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  • effective state support for major scientific-technical libraries and accelerated development of the Internet for state-financed organizations, including RAS institutes, to ensure that these organizations have full access to information about scientific developments during the research planning stage;
  • periodic publication of forecasts of global trends in the natural sciences (physics, chemistry, and biology) to facilitate long-range planning of scientific research;
  • creation of a network of state (or international) centers in Russia to study market demand in the most important sectors of industrial production;
  • state support for the network of collective-use centers recently created by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research to facilitate work on grants for basic experimental research; and
  • immediate adoption of the Law on Inventions Made in the Course of Employment and changes in the Patent Law on State Ownership Rights to Intellectual Property.

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