Joint Research Projects

EU PROGRAM "HORIZON-2020" PROJECT "NUNATARYUK"

University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (France), EU program "Horizon-2020 2017-2022
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Study of the effects of melting permafrost on the global climate and joint development of adaptation and mitigation strategies for the coastal population of the Arctic
Main results (if available): Joint field work in Tiksi by scientists from NEFU and the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. Development of recommendations on research areas, publication of results in scientific journals

LAKE & SEA ICE ALGAE - STUDYING DATA OF LIMNOLOGICAL VARIABLES FOR QUANTITATIVE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE HOLOCENE HISTORY OF YAKUTIA LAKES

Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Potsdam (Germany) 2017-2024
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Investigation of the potential of sedimentary DNA as an indirect indicator of changes in the ice cover in millennial time scales (last 6000 years) by analyzing the taxonomic and functional composition of communities in ice samples, water column and surface sediments, as well as in cores marine and lacustrine sediments from the Fram Strait, northwestern Pacific Ocean and Siberia (Samoilov, Central Yakutia)
Main results (if available): "Conducting complex Russian-German expeditions ("Kytalyk-2017", "Chukotka-2018", "Hamra-2020"). Publication of monographs, teaching aids, publication of WOS articles, Scopus, exchange of scientific knowledge, attraction of students State registration of the database on the characteristics of diatoms, morphometric, hydrochemical, parameters of lakes and reservoirs in the basins of large rivers of Yakutia and the territory of the Novosibirsk Islands

«GLACIAL LEGACY ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF EVERGREEN VS SUMMERGREEN BOREAL FORESTS»

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research (Germany) 2018-2023
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Study of ecosystem functions of boreal forests in North Asia with a consistent empirical and model approach combining pollen data synthesis, sedimentary ancient DNA analysis, vegetative and biophysical studies, vegetation modeling
Main results (if available): Conducting joint expeditions, fieldwork, publishing monographs, publishing articles on WoS, Scopus, sharing scientific knowledge, developing the educational process, attracting students

PLOT – PALEOLIMNOLOGICAL TRANSECT

AWI, Institute of Geology and Mineralogy, University of Cologne, Cologne (Germany) 2015-2019, 2020-2022
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Study of the Late Quaternary climate and environmental history on a transect with a length of more than 6000 km, crossing Northern Eurasia, with an emphasis on potentially old lakes - Lake Ladoga, Bolshoye Shchuchye, Levinson-Lessing, Taimyr and Emanda
Main results (if available): Implementation of the complex Russian-German expedition "Emanda-2017", it is planned to conduct a winter expedition to drill Lake Emanda (April 2021). Publishing monographs, teaching aids, publishing articles WOS, Scopus, sharing scientific knowledge, attracting students. In 2020, an Agreement was signed between NEFU and the Institute of Geology and Mineralogy of the University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany

CARBON IN THE PERMAFROST, CARBON CIRCULATION AND GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS FROM THE MELTING PERMAFROST OF THE NORTHEAST OF SIBERIA IN CHANGING ECOLOGICAL AND CLIMATIC CONDITIONS

University of Hamburg, AWI (Germany), Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute 2017-2020
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Study of the state, formation, circulation and emission of organic carbon in the permafrost landscapes of Eastern Siberia, their response to global warming and how this reaction will affect the local, regional and global carbon balance
Main results (if available): Conducting the paleolimnological international expedition "Magadan-2019" in the basin of Lake Kisi, Magadan region, publishing monographs, publishing articles WoS, Scopus, sharing scientific knowledge, developing the educational process, attracting students

"REVIVAL OF THE MAMMOT AND OTHER FOSSIL ANIMALS"

