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Annually allocation of money for each scientific worker will be increased by five times in 2008
Money annually allocated for each scientific worker will be increased by five times in 2008," Russian Education and Science Minister Andrei Fursenko said at a press conference on Monday. In his words, if in 2003 about 133,000 rubles was annually allocated for each scientific worker ($1=29.22 rubles), in 2008 this sum will be increased to 750,000 rubles. This criterion is included in the concept of the Russian Federation's participation in the property management of state-run scientific organizations, Mr. Fursenko added. The draft concept was coordinated last week at the Education and Science Ministry. According to the minister, this concept is "a reasonable, balanced and modern document". "This is a proper step aimed at medium-term reforming and modernization of science," he noted. On his part, President of the Russian Academy of Sciences Yuri Osipov said that the document has a special section dedicated to fundamental science in Russia. In his opinion, the state should back fundamental science, however, scientists but not officials should tackle its key reforms. According to rector of Moscow State University Viktor Sadovnichy, the concept should reflect the issues of education quality, availability and gratuitous status. Scientific workers were satisfied with the fact that the updated concept does not contain the number of higher education establishments that should remain in Russia by 2008. The assessment of intellectual property in Russia was considered in the concept, as well.
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