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Ministry of Education and Science will present Russian research and educational centers in five countries

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Ministry of Education and Science will present Russian research and educational centers in five countries


20.09.2019

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The Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Russia plans in October and November to organize seminars in the capitals of Italy, France, Japan and Germany, as well as in Geneva. The theme of the seminars will be the development programs of the first five research and educational centers (REC), which will open in the regions of Russia. The ministry believes that the discussion of the centers with experts from countries with advanced technologies will help the REC to reach an international level, TASS reports.

The creation of the REC is included in the main tasks of the national Science project, according to which 15 centers should be opened in Russia. This year, a decision was announced to open scientific and educational centers in the Perm region, Belgorod, Kemerovo, Nizhny Novgorod and Tyumen regions.

According to the representative of the Russian Ministry of Education and Science Andrey Anikeev, the seminars will be held in the houses of Russian friendship in Rome, Paris, Tokyo, Berlin and at the site of the Swiss Center for European Nuclear Research in Geneva. Seminars and round tables will be attended by Russian scientists working abroad and foreign specialists involved in scientific cooperation with Russian organizations.

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