Sooam Biotech Research Foundation (Republic of Korea) 2012-2022
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Joint scientific research in the field of studying the genome of ancient animals, participation in the educational process and training of highly qualified personnel; expanding ties with Russian and foreign research centers and universities, including inviting highly qualified specialists to conduct joint research, internships for employees and students in such centers, holding joint scientific events
Main results (if available): Opening of the ICCU "Molecular Paleontology" on the basis of the laboratory "P. A. Lazarev Museum of the Mammoth" in 2015. Internships at SOOAM for the NEFU INS students and staff on the topic "Theoretical and practical issues of animal cloning, molecular biology of transgenic technologies and stem cell culture” with obtaining the corresponding certificate. Joint expeditions, excursions to research stations of the NEFU Institute of Applied Ecology of the North in the Verkhoyansk region of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), as a result of which valuable remains of ancient animals were found, as well as video footage was filmed by Fuji Television Network, "Incognitum" Minds Meet documentary film (Belgium), "Ice Age Excavations" documentary film by Renegade Pictures (Great Britain). In 2018, a grant subsidy was received in the form of research and laboratory equipment from the Abu Dhabi Development Fund (UAE). In 2019, The Mammoth exhibition opened in Japan

«PLEISTOCENE AND POSTGLACIAL CANIDS FROM PERMAFROST OF YAKUTIA»

Swedish Museum of Natural History (Sweden) and other international partners (Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Japan) 2015-2023
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Joint scientific research in the field of studying the genome of ancient dogs, expanding ties with Russian and foreign scientific centers and universities, conducting joint scientific events
Main results (if available): Joint scientific research of Tumat puppies with scientists from Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Germany and Japan. In 2018, a scientific cooperation agreement was signed with the Swedish Museum of Natural History

«COPERA: C BUDGET OF ECOSYSTEMS AND CITIES AND VILLAGES ON PERMAFROST IN EASTERN RUSSIAN ARCTIC»

Hokkaido University, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (Japan), University of Alaska Fairbanks (USA), Balmont Forum 2015-2020
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Search for solutions to improve the lives of residents of the Arctic region and reduce costs and carbon dioxide emissions. Monitoring of the dynamics of carbon dioxide and methane fluxes in representative permafrost forest and tundra ecosystems of Eastern Siberia, development of the main parameters of the fuel and energy balance of Yakutia, funded through the “Belmont Forum” Foundation
Main results (if available): Joint research, seminars, lecturing, internships and exchange of students, graduate students, researchers, participation in international scientific conferences. Development of the Sustainable campus program to study the impact of the university on the environment and permafrost, assess energy efficiency and reduce costs

«INTERNATIONAL JOINT RESEARCH CENTER FOR THE ARCTIC ENVIRONMENT AND ECOSYSTEM»

Harbin Institute of Technology (PRC), University of the Arctic 2018-2024
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Modern Arctic research focused on the environment and ecosystem of the Arctic, studying the impact of global climate change on the Arctic environment, long-range transport (LRT) of POPs through air and ocean currents, calculating the volume of these pollutants in the Arctic Ocean, their future trends in the Arctic and the impact on Arctic biota
Main results (if available): Organization and holding of international summer Arctic schools for students on the basis of HIT, in 2020 the summer school "Environment and Human Health" was held online. Academic exchange of students, staff for research, lecturing. In November 2019, NEFU entered into an agreement on scientific cooperation with HIT in order to create a joint international laboratory for the study of the environment of the Asian part of the Arctic and adjacent territories

"HEALTH OF THE INDIGENOUS POPULATION OF YAKUTIA AND ADAPTATION TO A COLD CLIMATE" PROGRAM

Northwestern University, University of Oregon and Yale University (USA) 2019-2023
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Study of the physiology of human adaptation to cold climate conditions and factors that shape the health of the indigenous population of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)
Main results (if available): In 2019, an agreement was signed on joint scientific cooperation with the Global Health Innovation Laboratory at Northwestern University, Center on Teaching and Learning at the University of Oregon and the Department of Anthropology at Yale University to conduct research on the specified program, the Program and Schedule were adopted work (postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic)

"SENSE MAKING, PLACE ATTACHMENT AND EXTENDED NETWORKS AS SOURCES OF SUSTAINABILITY IN THE ARCTIC: RUSSIAN NORTHEAST VECTOR" WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE INTERNATIONAL PROJECT OF THE SEMPER-ARCTIC CONSORTIUM WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF RUSSIA, FRANCE, NORWAY, SWEDEN AND THE NETHERLANDS.

