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MOSCOW, October 20 (Itar-Tass) - Russia’s state-run nuclear concern Rosatom plans to establish a test and demo centre at the Skolkovo research hub outside Moscow, deputy director of Rosatom’s innovation management department Alexander Tuzov told Itar-Tass.
According to Tuzov, an agreement to this effect is planned to be signed in the nearest future.
“The centre will be used to conduct presentations and to test innovation developments on radiation energy and computer technologies, and on technologies of new materials and nuclear medicine,” he said.
One of Rosatom’s types of commercialization activities is the sale of license agreements for the use of Rosatom technologies. “aggregate proceeds from the sale of Rosatom licenses will be about one billion roubles in 2017,” said Vyacheslav Pershukov, deputy director general and director of Rosatom’s innovation management department.