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  • Recap of Material Science Communication School by ITMO, MISiS, and Rusnano

    The Material Science Communication School, which took place at ITMO in early September, brought together 35 students and young scientists, as well as top-notch experts in materials science and science communication from Rusnano, ITMO, and the National University of Science and Technology MISiS. Within three days, participants listened to experts’ views on the future of science and its popularization, as well as developed communication strategies for their projects. Here are the highlights from the school.


  • ITMO University to Host Modern Art Exhibition 2020 → 2070

    On September 11, the Faculty of Technological Management and Innovations at Chaikovskogo St. 11/2 will open its doors to guests of the modern art exhibition 2020 → 2070.The event will take place as part of a joint project by the RUSNANO Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs and the Frida Project Foundation. In their works, contributing artists muse on the next 50 years of science and technology.


  • A Series of Workshops on ITMO Highpark’s Ecosystem Kicks Off in St. Petersburg

    The workshop “New materials and technologies for the creation of comfortable territorial ecosystem of ITMO Highpark” has kicked off at the Boiling Point (Tochka Kipenia) space of the International Banking Institute in St. Petersburg. Over the course of two days, its participants will brainstorm solutions for new innovative materials and technologies for building state-of-the-art campus dormitories south of the city as part of the ITMO Highpark project. ITMO.NEWS attended the workshop’s opening to find out what tasks are the participants set with, how the work will be conducted and what innovations can be introduced into the plan of ITMO Highpark as a result. 


  • Rusnano Head Chubais: Five New Nanotech Clusters in Russia by 2027

    In the next ten years the Russian nanoindustry will be expanded with five new technological clusters. These are: windpower, solid-waste recycling, flexible electronics, industrial energy storage and nanomodified material. They will join the six clusters that have already been established in Russia since 2007. Anatoly Chubais, head of “Rusnano”, spoke about this at an open lecture in ITMO University. During the talk he analyzed the development of the Russian nanoindustry over the last ten years and gave his forecast on the industry for the upcoming 10 years.