SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENTS AND PARTNERSHIP
The intensive growth of industry and its energy sector, the development of natural resources and the development of agriculture in new areas with limited sources of fresh water, and the growth of population all combine to create a shortage of fresh water throughout the world. At the same time, the volume of wastewater increases, which, in turn, adversely affects the environment and the state of water basins. This problem has always been relevant in the Republic of Kazakhstan, and therefore, since the 1960s, scientific research in the field of synthesis and research of ion-exchange membranes and the creation of electrodialysis desalination plants and stations with different capacities for drinking water have been started at ICS.
The Institute has developed technologies for producing ion-exchange resins based on synthetic and natural starting compounds containing various functional groups, and therefore are able to sorb ions of various organic and inorganic compounds from aqueous solutions (supervisor – Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Kazakhstan E.E. Eergozhin). Based on the obtained ion exchangers, technologies have been developed for extracting ions of rare, scattered and noble metals from productive heap leaching solutions and industrial effluents of hydrometallurgical production. Unlike granular ion exchangers, the use of ion-exchange membranes is not associated with the cost of regenerating electrolytes, which reduces harmful emissions into the environment. In addition, membrane processes can be carried out by continuous schemes, in automatic mode, compact instrumentation design with the participation of a small number of staff.
Among modern membrane technologies, a special place is occupied by electrodialysis and reverse osmosis, due to the unique possibilities of deionization and concentration of electrolyte solutions, as well as the synthesis and chemical transformations of various substances.
In the conditions of the existing shortage of fresh water, noted in many countries of the world, desalination of mineral water is an important source of drinking water, which is carried out using membrane technologies of electrodialysis and reverse osmosis.
The method of reverse osmosis, along with electrodialysis, is one of the most promising methods of water purification and desalination. It is based on filtering solutions under pressure through semipermeable membranes, the pores of which pass water molecules, but do not pass salt ions and molecules of undissociated compounds. Therefore, the problem of synthesis and research of physicochemical, electrochemical and transport properties of polyelectrolytes and membranes, the creation on their basis of electrochemical technologies for the desalination of saline water is relevant.
Particularly noteworthy are the achievements of the employees of the Institute’s laboratory of ion-exchange resins in the field of creating electrodialysis desalination plants, developed and implemented for the first time in the Soviet Union at the Almaty Electromechanical Plant. For the work “Development and implementation of electrodialysis desalination plants of the EDU series in the national economy” doctor of chemical sciences, professor E.E. Ergozhin (supervisor), F.B. Alzhanov, Yu.G. Valievu, L.A. Shishlyannikov, A.A. Tskhai and Ph.D. F.T. Shostak (posthumously) in 1982 for the first time in the history of the Institute were awarded the State Prize of the Kazakh SSR in the field of science and technology.
Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR, corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR S.R. Rafikov (supervisor), Candidate of Chemical Sciences V.G. Gutsalyuk and A.Ya. Svetov, A.G. Gumerov, Sh.N. Akhatov, A.Kh. Amirkhanov, V.I. Ionov, A.V. Chekin for the development of high-performance insulation coating for the Plastobit-2M trunk pipelines received the Award by the Council of Ministers of USSR in 1983.
State Prizes of the Kazakh SSR in the field of science and technology were awarded in 1984 to Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR, B. A. Zhubanov (Scientific Director) and Doctor of Chemistry, Professor K.M. Gibovu, A.V. Krasnikov, E.K. Kondrashov, S. K. Kasymbekov for creating fire-retardant polymeric materials for the needs of the national economy.
In 1985, a group of Institute employees – D.Sc., Professor D.V. Sokolov (supervisor), Ph.D. – Yu.G. Bosyakov, K.D. Praliev, J.I. Isin, E.A. Vinogradov, Ph.D. – V.M. Kurylenko, E.A. Tetenchuk and J.N. Khliyenko were awarded the prize of the Council of Ministers of the Kazakh SSR in the field of science and technology for the creation, industrial development of production and introduction into medicine of the domestic original medicine Cefedrin, an antidepressant of a new generation.
In 1987 – E.A., Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR. Bekturovu (supervisor), Ph.D. Z.H. Bakauova, L.A. Bimendina, S. Kudaibergenov and R.E. Legkunets for a series of monographs “Water-soluble polymers and their complexes” published in 1975–1983, were awarded the State Prize of the Council of Ministers of the Kazakh SSR in the field of science and technology.
