Over 80 experts, diplomats, young scientists and business representatives from Russia and China will take part in the seminar
The event will be held at the Northern (Arctic) Federal University from 11 to 13 December.
Over 80 experts, diplomats, young scientists and business representatives from Russia and China will take part in the seminar on the “Development of Science Diplomacy in the Arctic in the Context of Global Challenges.”
The seminar aims to unite the intellectual efforts of universities and scientific centres of Russia and China to find new ways to develop international humanitarian and scientific-educational cooperation between the two countries.
More than 20 high-level experts from nine leading Chinese universities and the Chinese Academy of Sciences will participate in the seminar.
The Russian side will be represented by experts from universities and research institutes located in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Tomsk, Yakutsk, Apatity, Khanty-Mansiysk, Chelyabinsk, Murmansk and Syktyvkar.
The seminar will examine aspects of science diplomacy in the context of geopolitical challenges, transport and logistics development, and environmental and climate risks.
The cross-cutting theme of the seminar will be the discussion of issues related to the language of scientific communication, including the preparation of scientific publications for international scientific journals in the context of Russian-Chinese scientific cooperation.
In addition, on the margins of the seminar, a cooperation agreement will be signed between the Northern (Arctic) Federal University and Beijing Institute of Technology, which acts as the project coordinator on the part of China and has extensive experience in cooperation with the Russian university.
Source: NARFU Press Service