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Belarus and Dubna agree on contracts for more than 400 thousand dollars

Belarus and Dubna agree on contracts for more than 400 thousand dollars

Those who appreciate the gentle humor of Soviet films can also appreciate the meaning of the question raised in the film "Three plus two": "What is the difference between kumizons and mumizons?"

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Economics of intellectual assets

Economics of intellectual assets

We interact with intellectual property objects on a daily basis, often without thinking about it or not paying attention to them. For example, a cell phone, TV, car contain tens and hundreds of inventions, industrial designs, trademarks; computer programs, music tracks, theatrical performances, films, radio and television broadcasts are subject to copyright and related rights. 

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Commitment to Innovation Strategy

Commitment to Innovation Strategy

The socio-economic development of the state, the competitiveness of the national economy in the context of globalization depend not only on the ability to adapt to changes, but also on the level of technology development. Innovation provides structural adjustment and bring variety of products to the market.

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Chemistry, medicine and fire safety: inventors talk about their new developments

Chemistry, medicine and fire safety: inventors talk about their new developments

Every year, on the last Saturday of June, the country celebrates the Day of the Inventor and Innovator. This holiday is really special, because Belarus is famous for its intellectual capital. On the account of the BSU Scientific Research Institute of Physical and Chemical Problems alone there are 45 licensing agreements, which brought in income of about $400,000. 

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Medicine, ICT and mechanical engineering - what will be a priority for Belarus for the next five years

Medicine, ICT and mechanical engineering - what will be a priority for Belarus for the next five years

Belarus has identified common priorities for the development of science and innovation until 2025. According to decree No. 156, special attention will be paid to information, medical, biological, engineering and agricultural technologies. Priorities also include energy, construction and the environment. About what high-tech projects it is planned to implement in the next five years, BelTA learned from Alexander Shumilin, Chairman of the State Committee for Science and Technology.

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Representatives of the SCST laid flowers at the monument-sculpture of the Grieving mother

Representatives of the SCST laid flowers at the monument-sculpture of the Grieving mother

As part of the events dedicated to the celebration of the 75th anniversary of Victory in the great Patriotic war, a ceremony of laying flowers and wreaths at the monument-a sculpture of the Grieving mother, which is located in the capital's Chelyuskintsev Park. The event was organized by representatives of the State Committee for science and technology and the National center for intellectual property.

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Representatives of the Committee on Science and Technology of Belarus laid flowers at the monument-sculpture of the grieving mother in Chelyuskintsev Park

Representatives of the Committee on Science and Technology of Belarus laid flowers at the monument-sculpture of the grieving mother in Chelyuskintsev Park

Representatives of the Committee on science and technology of Belarus and the National center for intellectual property laid flowers at the monument-sculpture of the grieving mother in Chelyuskintsev Park. In its North-Eastern part there is a grave in which more than 10 thousand people are buried.

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“Priorities of international scientific, technical and innovative cooperation of the Republic of Belarus”, article by A.Shumilin for "Science and Innovation" journal

“Priorities of international scientific, technical and innovative cooperation of the Republic of Belarus”, article by A.Shumilin for "Science and Innovation" journal

The modern development of society is characterized by increasing economic, social and political integration in the system of the latest knowledge and high technology. A major role in this process is played by the openness of the Belarusian economy and its integration into world markets.

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To monetize know-how? Easy!

To monetize know-how? Easy!

How are best minds creations in the country and abroad being identified, legalized, protected and monetized? On the eve of the International Intellectual Property Day we talked abouth this with the Chairman of the State Committee on Science and Technology, Alexander Shumilin.

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Parks of the innovation period

Parks of the innovation period

Over the past year, Belarusian science and technology parks produced products worth almost 150 million rubles. Approximately 80 percent of which is innovative. Every year, the State Committee for science and technology (SCST) optimizes the innovation infrastructure. In all regional centers, Novopolotsk, Pinsk, Bobruisk, Gorki, Borisovsky and Lyakhovichi districts, there are already 16 technoparks and 8 technology transfer centers, where more than 2.8 thousand people work. Who are they-residents of technoparks? What innovative projects do they offer today? What markets do they enter? What challenges are faced and what progressive solutions are offered to the global technology market? The Republic correspondent was looking for answers to these questions.

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