Sergey Menyaylo, Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy to the Siberian Federal District, delivered his welcoming remarks to the participants of the VII International Forum of Technological Development TECHNOPROM-2019.
He pointed out that “Platform of the TECHNOPROM Forum is quite perfect for effective dialogue between the representatives of science and education, hi-tech business and development institutions, government and management bodies.”
Sergey Menyaylo emphasized: “Within the framework of the Forum we shall discuss strategic areas for increasing competitiveness of Russian science and industry, share experience in effective forms of cooperation in science, innovations, technology and education, offer solutions for increasing the investment attractiveness of research and development (R&D) as well as promotion of scientific and technological activities.”
The welcoming remarks are available at the link.
On September 20, VII International Forum and Exhibition of Technological Development TECHNOPROM-2019 ended. More than 90 activities took place as part of the business program. For the last seven years amount of activities has increased fivefold: this year there were 8,500 visitors from 25 countries. 257 representatives of the press from 126 mass media gave coverage to the Forum and exhibition. 23 cooperation agreements were signed in the press center of the Forum. 70 stands were presented at the exhibition with the same name.More details
Technoprom-2019 International Forum was finished with a plenary session called “Talents and Opportunities”. Representatives of businesses, government agencies, scientists, as well as winners of different school competitions discussed whether talented people have opportunities and whether it is possible to find opportunities without being talented.More details
During the round table called “How to Bring Scientific and Educational Centers to International Level”, Deputy Director of Public Scientific, Scientific and Technical and Innovation Policy Department of the Ministry Andrey Anikeyev informed that the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation plans to present development programs of the first five Russian scientific and education centers in Europe and Japan.More details