TPU to Lead Team of Scientists in Large-Scale Study of Ecological Condition of Rivers

Scientists from Tomsk Polytechnic University, together with their colleagues from Sweden and Finland, will conduct a large-scale study in the Murmansk region to identify the causes of the accumulation...
02 July 2021

TPU Scientists First Study Composition of Pore Waters in Methane Cold Seep of Eastern Arctic Seas

Young scientists of Tomsk Polytechnic University as a part of the team of Arctic researchers have studied pore waters in three areas of methane release on the surface. They first managed to define in...
23 April 2021

TPU Scientists Offer Method for Producing Frost-Resistant Fuel Oil from Old Tire Casing

Scientists of Tomsk Polytechnic University have developed a technology for producing frost-resistant fuel oil from old tire casing. They were the first in Russia to test a method of steam gasification...
19 April 2021

TPU Scientists First Collect Sediment Samples in the Cold Methane Seep near the Lena River Delta

Young TPU scientists have returned from a 40-day international Arctic expedition aboard the research vessel “Akademik Mstislav Keldysh” to the Eastern Arctic seas.
19 November 2020

TPU Professor Presents Arctic Expedition Results at Presidium of RAS

TPU Professor Igor Semiletov, Head of the International Research Laboratory for Arctic Seas Carbon, Pacific Oceanological Institute of the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Corres...
12 November 2020

Russian Scientists to Study Effects of Permafrost Melting in Eastern Arctic Seas

Today, the TPU scientists jointly with colleagues from other Russian and international research centers and universities will set sail from Arkhangelsk for an expedition to reveal the biogeochemical a...
16 September 2019

TPU scientists summarize understanding of the Arctic system over the past 25 years

Scientists scientifically substantiated the fact that a state of subsea permafrost becomes a leading driver of the Arctic climate system functioning.
11 July 2019

TPU scientists develop emulsified fuel for northern regions

An alternative fuel out of diesel and water is capable to function even at negative temperatures.
18 March 2019

Fuel for the future for the Arctic is developed at TPU

The research team of TPU is working on gel-like fuel, which can be used in extreme cold. The main components of the fuel will include used oils from power plants and combustible liquid waste of petrol...
25 February 2019

Molecular modeling at TPU helps Russia to develop the Arctic territory

The study of the university researcher Evgenia Frantsina dedicated to molecular modeling in hydrocarbons will bring scientific community closer to the creation of an advanced frost-resistant fuel.
06 August 2018

TPU scientists develop a robotic greenhouse for the Arctic

TPU developments phytotrons, ceramic emitters, spectroscopic studies, automated control systems will be combined within a robotic greenhouse for extreme operating conditions.
20 June 2018

Radionuclides indicate mainland groundwater discharge to Arctic shelf

During expeditions to the Siberian Arctic seas scientists of Tomsk Polytechnic University proven that mainland permafrost groundwater penetrates to the Arctic shelf. Such a zone of penetration was dis...
29 November 2017

Norwegian research institutions interested in the study of the Arctic with Tomsk Polytechnic University

Advisor for Education, Science and Technology to the Embassy of Norway to Russia Radina Trengereid and Senior Advisor, Coordinator for Cooperation with Russia Tatiana Savinova of the Arctic University...
18 September 2017

TPU scientists deny climate model of IPCC

The rate of vertical degradation of subsea permafrost in the East Siberian Arctic Shelf (ESAS) is 18 cm a year over the past 30 years, which is greater than previously thought. Scientists received thi...
11 August 2017

Super strong polymer for Arctic applications derived from petrochemical waste

A research team from Tomsk Polytechnic University, the University of Ghent (Belgium) and Wuhan University of Technology (China) developed a polymer which retains its strength even at extremely low tem...
02 June 2017

TPU Scientists: Transport Pollution Causes Greatest Harm to Atmosphere in the Russian Arctic

Scientists from Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU) and the Pacific Oceanological Institute, Far East Branch, the Russian Academy of Sciences (POI FEB RAS) has completed a study aimed at clarifying the...
17 February 2017

Government Council on Grants Extended TPU Arctic Research for Two Years

Russian Government Council on Grants decided to extend megagrant for the research «Siberian Arctic shelf as a greenhouse gas source of planetary significance», conducted by the internation...
30 January 2017