The laureates of the K.I. Satpayev Award in 2000 were Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR B.A. Zhubanov (supervisor), doctor of chemical sciences K.D. Praliev, Candidate of Chemical Sciences G.I. Boyko, E.O. Batyrbekov for the work “New Polymeric Medicines of Prolonged Action”.
The Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan has awarded the State Prize of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the field of science, technology and education in 2003 to a group of authors – Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan K.D. Praliyev (Research Director) D.Sc., Professor D.V. Sokolov (posthumously), Doctor of Chemistry, Professor B.M. Dzhiembaev, Doctor of Chemistry, Professor M.P. Irismetov, Ph.D., Associate Professor V.K. YU for the work “Development, creation and introduction of new original domestic medicines from synthetic and plant materials of Kazakhstan”.
Many of the original research works of the Institute were funded by the INTAS International Foundation (heads – E.E. Yergozhin, K.D. Praliev, K.B. Erzhanov), the Foundation for the Development of US Civilian Studies (Heads – E.E. Yergozhin, K.D. Prraliev , V.K. Yu., L.A. Kayukova), ISTC (Heads – E.E. Yergozhin, K.D. Praliev). In 2002, NATO grant “Science for Peace” was received (Headed by B.A. Zhubanov). The grant of the United States Civil Engineering Development Foundation (Heads – Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Kazakhstan E.E. Yergozhin, Dr. Sc., Professor O. Agashkin) the Institute received a modern nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer “Mercury-300” worth 250 thousand. USD.
As a result of basic research, a scientific data bank was created on a directed synthetic search for pharmacologically active substances in a series of azacyclic derivatives.
Synthetic substitute for morphine “Prosidol” was created jointly with the Novokuznetsk Chemical-Pharmaceutical Research Institute, Russia. To date, three finished dosage forms of this drug have been created and introduced into medical practice. Of particular interest for practical medicine is the drug “Kazkain”, which, as a local anesthetic, is recommended for infiltrational and conduction anesthesia, which has advantages in basic parameters over the local anesthetics widely used in the world at present in clinical practice (scientific advisor – academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Kazakhstan K.D. Praliev).
Clophelin is one of the effective drugs for the treatment of hypertension. However, along with positive properties, this drug has certain disadvantages: short-term duration of action, a sharp decrease in blood pressure at the initial moment of admission, side effects with the abolition or reduction of the dose of the drug. In order to eliminate the above-mentioned deficiencies of clofelin, academician B.A. Zhubanov together with K.D. Praliev and with specialists from KazNRI Cardiology of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan completed large cycle of fundamental and applied research to create a new polymeric prolonged form of clonidine (KLOFEBUCAL drug) in the form of plates for application to the oral mucosa, the so-called buccal form. As shown by the first and second phases of clinical trials, clofebucal significantly increases the duration of the hypotensive action, eliminates a sharp decrease in blood pressure at the initial moment after administration and, if necessary, interruption of the course of treatment is possible. The pharmacological committee of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan has authorized the medical use and industrial production of this drug.
The works of the Institute scientists have been recognized both in the country and abroad.
In the 1980s, the Institute of Chemical Sciences organized a number of international conferences and symposia. Thus, in 1981, the International Microconstruction on Polycondensation was held at the ICS, 1983 – All-Union Conference “Catalytic Reactions in the Liquid Phase”, 1984 – All-Union Symposium on Macroscopic Kinetics and Chemical Gas Dynamics, 1985 – All-Union Conference on High Molecular Compounds .
An important milestone in the history of the Institute was the organization of the XI Mendeleev Congress on General and Applied Chemistry, which was held in 1975 in the city of Alma-Ata. Many leading chemical scientists of the Institute were members of the Organizing Committee, the head of the laboratory of ion exchange resins, Doctor of Chemical Sciences E.E. Ergozhin – responsible scientific secretary of the Organizing Committee of the congress (see the book by E.E. Ergozhin. “On science and scientists. Volume 1 (892 p.). Volume 2 (918 p.)”, Almaty. 2013), as well as organized and conducted the following conferences: III International Symposium of the USSR – FRG “Polymers with specific properties, as a consequence of their molecular structure” (1988), VI All-Union Conference on Phosphates “PHOSPHATES – 84” (1984) and V Republican Conference “Chemistry of Natural Salts and mineral fertilizers of Kazakhstan “(1983).