Climate science and environment laboratory, University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (France) 2020-2024
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Systematization of the results obtained in the course of research in two priority research areas - environmental science, public policy and regional development. This will make it possible to assess the socio-economic development of the northeastern Arctic region and develop a concept for the development of mechanisms for increasing the stability of the Arctic communities in the changing paradigm of the development of the Russian Arctic based on the unique experience of the SeMPER-Arctic consortium, based on interdisciplinary and transnational approaches. This project is funded through joint participation in the International Foundation "Belmont Forum": National Research Agency (France), Research Council of Norway (Norway), Russian Foundation for Basic Research (Russia), Swedish Research Council for Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning (Sweden) and the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (Netherlands)
Main results (if available): Research in Bulunsky District of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) has been underway since 2013, case studies will be conducted at pilot sites in the Arctic: on the western and eastern coasts of Greenland, in the Laptev Sea in northeastern Russia.

NORDFORSK “FEASIBILITY STUDY ON CO-PRODUCTION OF KNOWLEDGE BETWEEN RESEARCHERS AND INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION”

The Arctic Institute for Circumpolar Reindeer Husbandry, International Reindeer Husbandry Center (Norway), University of Oulu (Finland) 2020-2021
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Interdisciplinary research on human adaptation in the Arctic, research in the field of climate, ecology, sociology, culture and language. The main goal of the project is to combine traditional and scientific knowledge in the field of traditional farming in the Arctic to improve its qualities
Main results (if available): Conducting videoconferences on the preparation of projects for grants from the University of the Arctic in conjunction with the Nord University and separately with the Arctic University of Norway and the Secretariat of the Arctic Council, to change the project implementation plans due to the coronavirus epidemic

"DIGITALIZATION OF THE LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL HERITAGE OF THE ARCTIC INDIGENOUS PEOPLES" IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE UA THEMATIC NETWORK "HUMAN ADAPTATION IN THE CHANGING ARCTIC"

Working Group on Sustainable Development of the Arctic - Arctic Council, Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, Ministry of Arctic Development and Northern Affairs of Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) 2020-2023
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Fixation, preservation and development of the linguistic and cultural diversity of the indigenous peoples of the Arctic on digital media and the creation of a multicultural environment for communication on the Internet to facilitate the sustainable development of the indigenous peoples of the Arctic in modern conditions
Main results (if available): Planned for implementation within the framework of the working group on sustainable development of the Arctic Council. The Arctic multilingual portal www.arctic-megapedia.ru, carried out within the framework of the project, is a finalist for the “Sterkh” Far East Internet award in the section “The best non-commercial or thematic project of the Far East”, the portal provides general information on 36 indigenous peoples of the North, Siberia and of the Russian Far East

MAFSO (MISSIONS ARCHÉOLOGIQUES FRANÇAISES EN SIBÉRIE ORIENTALE), «THE EAST SIBERIAN FRENCH ARCHAEOLOGICAL MISSION," "COEVOLUTION STUDY OF HUMAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL IN THE ARCTIC ZONE OF YAKUTIA: THE GENETIC HISTORY OF THE POPULATION, ESPECIALLY THE POPULATION DYNAMICS AND THE PREVALENCE OF ZOONOTIC DISEASES"

