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MSU and RAS establishing innovative science center

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MSU and RAS establishing innovative science center


15.01.2019

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The Information Analysis Centre of Science Forecasting, which is a joint project of Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU) and Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), will be established in Russia based on Lomonosov-2 supercomputing complex. This was reported by Rector of MSU Victor Sadovnichy, Rossiyskoe obrazovanie portal informs. He also announced that MSU and RAS created the development project for transport infrastructure in Eurasia. 

That declaration was made during the meeting of the Head of one of the leading Russian universities with members of Russian academies. The President of RAS Aleksandr Sergeev and First Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education of Russia Grigory Trubnikov participated in the meeting. In their statements, the guests noted the critical importance of MSU and RAS collaboration, and determined the key priorities of Russian science. 

As Russkiy Mir informed earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin encouraged the equal international cooperation of RAS and foreign scientists on the meeting with Aleksandr Sergeev in January. Sergeev told the President about his intention to establish the offices of the academy in different countries abroad.

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