On the personal initiative of the Director of the Institute E.E. Ergozhin Institute organized the following scientific conferences: All-Union meeting of the heads of the section of the Central and Regional Boards of the All-Union Chemical Society named after D.I. Mendeleev “Environmental Protection” (1989); IX Republican Conference on Analytical Chemistry “Analytics-89” (1989); General Scientific Conference “The current state and prospects for the development of the chemistry of monomers and polymers” (1989); I International School-Seminar of Young Scientists “Non-traditional Methods of Polymer Synthesis” (1990), the organizing committee of the school-seminar was headed by leading scientists of country in the field of polymer chemistry – Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR V.А. Kabanov and E.E. Ergozhin; I International Conference “Polymer Materials of Low Flammability” (1990); The I Republican Scientific and Practical Conference “Kazakh tili zhane Gylymi tanu” (1990); IV International Scientific and Practical Conference “Processing of medicinal raw materials and the production of herbal remedies for medicine and agriculture” (1996); V international scientific-practical conference “Technology of cultivation, processing of medicinal raw materials and the production of herbal medicines for medicine and agriculture” (1997); Republican Scientific Conference “The Development of Ideas of Academician S.R. Rafikov in the field of chemistry of high-molecular compounds in Kazakhstan, dedicated to the memory and the 85th anniversary of birth of corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR S.R. Rafikov (1997); Extended meeting of the Academic Council A.B. Bekturov, dedicated to the 85th anniversary of the Honored Scientist of the Kazakh SSR, corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR I.N. Azerbaev (1997); Republican scientific conference of young scientists dedicated to the Day of the chemist (1998); Republican Scientific Conference “The Role of Academician B.A. Zhubanov in the development of the chemistry of high-molecular compounds in Kazakhstan “(1998); Republican conference of young scientists dedicated to the 100th anniversary of academician K.I. Satpayev (1999); International Symposium “Chemical science as the basis for the development of the chemical industry in Kazakhstan in the XXI century”, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the birth of Academician A. B. Bekturov (2001); I International Rafikov Congress “Problems of Chemistry of Monomers and Polymers”, dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the birth of oil chemistry, monomers and high-molecular compounds Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR, Corresponding Member of the USSR Academy of Sciences S.R. Rafikov (2002); International Conference “The State and Prospects of the Development of Organic Chemistry in the Republic of Kazakhstan”, dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the Honored Scientist of the Kazakh SSR, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR, Doctor of Chemistry, Professor I.N. Azerbaev (2002); Republican scientific conference of young scientists “Scientific achievements of young scientists of chemistry in Kazakhstan” (2003); International Seminar “Technology of obtaining new metallized polyimide materials with high reflection and electrical conductivity” with the participation of leading experts from France, Russia, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, organized by the Institute of Chemical Materials under the auspices of the NATO Scientific Council (2003); Republican conference “Oxidative ammonolysis of organic compounds”, dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the discovery by academicians S.R. Rafikov and B.V. Suvorovof reactions of oxidative ammonolysis (2003); International Scientific and Practical Conference “Chemistry and Technology of Fertilizers and Materials”, dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the birth of Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor D.Z. Serazetdinova (2004); International Scientific Conference “Chemistry and Application of Natural and Synthetic Biologically Active Compounds” dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the birth of Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR M.I. Goryaev (2004).
In 1996, the Institute, together with Brown & Root Civil (Halliburton Corporation), ABBSUSA (USA), won an international tender for the right to conduct work on assessing the level of chemical pollution in the regions of the former deployment of strategic missile forces – Zhangiz-Tobe, Derzhavinsk, Baikonur and Balapan ( Kurchatov nuclear test site) (project leaders – Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan E.E. Ergozhin, Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor V.A. Solomin).
For successful and timely research (three years instead of four planned) for assessing the chemical contamination of soil and groundwater, carried out as part of a project to dismantle the SS-18 intercontinental ballistic missile silos launchers in various regions of Kazakhstan, the Institute was awarded a certificate of appreciation by the Reduction Agency threats by the US Department of Defense. From October 8 to 14 1999, on behalf of the American government, the Institute was visited by representatives of the United States Department of Defense’s Threat Reduction Agency — John E. Booker, Chief Manager for International Projects, and Laura Smiley, Manager, to donate equipment — a field chemical-environmental laboratory worth 264,547 thousand . dollars.
