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SCIENCE FOR PEACE

The Institute for Applied Science is engaged in various scientific commercialization projects which further International Scientific Cooperation.

Russia, the ISTC, the European Union, NATO and the US have identified a number of priority research topics for International Scientific Cooperation. For example:

  • Improved detection of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear materials.
  • Improved decontamination possibilities are also needed, as well as improved methods of safe destruction for these types of materials.
  • Progress in medical responses to counteract such materials is also a priority, for example chemical and vaccine technologies.
  • Measures to protect against eco-terrorism and computer terrorism are two more areas earmarked for concentrated study.

For more information on NATO's International Scientific Collaboration for Peace Programs see: "http://www.nato.int/science/about_sps/introduction.htm"

For more information about the International Science and Technology Center in Moscow see: http://www.istc.ru

For more information about Russia- European Union Scientific Cooperation see: http://fp7-infra.ru/en/conferences/1787/



Academician Nikolay Plate, Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Director of the Institute for Applied Science (left) with Russian President Vladimir Putin (center) and Academician Anatoly Miroshnikov (right) at the Shemyakin-Ovchinnikov Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry (IBCH) of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
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