Sunday, September 24, 2017

Applications for the industry award competition now available

The Sverdlovsk Regional Entrepreneurship Support Fund recently announced that it is now accepting applications for the competition of the National Industry Prize of the Russian Federation “industry” award. The competition is intended to encourage the diversity and development of advanced technologies that will improve Russia’s industrial production.

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Yekaterinburg hosts Build Ural International Exhibition

According to a recent report from Sverdlovsk Investment News, Yekaterinburg will host the Build Ural International Exhibit from February 17 to 20, 2015. The event is intended to encourage further construction development in the Sverdlovsk region. Attendees will include professionals involved in designing, building, and operating housing and industrial businesses throughout the Ural region.

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Belarusian engineers to train in Urals

Ural Federal University recently announced that Belarus’ future engineers specializing in nuclear power plants will receive their training in the Urals. The joint master’s program, titled electronic control system of physical units, is between Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics (BSUIR) and the Belarusian National Technical University (BNTU).

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RoboCV gains $3 million in investments

According to a recent report from Skolkovo, the space cluster resident RoboCV recently gained $3 million-worth of new investments to further the development of its autopilot vehicle. RoboCV has equipped the autopilot vehicles with its innovative X-Motion intellectual autopilot system, which enables the vehicles to operate in warehouses and factories without any assistances.

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Arcadia Belyavsky earns Blue Bird award

The Government of the Sverdlovsk region recently announced that Arcadia Belyavsky, the minister of the Ministry of Health of the Sverdlovsk Region, has earned the prestigious Blue Bird award. Belyavsky won the award for his outstanding service as minister and for his work benefitting individuals with rare diseases. The Blue Bird award was originally created by a charity organization for people with disabilities and rare diseases.

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