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Russian Science Foundation grant winners: New antibiotics

(Kazan Federal University) The project's full title is 'Quantum computing based on magnetic resonance control of electron and electron-nucleus states of extrinsic paramagnetic centers in crystals,' It will now receive five million rubles annually in the next three years.
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