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How and where to should Belarus’ Science develop?

Intellectual profits. According to the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Belarus, every ruble put into researches brings 100 rubles of profit. The intellectual elite of Belarus are discussing the tasks set by President Lukashenko. How and where to should Belarusian science develop?

Alexander Muravsky could only dream about having such an experiment carried out. It seemed something near to impossible to create photooperated color. There was simply no necessary equipment then. Today it is a reality.

Alexander Muravsky, laboratory chief of liquid crystal materials and technologies, the Institute of Chemistry of New Materials of the National Academy of Sciences:
Implementation of such materials into production of equipment

will potentially lead to the increase of internet speed.

 

Liquid crystalline TV and mobile phone lenses are also inventions of Alexander Muravsky. The development of these lenses was carried out during 10 years of time. And today we can see the results.

Alexander Muravsky:
These materials are used in LCD displays which were produced in at a Belarusian plant.

This substance is used for filling capsules, which look very much like ordinary pills. However, after taking these tablets there are practically no side effects,

because they are made from amino acid which doesn’t do any harm to health.

The high tech pills were made at the Institute of Physical Organic Chemistry of the National Academy of Sciences.

Zoya Kuvaeva, head of extraction laboratory, Institute of Physical Organic Chemistry of the National Academy of Sciences:
As many as 15 medicinal products have been developed based on amino acid derivatives. Medicine for treating cardiovascular system, gastrointestinal tract.

Cost components are on the first place for Belarusian scientists today. During the session held at the Academy of Sciences it was summed up that

every ruble put into researches brings 100 rubles of profit.

Alexander Kilchevsky, chief scientific secretary of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Belarus:
The internal market is the main thing;

we must supply Belarus with our products.

Furthermore, the export turnover of the Academy of Sciences summed up to more than 40 million dollars.

Vladimir Gusakov, chairman of the Presidium of the National Academy of Sciences:
A whole program has been developed in 2017; it’s the Year of Science after all.

There are many projects with foreign partners in different sectors of science.

Attention will primarily be paid to the sectors of energy, industry and biotechnology in the Year of Science.

 

How and where to should Belarus’ Science develop?