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2020-02-26 16:30:00

ZIOC RAS Participated in the Celebration of the Russian Science Day in Denmark

The Rossotrudnichestvo (Russian Cooperation) office in Denmark jointly with the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) held a comprehensive event dedicated to the Russian Science Day. Russia was represented by delegates from Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry of RAS, Vorozhtsov Institute of Organic Chemistry of SB RAS and Sechenov Moscow State Medical University. They met with the Chemical Department faculty and research teams of the famous educational institution included in the list of 150 world top universities and participated in the academic seminar held at the Russian Center for Science and Culture in Copenhagen, at which ZIOC Deputy Director, RAS associate member A.O. Terentyev and ZIOC PhD student O.V. Bityukov made presentations.

 

 

Further to the meetings, the parties agreed to prepare a joint plan of research projects and professional skills sharing between the European and Russian chemical schools.

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