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Russia to Launch a Project for Supporting Startups in Universities in 2022

December 6, 2021, 17:36 (UTC+3)|

The University Technology Entrepreneurship Platform federal project, designed to stimulate students to set up their own businesses and attract investors, will be launched in 2022. Telesputnik writes that this was announced by Vice Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko.

The project will be one of the strategic initiatives of the Government. Around $270 million (20 billion rubles) will be allocated for the implementation of the project until 2024. The project will create 150,000 new jobs by 2030.

Earlier it was reported that the Ministry of Economic Development had developed a plan to support technology startups at all stages of development.

In August Chernyshenko also announced that a unified digital platform for science would be launched in the Russian Federation. Within the framework of the platform, an ecosystem of services for joint research will be formed by 2030.

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