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The Open Innovations Forum  06.11.2013 08:07


SmS tenzotherm Rus participated in the Open Innovations Forum – international event dedicated to emerging technologies and furthering innovation prospects and collaboration worldwide.

The forum was held under the auspices of the Russian government and with the participation of the Government of Moscow , Russian development institutes - JSC " RUSNANO ", JSC " RVC " Fund " Skolkovo " Vnesheconombank Fund for Assistance to Small Innovative Enterprises in Science and Technology , as well as the Agency for Strategic Initiatives and the Chamber of Commerce of the Russian Federation .

Open Innovations Forum is organized by leading the Government of the Russian Federation, the Government of Moscow and with the support of Russian development institutions – Rusnano, RVC, Skolkovo, Vnesheconombank, FASIE, agency for strategic initiatives and chamber of commerce & industry. This event unites representatives of business, policy, science and education to gain a holistic perspective, exchange ideas and to grasp today’s critical global innovation trends.

Leaders of countries, international experts and heads of international corporations were invited to be speakers at the event. The main topic of the forum was "Breakthrough technologies: future architects changing global markets." Official partner-countries of the Open Innovations were Finland and France. Forum hosted the exhibition  "Open Innovations Expo".

A series of panel and open discussions , seminars and round tables were held during which were discussed basic strategy of innovative growth of the economy , the future of fundamental science and education. The results of the research "Technology Trends 2013" conducted by MIT Technology Review were presented at the forum. The study was conducted for the purpose of analyzing the key technology areas where breakthroughs are expected. Under the auspices of " RUSNANO " there were held a panel discussions "Nanotechnology Changing the World " , "Nanotechnology as a response to global energy challenges " and " Nanoelectronics : towards a digital- reality."