Electromembrane technology for their purification from phenol and ammonium nitrogen was developed and tested on real technological condensates of Pavlodar Petrochemical Plant JSC: “Research and issuance of recommendations for optimizing the operation of technological condensate purification units from phenols and ammonium nitrogen of С-200 installations of KT-1 complex, UZK ”(2011) (supervisor – Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Kazakhstan E.E. Ergozhin). In the course of the research conducted, a test bench and reverse osmosis pilot plant were manufactured. To the level of the maximum permissible concentration, the salinity of the process effluent is brought by additional sorption of residual organic ions by synthesized organic-mineral sorbents based on modified shungites and zeolites.
Under the leadership of the academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Kazakhstan E.E. Ergozhin and Director of Membrane Technologies LLP (Doctor of Technical Sciences A.A. Tskhai) research and development work together with Atyrau Refinery LLP, Pavlodar Petrochemical Plant LLP and PetroKazakhstanOilProdakts LLP (Shymkent): “Purification and desalination of industrial wastewater to ensure recycling water supply” (2013-2018) was conducted. The following research and development works were also carried out at these plants: “Development of technology for pre-cooling and purification of treated wastewater from salt-containing compounds to the standards necessary for reuse for the technological needs of the plant (2016),“ Survey of the water-chemical regime (chemistry) of circulating systems in order to optimize the supply of reagents, develop methods for their automatic dosing and methods for monitoring the quality of circulating water treatment “,” Conducting long-term tests of the technology of a pulsed electromagnet Water treatment with a second reverse osmosis unit for WDM “(2017),” Development of the technology of drainage water for reuse “(2018). As a result of the research, an optimal water purification scheme was chosen, recommendations and technical specifications for the design of industrial water treatment plants at each enterprise were developed.
In 2012, KazTransOil JSC financed two IIC projects. The first project on the topic: “Creating the design of the apparatus for reducing the viscosity of highly paraffin and high tar oils transported through the Uzen-Atyrau-Samara main pipeline” in the amount of 26 million 880 thousand tenge, for 2013 a total 38.0 million tenge was planned. The end result of this work is the creation of a design of the apparatus, which makes it possible to enrich high-viscosity heavy low-value oils with light fractions and reduce the viscosity of the oil and its pour point, while achieving the desired parameters of fractional composition, density, yield and other parameters. The following objects can be cited as specific examples of the use of these indicators: pipeline transportation of oil and petroleum products, discharge of oil cargo from tanks and cleaning of internal surfaces from oil residues. The second project, the customer of which was KazTransOil JSC with the total cost of 26 million 746 thousand tenge, was aimed at carrying out developmental and technological works on the development of an installation for the preparation of drinking water transportation through the Astrakhan-Mangyshlak conduit using intergel systems (scientific supervisor Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor T.K. Dzhumadilov).
The “Technology of production of base oils” project also received the approval of the Scientific and Technical Council of JSC “NC” KazMunayGas “and JSC” KING “, its funding is planned in 2013-2014. The relevance of the development is due to the fact that in Kazakhstan, despite the presence of unlimited raw materials, there is no production of lubricants, and imported oils are used for various purposes in industry and transport (the research supervisor is Dr. K.A. Kadirbekov, Ph.D.).
Under the leadership of the First Deputy Director General of the Institute, Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor U.D. Dzhusipbekov scientific foundations of innovative technology for processing oil-polluted (oil-contaminated) soil with the use of energy-accumulating substances were created.
In accordance with the memorandum between Exploration Production Kazmunaygas JSC, as well as agreements between Ozenmunaygas JSC and the Institute, since 2011, tests of the developed technology for the disposal of oily waste are being conducted.
For the industrial development of technology, 2 complexes for the processing of contaminated soil with a capacity of 20 t / h were purchased (developed at Ecological Safety Institute CJSC, Kursk, Russia).
In 2011-2013 On the test site No. 57 of NGDU-1, Ozenmunaygas JSC carried out extended and pilot tests of the technology for utilizing contaminated (oily) soil for useful components, and since 2014, developed technology has been introduced at NGDU-1, NGDU-2, NGDU-3 and NGDU-4 of Ozenmunaygas JSC with the subsequent receipt of about 500 thousand tons of neutralized soil for further processing into road-building materials (paving stone, paving slabs, curbs, etc.).
