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The Acting Rector of KNRTU Sergey Yushko took part in the roundtable discussion at the State Duma in Moscow and made his presentation on the chemical engineers training system in KNRTU

On April 4, 2018, the roundtable discussion «Current state and prospects of Russian nanoindustry development » was held at the State Duma.

This round table gathered State Duma members, senators, representatives of the federal agencies of executive authority, regional executive authorities, scientific organizations and business. The aim of the roundtable was to discuss the results of RUSNANO JSC work activity in 2008-2017 and nanotechnology development in Russia. The Acting Rector of KNRTU Sergey Yushko was the only representative of the Russian universities whose presentation was included in the program. In his presentation Sergey Yushko proposed the university center of technological development in chemical technology as an example of the new specialists training system in nanoindustry.

Joint Stock Company RUSNANO was created on 11 March 2011 through reorganization of Russian Nanotechnologies Corporation, a state-owned entity set up in 2007. RUSNANO assumed all the rights and duties its predecessor, and 100% of RUSNANO shares remain in state ownership. RUSNANO’s status as a joint-stock company makes it easier to work with for investors and partners. The main objective of RUSNANO is to commercialize advances in nanotechnology by turning them into viable businesses. The company acts as co-investor in projects with substantial economic potential. RUSNANO aims to build a competitive nanotechnology industry in Russia, using the capacities of Russian science and transfer of advanced foreign technologies. The non-profit Fund of Infrastructure and Educational Programs, set up by RUSNANO, assists the development of innovation infrastructure for nanotechnologies, including the implementation of education and infrastructure programs initiated by RUSNANO. Main priorities for RUSNANO are the efficiency, profitability and repayment of its investments. RUSNANO therefore uses commercial criteria to select nanotechnology projects with the greatest economic potential. The task of the non-profit Foundation for Infrastructure and Educational Programs is to support the development of all Russian nanotechnology enterprises, including those which are not a part of the RUSNANO portfolio. Combination of these two approaches provides a full-function state development institution for the nanotechnology industry in Russia. RUSNANO is one of the country's largest technology investors.


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