May 21. /TASS/. Tyumen State University created 50 new jobs for young scientists, who work on solving the problems of West Siberian Interregional Research Center, announced the press service of Tyumen State University, which is a participant of the top-notch research facility, on Friday .
Earlier on May 19, during a meeting of the Council of the top-notch research center, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko said that in 2021 it is planned to create 100 new laboratories, and it is proposed to do this within the center's framework. The laboratories will be headed by promising young scientists under the age of 35. It was also noted at the meeting that in 2020 the highest growth rate in the number of created high-tech jobs was recorded at West Siberian research center.
"At the moment, 50 new jobs have been created in the laboratories for the positions of junior researchers, research engineers, engineers, research laboratory assistants in scientific departments where scientific and technological projects and developments are carried out, including in accordance with the action plan of West Siberian interregional top-notch research center," the message reads.
It is noted that among the young researchers supported by the program are graduates of Tyumen State University and other Tyumen universities, as well as those who moved to Tyumen from other cities to work in promising projects and enroll in graduate school. For example, there is a 100% youth laboratory of sedimentology (a branch of geology that studies sedimentary rocks and the processes of their formation) and the evolution of the paleobiosphere at the university.
According to Ivan Romanchuk, the rector of Tyumen University, the university is focused on creating special conditions to support the successful work of young researchers and postgraduates.
“That is why promising scientists from leading foreign and Russian scientific centers and universities come to us. It is fundamentally important for them to work in international scientific collaborations, internships in the best scientific organizations and partner universities, support by grants and scholarships. It is important for us that young people are already showing the results while working on human, animal and plant biosafety, which is a landmark for the top-notch research center," Romanchuk was quoted as saying.