Laboratory of Molecular Anthropology, Paul Sabatier University of Toulouse, Toulouse 2002-2017, 2018-2019
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Study of the interaction and co-evolution of man and the environment in the Arctic zone of Yakutia in the context of the history of settlement of the Eurasia North-East, the peculiarities of population dynamics and the possible appearance of new infectious and parasitic diseases in the population. Conducting joint scientific research, joint management of graduate students, doctoral students. Internships, production practice at the Paul Sabatier University of Toulouse
Main results (if available): More than 15 Franco-Yakut archaeological expeditions have been carried out. In 2011 the International Associated Laboratory (IAL) “Co-evolution of man and the environment in Eastern Siberia” was established. The International scientific conference "Peoples of the Russia Far East: Problems of Comprehensive Reconstruction of the Historical Past" was held in 2017. Within the framework of the exhibition "Towards the Origin of the Yakuts: Russian-French Archaeological Excavations from 2002 to 2019", public lectures were held on the history, culture and nutrition of the Yakuts on the archaeological, historical and biological data of a professor at the University of Toulouse. P. Sabatier, MD, DSc, Director of the Laboratory for Molecular Anthropology and Computer Graphics, Expedition Leader Eric Krubezi and PhD student at the University of Toulouse. P. Sabatier in anthropology, senior teacher. NEFU them. M.K. Ammosov Lyubomira Romanova. 5 joint publications are issued in international scientific journals.

INDIGENOUS TERRITORIAL RIGHTS IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION: A QUARTER CENTURY ONWARD

University of Northern British Columbia (Canada) 2016-2020
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Study of the rights of the indigenous peoples of the Russian Federation North in the field of land use, human development issues in the circumpolar north, sustainable development in the North
Main results (if available): Participation in international conferences, publications in Geosciences, Scopus, Higher Attestation Commission, Russian Science Citation Index, publication of monographs

LIVE, WORK OR LEAVE? YOUTH – WELLBEING AND THE VIABILITY OF (POST) EXTRACTIVE ARCTIC INDUSTRIAL CITIES IN FINLAND AND RUSSIA

Arctic Center of the University of Lapland, Finnish Academy of Sciences, Petrozavodsk State University (Russia) 2018-2021
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Based on a comparative analysis between Russia and Finland: to identify the determinants of the well-being of young people in Arctic cities; to analyze the importance of legislation and youth development programs in industrial cities from the point of view of key actors influencing the conditions of youth well-being; to develop a theoretical toolkit for analyzing the sustainability of an Arctic industrial city through the prism of youth well-being; analyze the reasons why young people either leave or stay in Arctic cities
Main results (if available): Sociological surveys of young people were conducted in the Murmansk region, the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, a scientific expedition to the Kola Peninsula, an international conference Rovaniemi Arctic Spirit in 2019

«PEOPLES OF THE NORTH-EAST OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION: CHOICE OF A NEW ADAPTIVE STRATEGY IN THE CONDITIONS OF GLOBALIZATION. SOCIO-ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACH (VIEW OF YAKUTSK AND BRITISH RESEARCHERS)"

Scott Polar Research Institute University of Cambridge 2013-2015, 2017-2019, (2018-2020)
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Comprehensive interdisciplinary study of the culture of the peoples of the Russian Federation North-East on the example of Sakha, Evens, Evenks, Yukaghirs, Chukchi and Dolgans, identifying the features of their historical experience of adaptation to the extreme conditions of the natural environment of the North, transformation in conditions of deepening processes of globalization of society
Main results (if available): Publication of 110 scientific articles in high-rated scientific journals Scopus, WoS, of which 80 articles were registered, publication of 2 monographs "Life without the Dead" Piers Vitebsk, "The Origin of the Sakha People" A.I. Gogolev. 20 joint scientific field expeditions in the Russian Federation North-East with the involvement of students, graduate students of NEFU, internships and training of students and graduate students of NEFU, incl. in doctoral studies at the Cambridge University. Joint scientific seminars, lecturing, assistance in writing scientific articles in English. Conducting and participating in international scientific conferences in Finland, Great Britain, Bulgaria. Raising the international ranking of the university.

