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August 4th, 2009
Serbia to gain prestige in Europe in the field of science and technology
Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Science and Technological Development Bozidar Djelic said yesterday that the trend of young scientists leaving the country is a problem for Serbia but every effort will be made to encourage them to stay so that the country may benefit from their potential.
Djelic said that Serbia cannot reach its goal alone and partnerships must be formed with domestic and international scientific institutions and technology companies.
He said that according to the national strategy the focus will be on seven areas, biomedicine, energy, agriculture and food, information and communication technology, new materials and nanoscience, environmental protection and climate change and improving decision making at the state level and the affirmation of national identity.
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