Institute for Nuclear Research

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Institute for Nuclear Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences (INR RAS, Russian: Институт ядерных исследований) is a Russian scientific research centre "for further development of the experimental base and fundamental research activities in the field of atomic nucleus, elementary particle and cosmic ray physics and neutrino astrophysics".

It was founded in 1970 by the Decree of the USSR Council of Ministers. Located in Moscow, Russia near the Moscow State University and in Troitsk.

Institute is a founder of Baksan Neutrino Observatory, Baikal Neutrino Observatory (Lake Baikal), Artemovskaya Scientific Station (Soledar, Ukraine).

About 1300 specialists including 5 academicians and 2 corresponding members of the RAS, 42 doctors and 160 candidates of science work in the institute.


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Coordinates: 55°28′05″N 37°16′31″E / 55.4681°N 37.2753°E / 55.4681; 37.2753