POLES URBAINS (PUR) – POLAR URBAN CENTRES (PUR)

Aix-Marseille University (France) 2016-2019
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Creation, analysis and dissemination of a database on the settlement and its dynamics, especially about the processes of migration and urbanization in the circumpolar North, to discuss the concepts of vulnerability and resilience in the harsh conditions of globalization. Create models and simulate urbanization to locally draw areas at risk - for example, flood risk.
Main results (if available): Joint scientific research, seminars, round tables, lecturing, internships and exchange of students, graduate students, researchers, participation in international scientific conferences, scientific publications in the journals WoS, Scopus. Participation in the development of the master's program "Applied Geomatics" (under the double degree program with the Aix-Marseille University) in the direction "Geography" at the NEFU Institute of Natural Sciences Department of Geography and Ecology

"TEST RANGE OF AUTOMOBILE TIRES IN THE DISTRICT OF KANGALASSY VILLAGE, YAKUTSK"

Bridgestone Corporation (Japan) 2015-2019
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Implementation of a joint project to create a specialized test site on the basis of project financing for seasonal tests of tires, study and assessment of the properties and characteristics of tires (rubber, rubber compounds), features of the operation of tires in low temperatures
Main results (if available): In 2015 the Memorandum of Intent is signed with Bridgestone Corporation, in 2017 the Cooperation Agreement, and more than 12 tests carried out, in February 2019 the test site was put into operation

"Features of the biogeochemical circulation of substances in the cryolithozone, as one of the mechanisms determining global climate change"

Hokkaido University (Japan) and other international partners 2015-2019
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): "Study of the cycle of biogeochemical substances in representative permafrost forest and forest-tundra ecosystems of North-Eastern Siberia. The following tasks: 1. Study of seasonal variations in the cycles of energy, water and carbon, and their intra-annual variability; 2. Assessment of regional and continental fluxes of energy, water, nitrogen and carbon (CO2 and methane) and their relationship between terrestrial processes and atmospheric conditions.
Main results (if available): Joint scientific research on the basis of the International Scientific and Educational Center for Biogeochemistry and Climatology ( BEST) at the NEFU Institute of Natural Sciences, two scientific stations Institute for Biological Problems of Cryolithozone SB RAS and NEFU. Conducting international summer and winter schools, seminars, lecturing, internships and exchange of students, postgraduates, researchers. Scientific publications in WoS, Scopus editions. A unique SakhaFluxNet observation network has been created to study global climate change in the North-East of the Russian Federation. Developed a master's program "Sustainable Development of the Arctic" jointly with the Hokkaido University in the direction of "Ecology and Nature Management"

"CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY OF NANOMATERIALS AND HYDROCARBONS"

Myongji University (Republic of Korea) 2017-2019
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Improving the reliability and durability of the operation of equipment in the North by significantly improving the technical properties of polymer components and lubricants, imparting new properties to materials and products for friction units of machinery and equipment, creating low-temperature lubricating oils operated in extreme conditions arctic regions
Main results (if available): Research is carried out on the basis of the Educational-Scientific and Technological Laboratory "Technologies of Polymer Nanocomposites" of the NEFU Arctic Innovation Center. In 2017, a technology was developed for the production and processing of structural nanomaterials, new reinforced polymer composite materials based on the polytetrafluoroethylene and a complex filler were developed, new composite materials based on rubber mixtures were developed, characterized by increased frost and wear resistance. Received 3 patents of the Russian Federation, filed 2 applications for inventions. Annually: internships for students at the Myongji University, organization and conduct of the Student Forum on Engineering Design (ICDP)

"ETHNICITY AND NUTRITIONAL CULTURE OF THE PEOPLES OF YAKUTIA" IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE PROJECT OF THE RUSSIAN FOUNDATION FOR BASIC RESEARCH AND THE FRENCH FOUNDATION FOR HUMANITARIAN RESEARCH "PROBLEM OF VALORIZATION AND POPULARIZATION OF NUTRITIONAL NORTHERN PEOPLES IN PRESENCE"

