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Russian experts have begun to develop a Digital platform for joint studies (CPSI), which will allow effective interaction between scientists and representatives of industry. This was reported by TASS first Deputy Minister of science and higher education of Russia Grigory Trubnikov.
“It’s certainly a big job, which involves several major institutions and universities. This work is designed for two to three years”, — said Trubnikov. He added that the shape and configuration of the future platform will present by the end of 2019.
As explained the Deputy Minister, CPSI will make scientific developments available to the industry and the knowledge-based economy and accelerate commercialization. Access to the platform for researchers and companies will be free. It is expected that it will join the already established information systems, including the existing on the basis of Federal Executive authorities and ministries.
According to Trubnikov, the development of CPSI is under the control of the Council for digitization at the Ministry of education, which includes representatives of about 30 specialized institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences, universities and organizations.
CPSI is created in the framework of the Federal program “Development of scientific and scientific-production cooperation” of the national project “Science.” It also involves the creation of at least 15 scientific and educational centers of the world level, 14 competence centres of STI, scientific and research centers at leading universities and research organizations. Only the implementation of the program is planned to be allocated 215 billion rubles.
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