It is the state’s second largest university, with an official enrollment of 21,059 in the Fall 2012 semester. In 2011 students represented 50 states, the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands, and 83 countries. The Springfield campus is one of two degree granting institutions within the Missouri State University System, the other being a two-year campus in West Plains, Missouri.
A bachelor of science in business from MSU is offered at the Missouri State University Branch Campus Dalian in the People’s Republic of China. In addition to its main campus, MSU maintains a fruit research station in Mountain Grove and the Department of Defense and Strategic Studies program housed in Fairfax, Virginia.
The school is classified by the Carnegie foundation as one of six master’s colleges and universities in Missouri. The school was ranked 53rd of the Midwestern regional universities by the 2012 U.S. News and World Report. In this category, MSU is the second highest ranked public school in Missouri and fifth overall for undergraduates.
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Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russian: Московский государственный университет имени М. В. Ломоносова, Moskóvskiy gosudárstvennyy universitét ímeni M. V. Lomonósova), previously known as Lomonosov University or MSU (Russian: университет Ломоносова, Universitét Lomonósova; Russian: МГУ, MGU), is the oldest and largest university in Russia.
Founded in 1755, the university was renamed in honor of its founder, Mikhail Lomonosov, in 1940. It also claims to have the tallest educational building in the world. Its current rector is Viktor Sadovnichiy.
A few more narrowly specialized Moscow colleges, including the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and the Moscow State Institute of International Relations were split off from MSU at one time or another and have since established strong reputations of their own, arguably even surpassing their parent in terms of prestige and quality of education.
The university has well-established contacts with the most distinguished universities in the world, exchanging students and lecturers with the leading international institutions of higher education. It houses the UNESCO International Demography Courses, the UNESCO Hydrology Courses, the International Biotechnology Center, the International LASER Center, courses or seminars on Russian as a foreign language. In 1991 the French University College, the Russian-American University and the Institute of German Science and Culture were opened.
The university has awarded honorary degrees to more than 60 scientists, statesmen and politicians from abroad. Many prominent university scholars and scientists in return hold honorary degrees from foreign academies and universities.
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Michigan State University (MSU) is a public research university located in East Lansing, Michigan, United States and is the first land-grant institution that was created to serve as a model for future land-grant colleges in the country under the 1862 Morrill Act.
MSU pioneered the studies of packaging, hospitality business, supply chain management, and telecommunication.
Following the introduction of the Morrill Act, the college became coeducational and expanded its curriculum beyond agriculture. Today, MSU is the ninth-largest university in the United States (in terms of enrollment), with 49,300 students (2013–14) and 2,954 faculty members.
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MSU chemists created a material able to enhance a charge rate of li-ion batteries drastically
Nowadays Li-ion batteries power a wide range of electronic devices: mobile phones, tablets, laptops. They became popular in 90s and subsequently ousted widespread nickel-metal hydride batteries.
However, Li-ion batteries suffer a number of disadvantages. For example, their capacity may drop when temperature falls below zero. The price is also discomforting, which is mostly caused by use of expensive lithium-containing materials. For instance, Li-ion batteries make about half a price of a popular electro car Tesla Model S. On the other hand, Li-ion batteries are compact, easy to use and highly capacious, which means that your device would live long having a relatively small battery.
A key element of the Li-ion batteries limiting its capacity is a material used for its cathode. For the majority of the materials their capacity limit has already been reached. Hence, scientists and engineers are actively searching for new cathode materials capable of recharging completely within minutes, operate under high current densities, and store more energy.
One of the most prospective classes of cathode materials for a new generation of Li-ion batteries are fluoride-phosphates of transition metals.
The work directed by Prof. Evgeny Antipov (correspondent member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the head of the MSU Electrochemistry Department) was carried out by a team of MSU research scientists together with their Russian and Belgian colleagues. It was devoted to creation of a new high-power cathode material based on a fluoride-phosphate of vanadium and potassium for Li-ion batteries. The results were published in Chemistry of Materials(current IF — 8.354)
‘The work is based on a simple idea of geometric and crystal-chemical conformity of ionic sublattices,’ — says Stanislav Fedotov, one of the authors, junior research scientist at Electrochemistry Department, Faculty of Chemistry, MSU.
The scientists succeeded to stabilize a unique crystal structure, which provides a fast transport of lithium ions through spatial cavities and channels. Consequently, the suggested cathode material demonstrated high charge/discharge rates (down to 90 seconds) retaining more than 75% of an initial specific capacity. With its morphology and composition optimized, this material may become a serious contender to such well-known and commercialized high-power cathode materials as NaSICON.
According to the authors, the results of the presented work may not only open up ample opportunities in searching and further synthesis of new cathode materials for Li-ion batteries, but also promote the development of a new battery type where a role of a mobile ion (a charge carrier) would be performed by potassium ions instead of lithium.
‘It is assumed that such batteries would not only deliver high energy density, but would also be economically attractive due to a replacement of expensive lithium-containing components with cheaper and hence affordable potassium-containing analogues’ — explains Stanislav Fedotov.
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The Mississippi State University of Agriculture and Applied Science, commonly known as Mississippi State University (MSU), is a land-grant university located in Oktibbeha County, Mississippi, United States, partially in the town of Starkville and partially in an unincorporated area.
Mississippi State, Mississippi, is the official designation for the area that encompasses the university.
It is classified as a “comprehensive doctoral research university with very high research activity” by the Carnegie Foundation. The university has campuses in Starkville (main), Meridian, Biloxi, and Vicksburg, Mississippi.