Graduate student Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radio Electronics (TUCSR) developed a device for the diagnosis of cancer in the early stages, the work Tomic was among the winners of All-Russian competition for the support of high-tech innovative youth projects and receive funding for implementation, said Tuesday the press service of the regional administration.
"Anton Ubaychin is the author of the project The radiometric system for early diagnosis of cancer. This is not just an innovative idea: Currently, scientists are already working TUSUR technological study of a prototype of the device. In its creation involved the collective Cancer Research Institute of RAMS, which will be the first test of the device, "- said in a statement.
The unique design is that it can be used to determine the presence of cancer in its earliest stages, when there was a structural change in tissues. "In contrast to the existing counterparts, the device allows you to quickly, accurately, without bloodshed and without harm to health as a by radiation to diagnose", — the press service of the regional administration.
All-Russian competition for the support of high-tech innovative youth projects is a major project of search, selection and financial support to the authors of promising youth (under 35) of innovative projects from all regions of Russia.
Preference is given to projects relating to the five priority areas of modernization of the economy, marked by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev: energy efficiency and resource conservation (including the development of new fuels), medical technology, modern information technology and software, nuclear technology, and telecommunications and space industry ( including GLONASS and ground-based infrastructure development program).
Financial support is provided through the submission of grants in the amount corresponding to the practical significance of the project, the expected effect of its implementation and the current state of its development — from 100 thousand to 1.5 million rubles.