Falkov: sanctions did not stop the development of Russian science 00:40

Valery Falkov, head of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, said that the pressure of sanctions on Russia did not stop the development of domestic science, that this year it is planned to launch one of the world’s largest mega-science projects in Russia. country – NICA collider in Dubna. It has been reported TASS.

According to him, the main result of 2022 is the successful adaptation of the entire research and development system of the Russian Federation to new challenges.

“At the same time, it should be noted that the national project “Science and Universities” did not have a single initial initiative, not a single one of the plans of the State Program for Scientific and Technological Development. [не остановились] All these projects have been successfully implemented. I mean the construction of the largest mega science facilities. This year we set ourselves the task of launching the NICA collider – and I think we will successfully solve it – ”Falkov said.

Former Minister of Education and Science declarationthat universities in the country should prepare for the introduction of an updated history course for non-core specialties.

Source: Gazeta


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