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Russia 2030: Science and Technology Foresight

21 Jan 2016

This report presents materials for the Foresight that were prepared by the National Research University Higher School of Economics at the request of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. More than 2000 Russian and foreign experts, including representatives of leading research centres, universities, companies, technological platforms, and innovative regional clusters took part in this study.

Russia 2030: Science and Technology Foresight / Gokhberg L. (Ed.); Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation; National Research University Higher School of Economics. – Moscow: HSE, 2016. – 232 p. – 300 copies. – ISBN 978-5-7598-1351-4.

 Russian S&T Foresight 2030 (PDF)

Editor-in-chief: Leonid Gokhberg

Editorial Board: Igor Agamirzyan, Mikhail Blinkin, Sergey Filippov, Nikolay Kasimov, Mikhail Kirpichnikov, Lyudmila Ogorodova, Andrey Yaroslavtsev

Authors: Gulnara Abdrakhmanova, Nina Alekseeva, Dmitry Belousov, Mikhail Blinkin, Vasily Burov, Lev Carlin, Alexander Chulok, Sergey Dobrolyubov, Marina Doroshenko, Oleg Ena, Oleg Evseev, Sergey Filippov, Alexander Giglavy, Leonid Gokhberg, Anna Grebenyuk, Pavel Iosifov, Igor Kaminsky, Oleg Karasev, Nikolay Kasimov, Mikhail Kirpichnikov, Yury Kistenev, Lyubov Matich, Vladimir Mesropyan, Lyudmila Ogorodova, Maxim Patrushev, Vladimir Popov, Liliana Proskuryakova, Sergey Psakhie, Nikolay Ravin, Pavel Rudnik, Alexey Savkin, Konstantin Skryabin, Sergey Shashnov, Alexander Sokolov, Anna Sokolova, Leonid Vaisberg, Konstantin Vishnevsky, Andrey Yaroslavtsev

Russia 2030: Science and Technology Foresight was approved by the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation on January 3,2014 (№ DM-P8-5).

The aim of the study was to identify Russia’s most promising areas of science and technology that are capable of playing an important role in solving various social and economic issues and realising the country’s competitive advantages. The Foresight examines current global challenges, the windows of opportunity and threats linked to these challenges, future innovation markets, radical new products and technologies, and research areas in seven priority fields: Information and Communication Technologies; Biotechnology; Medicine and Health Care; New Materials and Nanotechnologies; Environmental Management; Transport and Space Systems; Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving. The final recommendations have been widely discussed with a large number of Russian and foreign experts.

The report is of practical interest to international organisations, government agencies, companies, research organisations, universities, technology platforms, innovative regional clusters, and other organisations.

This publication was prepared with the support of Development Fund for Applied Research of the National Research University Higher School of Economics.