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Appendix K
Innovation Projects of National Significance to Be Financed by the Russian Ministry of Industry, Science, and Technology During 2003-2006 (title, performing organization, location, award for total period)

  1. Development of technology and launch of mass production of a new generation of dense and fire-resistant materials for general industrial applications: Unikhimtek firm, Moscow, 400 million rubles

  2. Development and initiation of production of nanotechnology-related instruments and equipment: NT-MTD firm, Zelenograd, 400 million rubles

  3. Development of biotechnology and initiation of industrial-scale production of seed stock for high-yield genetically-modified agricultural plants: Bioengineering Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 150 million rubles

  4. Development and initiation of production of promising photoelectronic matrix modules to facilitate creation of competitive Russian infrared technology: Orion Research and Production Association, Moscow, 300 million rubles

  5. Development and launch of industrial production of new-generation catalyzers and catalytic technology for the production of engine fuel: Boreskov Institute of Catalysis of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, 350 million rubles

  6. Development and initiation of industrial production of technology for producing new types of high-quality cardboard using recycled fibers: Central Scientific Research Institute of Paper, Pravdinsky, Moscow region, 150 million rubles



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Scientists, Engineers, and Track-Two Diplomacy: A Half-Century of U.S.-Russian Interacademy Cooperation Appendix K Innovation Projects of National Significance to Be Financed by the Russian Ministry of Industry, Science, and Technology During 2003-2006 (title, performing organization, location, award for total period) Development of technology and launch of mass production of a new generation of dense and fire-resistant materials for general industrial applications: Unikhimtek firm, Moscow, 400 million rubles Development and initiation of production of nanotechnology-related instruments and equipment: NT-MTD firm, Zelenograd, 400 million rubles Development of biotechnology and initiation of industrial-scale production of seed stock for high-yield genetically-modified agricultural plants: Bioengineering Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 150 million rubles Development and initiation of production of promising photoelectronic matrix modules to facilitate creation of competitive Russian infrared technology: Orion Research and Production Association, Moscow, 300 million rubles Development and launch of industrial production of new-generation catalyzers and catalytic technology for the production of engine fuel: Boreskov Institute of Catalysis of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, 350 million rubles Development and initiation of industrial production of technology for producing new types of high-quality cardboard using recycled fibers: Central Scientific Research Institute of Paper, Pravdinsky, Moscow region, 150 million rubles

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Scientists, Engineers, and Track-Two Diplomacy: A Half-Century of U.S.-Russian Interacademy Cooperation Development and initiation of production of a family of highly-efficient gas-steam power units with individual generating capacity exceeding 200 MW: Leningrad Metallic Plant, St. Petersburg, 450 million rubles Creation of technology for and initiation of industrial production of metallic construction materials with 100-percent improved utilization characteristics: Prometei Central Scientific Research Institute of Construction Materials, St. Petersburg, 200 million rubles Development of the synthetic crystal-dielectric industry and its products: Shubnikov Institute of Crystallography, Moscow, 460 million rubles Development and initiation of mass production of a family of competitive diesel engines for various automotive transport applications; Zavolzhsky Engine Plant, Zavolzhye, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, 500 million rubles Development and practical application of equipment, technologies, and organizational-financial approaches (including comprehensive measures) for improving the efficiency of the heating supply system for the regions of Russia: Heating Investment Company, Syktyvkar, Komi Republic, 350 million rubles Improving the efficiency of the solid waste reprocessing by using modern Russian technology and equipment to produce recycled materials and commercial products: Mekhanobrtekhnika firm, St. Petersburg, 400 million rubles Note: Awards announced in April 2003. Source: Russian Ministry of Industry, Science, and Technology, November 2003.