Francois Rabelais University of Tours (France) 2017-2019
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Analysis and identification of the peculiarities of the food traditions of the Yakuts, Evens, Evenks, Yukagirs. The transformation of the food culture of people and monitoring of the metabolic profile are studied in connection with modern changes in the diet.
Main results (if available): Expeditions and a sociological and complex survey of the population of the western and northeastern regions of Yakutia were carried out. The analysis of the research materials is made; the features of the preservation of food traditions at the present stage of the indigenous population are described. Joint scientific and practical seminars, an international research colloquium with the financial support of the French Embassy in Russia were held.

PROGRAM "APPLIED BACHELOR'S DIPLOMA IN OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION IN THE DIRECTION" ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY IN CONSTRUCTION IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION, CHINA AND AZERBAIJAN"

Academy of Grenoble, (France), Erasmus + EU Program 2015-2019
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): "To improve the quality of higher education and its relevance to the labor market and society, to increase the level of skills and abilities in energy efficiency by creating new innovative educational programs. Creation of a new applied bachelor's program in energy efficiency and environmental friendliness in construction in accordance with the Bologna process. Creation of a network educational program in the field of energy"
Main results (if available): Implementation of the bachelor's program at the NEFU Institute of Engineering & Technology. Agreements have been concluded with HTWK Leipzig, Azerbaijan Technical University, Azerbaijan University of Architecture and Construction. Professional development of teachers, internships for students in European universities.

«ESTABLISHING SMART ENERGY SYSTEM CURRICULUM AT RUSSIAN AND VIETNAMESE UNIVERSITIES», ESSENCE

Grenoble Institute of Technology (France), Technical University of Kosice (Slovakia), Riga Technical University (Latvia), Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology, Hanoi University of Mining and Geology (Vietnam), 5 Russian universities: Tomsk Polytechnic University, etc., Erasmus + EU Program 2017-2019(20)
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Development of a new generation master's educational program aimed at combining modern achievements in the field of Smart Energy Systems and IT, which meets the requirements of the Bologna Process and the European Qualifications Concept
Main results (if available): Implementation of the network master's program at the Physics and Technology Institute of NEFU. A basic course "ICT for Smart Energy Systems" has been developed for undergraduates studying the basics of modern energy. NEFU and engineering universities of Vietnam agreed to consider the possibility of joint research in the field of energy and student exchange.

"EXPERT TRAINING PROGRAM FOR LEADERSHIP IN ECOLOGY, CULTURE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE FAR EAST AND ARCTIC REGIONS (EAST RUSSIA-JAPAN EXPERT EDUCATION CONSORTIUM - RJE3 CONSORTIUM)

Hokkaido University (Japan), 5 Far Eastern universities of the Russian Federation, Japan Government MEXT program 2014-2019
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Training of highly qualified specialists who can play a leading role in education, culture, ecology and sustainable development of the regions of Siberia and the Far East
Main results (if available): Conducting summer and winter schools at NEFU and Hokkaido University, internships for undergraduates. Opening of a joint master's program "Sustainable development of the Arctic" in the direction: "Ecology and environmental management" at the NEFU Institute of Natural Sciences Department of Geography and Ecology

"DENDROCHRONOLOGICAL RESEARCH IN THE TERRITORY OF YAKUTIA"

Federal Research Institute WSL (Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research), Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Potsdam (Germany) 2019
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Research on the study of the dynamics of forest development at the northern limit of its distribution using dendrochronological research methods
Main results (if available): Organization of an international paleodendrochronological expedition to Anyui volcano, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, collection and nanliz of dendrochronological material on the territory of Chukotka Autonomous Okrug (August-September 2019)
NEFU coordinators: NEFU Institute of the East, Nikolaev Anatoly Nikolaevich rector@s-vfu.ru

«CHALLENGES IN ARCTIC GOVERNANCE: INDIGENOUS TERRITORIAL RIGHTS IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION»