As a result of neutralization, toxic waste – contaminated soil – was transferred from a hazard class 3 into a safe commodity product of hazard class 4. An opinion was obtained on the safety of neutralized soil and the resulting products (there is a research report of the State Enterprise “Scientific and Practical Center for Sanitary-Epidemiological Expertise and Monitoring” KGSEN MH RK, State Enterprise “Environmental Research Laboratory” of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management Mangistau region). The technical documents were developed and approved: technological regulations, working draft, EIA (environmental impact assessment).
Tests have been carried out on the processing of neutralized oil-polluted soil for materials for the improvement of oil wells, and the recultivation of degraded lands. An experimental batch of paving slabs in the amount of more than 50,000 pieces was received, which was laid near the middle school in the Rakhat microdistrict of Zhanaozen and on the industrial sites of the division of Ozenmunaygas JSC.
Together with the Kazakhstan Road Research Institute, JSC, 2 pilot sections of the road, 800 m and 1000 m long, 7.0 m wide, were built. Optimal compositions of mixtures of fortified soils and physical and mechanical properties of samples of fortified materials were determined after 28 days of storage in wet conditions (Scientific supervisor of the work is Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor U.J. Dzhusipbekov).
In 2011, work has begun together with Samruk-Energo JSC on developing the technology for producing polymer materials for electrical purposes based on alicyclic polyimide (film insulation for 110 and 220 kV transformers, enamel wires for cable and wiring products), which continues currently (supervisor – Doctor of Chemical Sciences V.D. Kravtsova).
Research at the ICS are aimed at developing ways of synthesizing new functionally substituted mono- and bicyclic azaheterocycles, including methods of both classical organic and microwave (green) chemistry of new substances with potential pharmacological activity of a wide range of biological effects. The obtained results of the intellectual analysis “synthetic design – fine chemical structure – physicochemical and spectral properties – biological action” serve as a guarantee for the further directional search for innovative effective and safe products for medicine and agriculture (supervisor – academician of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan K.D. Praliev ).
Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Kazakhstan E.E. Ergozhin and Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor N.A. Bektenov conducted research work on the “Development of technology for producing soil-asphalt concrete mix for road construction” (2015-2017) project. Efficient methods have been developed, compositions for obtaining new soil-based concrete based on local mineral raw materials (zeolite, expanded clay, etc.) and industrial wastes were optimized (polluted soil of Ozenmunayigaz JSC, various slags and slimes of the Novodzhambul phosphoric plant, dry Kashagan slime, coal slags). Experimental samples were manufactured.
The technology for obtaining new surface-active substances based on the processing of hydrocarbon raw materials has been developed at ICS. In the series of sulfur-containing compounds, new highly effective surfactants with flotation and selective properties in the enrichment of sulphide ores have been developed, which are currently being tested in aggregated conditions as collectors and frothers under production conditions (supervisor – Doctor of Chemistry, Professor KB Erzhanov). Innovative research was made in the production of plant growth regulators. The high efficacy of the Akpinol-alpha drug on vegetable, grain, fruit and berry, various tree and flower-ornamental crops has been shown. These works were marked by the Foundation of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan – the Leader of the Nation and the National Innovation Fund.
Over the years, the deputy directors of the Institute were: D.V. Sokolsky (1945-1948), V.M. Ilyushchenko (1951-1952), D.V. Sokolov (1952-1954), K. Bilyalov (1954-1957), B.V. Suvorov (1957-1959), L.N. Sheludyakov (1960-1970), V.G. Gutsalyuk (1964-1972), M.V. Nosek (1970-1978), D.K. Saltybaev (1972-1980), A.I. Dzhurumbaev (1978-1988), M.N. Kazov (1988-1989), K.M. Gibov (1987-1988), D.Z. Serazetdinov (1989-1994), Yu.G. Bosyakov (1981-1992), K. B. Yerzhanov (1992-1994), K.T. Arynov (1994-1997), B.Zh. Dzhiembaev (2006-2009), V.A. Sinyaev (2007-2009), KD Praliev (1994-2006, 2009-2013), U.ZH. Dzhusipbekov (1997-2014, from 2014 to the present – First Deputy General Director), Ye.T. Tolysbaev – Deputy General Director (2011-2016) and B.N. Absadykov (from 2016 to the present – deputy general director).
