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"Insiders will provide communication support in the process of creation of university «Insiders will have communication support for the creation of university industrial park for scientific symposiums, seminars and conferences. Last year an agreement was signed between the BGU and International Innovative Nanotechnology Centre (IINC) of the CIS countries, and it is being implemented successfully," it was reported.

Insiders to help create industrial park of Baku State University

Baku, Azerbaijan | Posted on December 13th, 2011

The main result of road show "CIS: Partnership in Innovations" held in Baku on 7-8 December was the agreement on cooperation.

The road show organizers say that a further step towards building partnership ties was the solemn signing of the cooperation agreement between the Baku State University (BGU) and communication group Insiders.

"Insiders will provide communication support in the process of creation of university «Insiders will have communication support for the creation of university industrial park for scientific symposiums, seminars and conferences. Last year an agreement was signed between the BGU and International Innovative Nanotechnology Centre (IINC) of the CIS countries, and it is being implemented successfully," it was reported.

The road show organizers are CIS IICN, United Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) and BGU with the support of the Interstate Fund for Humanitarian Cooperation of CIS Member States (IFESCCO). The event operator was communication group Insiders. At the plenary session and subsequent workshops were attended by about 350 professors, graduate students, students of Azerbaijani universities, professionals of institutes of the National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan (AMEA). When delivering speech the representatives of Russian institutes shared with Azerbaijani science and education communities about their work experience in the field of innovation and nanotechnology, protection of intellectual property rights, CIS interstate programs, venture capital management, and also demonstrated the possibilities of cooperation in the commercialization of technologies.

The Azerbaijani participants presented their achievements in this field. In particular, the most modern laboratory for study of nanoparticles was established in BGU, and construction of an industrial park will begin in the BGU in the near future. Young scientists of BGU use widely advanced training opportunities and grants, including within the framework of IINC.

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