.D.
Research Project Management
OSMAKOV ILYA ANATOLIEVICH
Biological Data Engineer
Machine Learning Modeling for biomedical applications
SAMOHVALOV ANDREY ALEKSANDROVICH
Senior Scientist Ph.D.
Development of a nanomicroscope cell tomography system; conducting experiments