Scientific secretaries of the Institute in different years worked: Yu.A. Dunayev (1964-1966), D.K. Saltybaev (1968-1972), Yu.G. Bosakov (1972-1979), R.Sh. Kutzhanov (1979-1983), A.Sh. Gubasheva (1983-1988), L.A. Bimentin (1988-1993), B.ZH. Jiembaev (1993-1994), K.Kh. Tastanov (1994-1995), B.I. Nurmukhambetova (1998-2007), A.T. Sadyrova (1995-1998, 2009-2018) and A.E. Malmakova (from 2018 to present days).
State scholarship for talented young scientists were by received Akhmetova G.S. (1997-1998), Nurgaliyev G.O. (2001-2002), Mukanova M.S. (2002-2004), Omarova G.T. (2006-2007), Bayakhmetova Z.K. (2010-2011), Isaeva U.B. (2018-2019).
In 2002, U.ZH. Dzhusipbekov was awarded the breastplate “Kazakhstan Respublikasy Gylymyn damituka sііrgen enbegi Ushіn”, in 2006, a diploma of the Ministry of Education and Science, certificate MES RK “Best Project 2005” for the work: “Development and mastering the technology of new composite materials based humic connections ”, was honored by a diploma of JSC“ NC “Kazmunaygas” (2016). Development was shown on television channels (Channel 31, Rakhat, Almaty, Khabar, Caspionet, Kazakhstan, Bilim Zhane Mәdeniyet, Khabar 24), radio performances (Kazakhs Radio “,” Shalkar “,” Radio Liberty “), articles were published in newspapers (” Evening Almaty “,” Zamankazakstan “and” Zhetisu “).
H.S.E., A.C.S. E.O. Batyrbekov in 2006, received the highest “Hope” award from the Committee for the award of the Independent Prize “Tarlan” in the”Science” nomination.
For the developed technology of the production of metallized polyimides, an engineer of the polymer synthesis laboratory E.L. Vecherkina was awarded the first prize of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation at the First Competition of Youth Innovation Projects of Aerospace Technologies and Materials, dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the flight of the first cosmonaut Yu.A. Gagarin in Moscow, October 16, 2006
Engineer E.L. Vecherkina Received a special diploma from the Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the Russian Federation for the presentation of new technologies at the awards ceremony of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation for young, 2007.
PhD student S.N. Shmakov became the laureate of the student grant of the World Society of Scientists of 2007.
E.S. Sycheva became a laureate of a grant from the Public Foundation “Foundation of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan” for research work: “Chemical transformation of elemental sulfur into polyfunctional substances” (2008–2009).
Leading Researcher M.S. Mukanova completed a scientific internship in Germany at the Institute of Organic Chemistry at the Rhine-Westphalian Technical University (2008-2010).
Researcher, Chemistry Ph.D. N.M. Zhunusbekova won a grant from the Foundation of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan for a trip to Germany (Siegen) to participate in the World Forum on Advanced Materials POLYCHAR, April 7-10, 2010, her report was awarded a diploma of the 2nd degree.
C.S.E, Doctor of Chemistry, Professor T.K. Dzhumadilov was awarded the Order “Labore et Scientia (Labor and Knowledge)” at RAE, European Scientific and Industrial Consortium, October 24, 2014; Medal “European Scientific and Industrial Consortium – Dmitri Mendeleev”, 2014; For training of 15 candidates of chemical sciences – highly qualified personnel – he was awarded the honorary title “Founder of a Scientific School” at Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, 2014. In 2015, Professor T.K. Dzhumadilov became a member of the American Chemical Society.
Prof. T.K. Dzhumadilov is the author of two scientific discoveries:
- Scientific discovery № 364 “Regularity of changes in the degree of swelling of heterogeneous polymer hydrogels from temperature (trigger effect)”, officially confirmed and recognized by the International Association of Authors of Scientific Discoveries. Authors: Mun G.A., Suleimenov I.E., Dzhumadilov TK, 2008
- Scientific discovery number 368 “The phenomenon of changes in the degree of swelling of hydrogels during their remote interaction.” Authors: Dzhumadilov TK, Suleimenov I.E., Mun G.A., 2008
Chemistry PhD, professor M.B. Umerzakova is a Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, and was awarded the Order of “Labore et Scientia (Labor and Knowledge)”, the Dmitry Mendeleev Medal and the Honorary Title “Honored Worker of Science and Education” (2015) by Presidium of RAE.
