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Within the framework of the program of popular science tourism 60 routes in 19 subjects of the Russian Federation have been developed

May 3, 2024

Within the framework of the program of popular science tourism 60 routes in 19 subjects of the Russian Federation have been developed

May 3, 2024

Within the framework of the program of popular science tourism 60 routes in 19 subjects of the Russian Federation have been developed

May 3, 2024

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Within the framework of the program of popular science tourism 60 routes in 19 subjects of the Russian Federation have been developed

New popular science routes have appeared in four regions of Russia: Moscow, the Leningrad Region, the Republic of Tatarstan, and the Karachay-Cherkess Republic. Now it is possible to go on a trip on 60 routes in 19 subjects of the Russian Federation. This was announced by Dmitry Chernyshenko, Deputy Prime Minister and Co-Chairman of the Coordination Committee for the Decade of Science and Technology.

“The program of popular science tourism was developed on the instructions of President Vladimir Putin and is part of the eponymous initiative of the Decade of Science and Technology. It allows travelers to visit significant objects of science, operating, among other things, within the framework of the national project “Science and Universities”. During the May holidays 10 more new routes became available for travel. In Moscow, the program of popular science tourism was already operating earlier, these tours only expanded the offer. For the Leningrad region, Tatarstan and Karachai-Cherkess Republic the experience will be new – they joined the program for the first time”, – commented the Deputy Prime Minister.

Popular science routes are open in Moscow, Moscow Region, Perm Region, Krasnodar Region, Kaliningrad Region, Sverdlovsk Region, Amur Region, Irkutsk Region, Nizhny Novgorod Region, Novosibirsk Region, St. Petersburg, Leningrad Region, Republic of Tatarstan, Tomsk Region, Kaluga Region, Chelyabinsk Region, Chechen Republic, Karachay-Cherkess Republic and Republic of Crimea.

The new routes allow to see large scientific objects – BTA optical telescope and RATAN-600 radio telescope, visit the V.P. Engelhardt Astronomical Observatory of KFU, Innopolis Technoparks, universities and much more. Engelhardt Astronomical Observatory of KFU, Innopolis, technology parks, universities and much more.

Young scientists from the expert group of the Coordination Council for Youth Affairs in Science and Education of the Presidential Council for Science and Education take part in the development of the tours. They participate in the verification of the routes at all stages – from the selection of sites and organization of interactive programs to the evaluation of the scientific component of the route.

Press tours are also organized along popular science routes by the operator of the Decade of Science and Technology, the Autonomous Nonprofit Organization “National Priorities”. Such trips have already taken place in Moscow and the Moscow Region, the Chechen Republic, Nizhny Novgorod, Tomsk, and Novosibirsk.

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