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Korolev Rocket-Space Corporation ENERGIA approved the picosatellite AVIS-P design.

Nova Science Publishers, Inc., New York, has issued a monograph by Valery Sorokin, Vitaly Chmyrev and Masashi Hayakawa "Electrodynamic Coupling of Lithosphere-Atmosphere-Ionosphere of the Earth" in series "Earth Science in the 21 Century".

GT has concluded a contract with Korolev Rocket-Space Corporation ENERGIA on the development of picosatellite AVIS-P.

GT has received three patents: "Protective container for independent research hardware" (No.2536417), "Transport and launch container for launching pico- and nanosatellites" (No.2541617) and "Picosatellite" (No. 2550241).

Project AVIS is included in the Long-term Program of Scientific and Applied Research and Experiments on the Russian Segment of the International Space Station.

GT acting in collaboration with University College London and the Institute of Bio-Medical Problems of Russian Academy of Sciences has concluded the R&D Agreement with Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skolkovo Tech).

GT has obtained a contract of Korolev RSC ENERGIA on the development of protective container for pico satellite.

GT has got a Stanford University purchase order for the Dual-Coil ULF/VLF magnetic sensor.

GEOSCAN Technologies (GT) was established in October 2004 for implementation of R&D in the fields of space technologies and telecommunications, geophysics, radio science and space physics, monitoring of natural and technological disasters with use of ground-based, aerial and space platforms. The Company is involved in the development of methods and tools for large magnitude earthquake forecasting, the design and building of communication devices and systems for the stratospheric and space vehicles, and the development of micro, nano and pico satellites.

Through close working relationship and strategic partnership with academic institutions and aerospace industries in Russia and other countries, GT is able to identify new scientific ideas and opportunities and formulate strategies for converting these intellectual properties into viable business propositions. Keeping in line with the best traditions of the Russian scientific community, new ideas are first rigorously tested and proven before introduced in the global market for commercial exploitation.

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