According to the results of the republican competition held by the Committee on Intellectual Property Rights of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the field of protection of inventions, utility models, by order of the Minister of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan B.М. Imashev No. 147 dated April 14, 2014, the title “Honored Inventor of the Republic of Kazakhstan” was awarded to the Director General of the Institute, Academician of the NAS RK E.E. Ergozhin.
In 2016, the head of the Laboratory of Chemistry of Synthetic and Natural Medicinal Substances of the Institute, Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor K.D. Praliev was awarded the Honorary Title “Honored Inventor of the Republic of Kazakhstan”.
On october 12, 2016 in the Graand Conference Hall named after academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR S.R. Rafikov and Information Library Center (IBC) at the Institute a training seminar “SciFinder. The choice for chemistry research” with the participation of researchers from leading scientific institutions of the chemical profile of the Republic of Kazakhstan was held (A.B. Bekturov Institute of Chemical Sciences JSC, the Chemical Engineering Scientific and Educational Center JSC, Kazakh-British Technical University JSC, Institute of Metallurgy and Enrichment JSC, “Institute of Fuel, Catalysis and Electrochemistry named after D.V. Sokolsky ” JSC, KazNU named after Al-Farabi, etc.).
The international training seminar was opened by the Director General of the Institute, academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Kazakhstan E.E. Ergozhin. CAS representatives Christoph Schneider, Veli-Pekka Hüttinen and Denis Erokhin gave a general presentation on Chemical Abstarcts Service products, then the audience was acquainted with the chemical information in the SciFinder system, with the PatentPak patent application, the Methods Now and ChemZent patent collection.
On November 4, 2016 in Almaty, in the building of the National Center for State Scientific and Technical Expertise JSC (SC STE), the independent award in the field of science and technology “Top Springer Author-2016”, established by the largest international publishing house Springer Nature together with the SC STE joint stock company was held, which was attended by domestic and foreign scientists from Kazakhstan and Central Asia.
The laboratory staff of the physiologically active compounds of the Institute S.A. Wieser, E.S. Sychev, N.B. Kurmankulov, K.B. Yerzhanov received the independent award “The Leader of Science” for high rates of publication activity and citation according to the Web of Science information resources (Thomson Reuters) in the nomination “Articles of Kazakhstan in high impact journals” for the publication “Propargylic sulfides – synthesis, properties, Application “In the journal Chemical Reviews with an impact factor of 37.37 (Vizer S.A., Sycheva Y.S., Kurmankulov N.B., Yerzhanov K.B., Quntar A., Dembitsky V.M., Propargylic sulfides – synthesis, properties, application / Chemical Reviews. – 2015. – Vol. 115 , No. 3. – pp. 1475-1502).
Since February 2017, on the recommendation of the Association of Koreans of Kazakhstan, Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor V.K. Yu is a consultant to the committee of countries in Central (Kazakhstan and Mongolia) and Middle Asia (Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan). The membership card (certificate) is signed by President Moon Jae-in.
The National Unification Advisory Council, chaired by the President of the country, is a government agency under the Government of the Republic of Korea, established in 1980 to unite citizens and government peacemaking efforts to develop and implement a policy of peaceful reunification of Korea. The Council includes 18 foreign regional councils and 43 committees from 122 countries.
On march 3, 2017 in Astana, the annual solemn ceremony of awarding the laureates of the Foundation of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan – Leader of the Nation was held. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) A.E. Malmakova, a senior scientific researcher at the Laboratory of Chemistry of Synthetic and Medicinal Substances of the Institute, won the prize of the Foundation of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan – the Leader of the Nation for extraordinary achievements in science and technology.
On April 26, 2017, the Second Republican Online Contest of Inventors “Shapagat”, organized by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan and RSE “National Institute of Intellectual Property”, started on World Intellectual Property Day. Contestants submitted videos about patented inventions, utility models and industrial designs, including information about the novelty, relevance of the invention, social significance, payback, profitability, target audience, number of jobs to be created or created already. The competition received 115 videos with inventions in 32 branches of science. The 10 inventors with the highest number of votes were recognized as winners.
