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The Moscow government has allocated a grant to the Russian Science Foundation to conduct fundamental and exploratory research. The resolution on this issue was signed by Sergei Sobyanin.

The Russian Science Foundation finances scientific and scientific-technical programs and projects in the field of fundamental research. They are aimed at obtaining new knowledge about the basic laws of the structure, functioning and development of man, society and the environment. The fund was established at the end of 2013 on the initiative of the President of Russia. During this time, he provided support to more than 60 thousand Russian scientists. The volume of project financing amounted to 220 billion rubles.

The funds allocated by the Moscow Government will be used to finance projects of the winners of the Russian Science Foundation competitions in 2023 and 2024.

The 2023 winners include the following projects:

— “Development of methods for modeling and solving problems of controlling the dynamics of systems with software connections”;

— “Development, creation and research of new radioprotective agents”;

— “New phospholyl ligands and their complexes with transition metals and lanthanides”;

— “Study of the molecular structural characteristics of inclusion complexes of supramers of phospholipid derivatives of cyclodextrins for nanomedicine applications”;

— “Study of the effect of chitosan and its chemical modifications on reducing the frequency of metabolic changes, including weight gain during treatment with atypical neuroleptics”;

— “Accumulation of data using scanning probe microscopy for the formation of a test and validation sample as part of the development of a segmentation neural network in relation to the problem of recognizing spatially distributed astrocytes of the brain”;

— “Determination of the role of various molecular and cellular mechanisms in the regulation of the primary and secondary humoral response to allergen in two models of allergy in order to search for potential targets for etiotropic therapy of IgE-dependent pathologies”;

— “Representation of creativity and independence in works of children’s and adolescent literature”;

— “Organization of import substitution and import advance in the production of modern aviation equipment at enterprises in Moscow”;

— “Representation of the history of the school during renovation and major repairs of the building through the study and preservation of artifacts of educational everyday life”;

— “Competitive teacher for the digital economy”;

— “Improving methods of content analysis and machine learning in the field of psychology”;

— “Development of scientific and technological foundations for producing wire from special alloys for additive manufacturing”;

— “Development of a technique for compensating deformation in multilayer structures at the photolithography site for use in the production of printed circuit boards.”

The winners of the 2024 competition will be determined in March.

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