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Rossotrudnichestvo and RAS will work on Russian science popularisation abroad

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Rossotrudnichestvo and RAS will work on Russian science popularisation abroad


06.08.2021

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Scientific conferences, forums, lecture halls, master classes, summer and winter schools to be included in the program of cooperation between the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) and Rossotrudnichestvo, TASS reports. They put their signatures under the roadmap aimed at popularizing the achievements of Russian science abroad. These activities are going to expand cooperation in the field of science and education.

It is planned that scientists from Russia and other countries, associations of Russian-speaking scientists and graduates of Russian universities will join the program.

Forum of young scientists from the CIS countries, Georgia and the Baltic republics scheduled for the end of the year, is one of the largest events planned.

According to the Deputy Head of the Russian Academy of Sciences Yuri Balega, the implementation of the roadmap will help to increase the circle of Russian scientists’s partners. He noted that the Forum of Young Scientists to be organized annually. Its participants will gather under the auspices of the Russian Academy of Sciences and discuss important topics of global challenges and sustainable development. 

The Deputy Head of the RAS hopes that cooperation with Rossotrudnichestvo will draw the international community attention to the celebration of the 300th anniversary of the RAS in 2024. On this occasion, the World Scientific and Educational Forum to be held in St. Petersburg. 

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