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Chapter: Appendix K: Government of the Republic of Armenia Resolution No. 1302-N. August 15, 2002

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix K: Government of the Republic of Armenia Resolution No. 1302-N. August 15, 2002." National Research Council. 2004. Science and Technology in Armenia: Toward a Knowledge-Based Economy. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11107.
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Appendix K
Government of the Republic of Armenia Resolution No. 1302-N, August 15, 2002

Approved by the President of the Republic of Armenia, R. Kocharyan, on August 30, 2002

On Science and Technology Development Priorities in the Republic of Armenia

  1. In compliance with the Law of the Republic of Armenia on Scientific and Technological Activities, the Government of the Republic of Armenia decides:

    To approve the science and technology development priorities as follows:

    • Armenian studies

    • Basic research promoting applied research of vital importance

    • Special purpose research

    • Information technologies

    • Advanced technologies (biotechnology, nanotechnology)

    • New energy sources

    • Risk factors and human health

    • New materials

  1. The Ministry of Education and Science, the National Academy of Sciences, and other interested ministries are prescribed to undertake adequate measures

Suggested Citation:"Appendix K: Government of the Republic of Armenia Resolution No. 1302-N. August 15, 2002." National Research Council. 2004. Science and Technology in Armenia: Toward a Knowledge-Based Economy. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11107.
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directed to the development of priority science and technology fields and the training and retraining of skilled specialists.

A. Margaryan

Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia

SOURCE: Provided by the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia, February 2004.

Suggested Citation:"Appendix K: Government of the Republic of Armenia Resolution No. 1302-N. August 15, 2002." National Research Council. 2004. Science and Technology in Armenia: Toward a Knowledge-Based Economy. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11107.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix K: Government of the Republic of Armenia Resolution No. 1302-N. August 15, 2002." National Research Council. 2004. Science and Technology in Armenia: Toward a Knowledge-Based Economy. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11107.
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An NRC ad hoc committee analyzed the current status and future development potential of Armenia’s science and technology base, including human and infrastructural resources and research and educational capabilities. The committee identified those fields and institutions offering promising opportunities for contributing to economic and social development, and particularly institutions having unique and important capabilities, worthy of support from international financial institutions, private investment sources, and the Armenian and U.S. governments. The scope of the study included both pure and applied research as well as education in science-related fields. The committee’s report addresses the existing capacity of state and private research institutions, higher education capabilities and trends, scientific funding sources, innovative investment models, relevant success stories, factors hindering development of the science sector, potential domestic Armenian customers for scientific results and products, and opportunities for regional scientific collaboration. An Armenian language version of the report is also available.

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