According to the results of the Internet voting, three places in the top ten winners were obtained by the scientists of the Institute (this picture generally reflects inventive activity in the country). For many years, IHN takes a leading position in the number of patent documents and the implementation of scientific results in production.
The scientists of the Institute who became the laureates of the competition and the holders of the Shapagat statuettes: the first place was awarded for the patented development of RK No. 2065 “A method of obtaining complex fertilizer with microelements”, by correspondent member of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan, doctor of technical sciences, professor U. G. Dzhusipbekov, doctor of technical sciences, professor R.M. Chernyakova, Ph.D., Professor D.S. Berzhanov, Ph.D. A.A. Agataeva, Ph.D. R.A. Kayinbaeva, Ph.D. N.N. Kozhabekova, Ph.D. E.A. Tusupkaliyev; fifth place – for the technical solution “Method of cleaning oil-contaminated soil”, patent No. 28807 – by the Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Kazakhstan E.E. Ergozhin, Corresponding Member of NAS RK, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor U.ZH. Dzhusipbekov, Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Associate Professor G.O. Nurgaliyeva, E.R. Serikbayev, Ph.D. Z.K. Bayakhmetova, E.O. Zhumasil, D. Duisenbai, MA Cuttumbet; and for the development of “Primer-concrete mix”, innovative patent of the Republic of Kazakhstan 30965 – by the Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan E.E. Ergozhin, Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor N.A. Bektenov, K.A. Sadykov, A.K. Baydullaeva, D. Kargabay. The competition was also attended by Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor T.K. Dzhumadilov with the development of “The method of extracting gold.”
The Laboratory of Chemistry of Physiologically Active Compounds is the winner of the Competition for grant financing of projects for the commercialization of scientific and (or) technical activities for 2018. Project name: “Production of domestic feed additives for livestock” (No. 0377-18-GK), 2019-2021. (project manager – leading researcher, PhD MS MS Mukanov).
In 2011, the Institute received a general license 01379R No. 0042852 of the Ministry of Environmental Protection of the Republic of Kazakhstan for performing works and services in the field of environmental protection and Annex No. 0074679 for environmental design and regulation. Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan E.E. Ergozhin, Corresponding Member of NAS RK, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor U.ZH. Dzhusipbekov, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor S.U. Usmanov and Ph.D. E.A. Tusupkaliyev.
In 2018, the Institute for the first time successfully passed accreditation in the accreditation system of the Republic of Kazakhstan for compliance with the requirements of GOST ISO / IEC 17025-2009, obtaining the Accreditation Certificate No. KZ.Т. 02.0855 from October 22, 2018.
Due to this, the laboratory of physical and chemical methods of analysis and ecology was able to test products at a qualitatively high level according to the field of accreditation (the head of the laboratory is Candidate of Technical Sciences, EA Tusupkaliyev).
Analyzes are carried out on modern and highly sensitive devices and equipment of leading companies, such as Bruker Daltonik GmbH, Germany, Agilent technologies, USA and Varian, Inc. Scientific Instruments, Australia.
- HPLC-MS: Agilent 1200 Series Infinity Series HPLC combined with quadrupole ion cyclotron mass spectrometer with Fourier transform solari XESI Maldi. Firm “Bruker Daltonik GmbH”, Germany. Head № 827350000091, Inv. No. 01325934.
- Gas chromatograph Agilent 6890N with mass-selective detector 5975С and nitrogen-phosphorus detector NPD, Agilent technologies, USA, Head. № 10726026, Inv. № 01325909.
- АА240 Atomic Absorption Spectrometer “Varian, Inc. Scientific Instruments, Australia, Conv. No. EL 105113672, Inv. № 01325889. Liquid density meter for vibration VIP-2MROOO “Termeks” Russia, Head. No. 353001, Inv. № 0139219. (See in the journal “Chemical Journal of Kazakhstan”, № 4, 2018, p. 17-29).
According to the results of the rating analysis conducted in 2018, the Institute showed high results among economic entities of Kazakhstan in its industry. The study is based on information on the payment of taxes and other mandatory payments to the budget. Based on the indicators, the Institute was awarded the authoritative title “Leader of the Year 2018”. As the results showed, the Institute took the 3rd place (“Gold”) among state-owned enterprises of the Republic of Kazakhstan in terms of the Exemplary Taxpayer indicator and 1st place (“Gold”) among state-owned enterprises in Almaty in terms of the Contribution to the State Budget indicator.