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Russia's Central Aerohydrodynamics Institute is set to take part in all European research projects
Russia's Central Aerohydrodynamics Institute (TsAGI) is set to take part in all European research projects, deputy director Sergei Chernyshev said Monday. The institute is currently involved in a project to develop a flexible or aeroelastic airplane, he added. "The European Commission is considering this project, and TsAGI is the project supervisor," Chernyshev said. "The institute has been involved in over 10 European research projects but has never supervised any of them." "Another TsAGI task is to join the Airbus-building projects," he added. While the risk of an intellectual property drain remains, "we should learn to protect our research and patent [the results]," Chernyshev said. "Unfortunately, Russia still lacks an effective system of intellectual property protection." The institute will present a number of projects at the International Airspace Show (MAKS) to be held at the Moscow-region town of Zhukovsky, he said. "We will display an airship, the plan for the Flying Wing [new civil aircraft] and a new ANSAT helicopter," Chernyshev said.
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