University of Lapland (Finland), The Arctic University of Norway (Norway) 2016-2019
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Study of the problems and mechanisms of management of the territories of traditional residence of the indigenous peoples of the North in the Russian Federation, ensuring and guaranteeing their rights by the state
Main results (if available): Participation in international conferences, publications in Geosciences, Scopus, Higher Attestation Commission, Russian Science Citation Index, publication of monographs

MOLECULAR BASIS OF LYSOSOMAL DYSFUNCTION CLARIFIED BY THE ANALYSIS OF RARE GENETIC DISORDERS

Kawasaki Medical School, Okayama (Japan) 2018-2020
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Research on rare genetic diseases in collaboration with the Kawasaki Medical School, Okayama (Japan), Department of Pathophysiology and Metabolism (Professor T. Otomo).
Main results (if available): A grant was won for a post-doctoral internship under the program of the Japanese Society for Promotion of Science JSPS by senior researcher of the Research Laboratory "Molecular Medicine and Human Genetics" of NEFU IM, Ph.D., Vasiliev F.F. at the Kawasaki Medical School (Okayama, Japan) in 2018-2020.

INVESTIGATION OF PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND DEVELOPING THERAPY FOR MUCOPOLYSACCHARIDOSIS-PLUS SYNDROME

Kawasaki Medical School, Okayama (Japan) 2020-2025
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Finding out the pathophysiology of a new hereditary disease, mucopolysaccharidosis-plus, and the search for effective therapy
Main results (if available): This research will be carried out at the Kawasaki Medical School (Japan) under the guidance of Professor T. Otomo, postgraduate student of NEFU, geneticist Sofronova Victoria Maksimovna within the framework of the awarded grant of the Government of Japan Monbukagakusho Scholarship: MEXT under the "Research Assistant" program

SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION IN THE FIELD OF MEDICAL GENETICS

Niigata University (Japan) 2011-2020
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Cooperation with the Niigata University (Japan), Department of Neurology and Genetics (Professor O. Onodera) - joint publications and research in the field of medical genetics, exchange, training of students and staff.
Main results (if available): Agreement between the Institute of Medicine and the Niigata University School of Medicine dated November 3, 2011, participation of employees in international conferences

DEVELOPMENT OF NEW METHODS FOR MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS OF SPINOCEREBELLAR ATAXIAS AND NEW APPROACHES TO TREATMENT.

Krasnoyarsk State Medical University (Krasnoyarsk), University of Bristol (England), Kant Baltic Federal University 2019-2020
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Creation of a consortium for molecular diagnostics and therapy of ataxia (an agreement between NEFU and Krasnoyarsk State Medical University was signed in 2020)
Main results (if available): A satellite symposium was held within the framework of the Congress "Ecology and Human Health in the North" in 2019. Lectures were given by Professor S.A. Kasparov, senior researcher A.N. Shuvaev.

IMPROVEMENT OF KNOWLEDGE ABOUT MICRORNA-MEDIATED GENE REGULATION ON THE EXAMPLE OF ONCOLOGY AND HUMAN POPULATION GENETICS

Kingston University (Kingston, Canada) 2019-2020
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Collaborative publications and research in the field of medical genetics in collaboration with Kingston University (Kingston, Canada), Professor Neil Rainwick
Main results (if available): Joint participation in the application for a grant from the Russian Science Foundation and a mega-grant of the Russian Federation in 2019 and 2020

"IMPLEMENTATION OF APPROACHES OF MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY OF PLANTS FOR THE STUDY OF WILD PLANTS OF THE NORTH TO IDENTIFY AND USE STRESS-ADAPTIVE GENES"

Pusan National University (South Korea) 2017 – 2020
The main goals and objectives of the program (project):
Main results (if available): Thanks to this project, an innovative interdisciplinary applied master's program "Cellular Biotechnologies" (2017-2019 academic year) was introduced in the direction of training 06.04.01 "Biology"