Experts from the new Unity Park center to examine northern residents' quality of life
Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed a resolution establishing an innovative science and technology center, Unity Park, in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area.
According to the resolution, the center's scientific and technological activities will focus on the development of energy security technologies, health protection and improving the quality of life, advanced engineering technologies and new materials adapted to the conditions of the North and the Arctic. First Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Belousov will oversee this work.
"The establishment of Unity Park in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area is an important step in the region’s development. The center will help to develop advanced technologies in energy security, medicine and engineering, as well as to attract investment and commercialize unique scientific developments. The center will open up new opportunities for regional economic growth and strengthening the scientific and technological potential of the area. And there are already a number of companies that would like to become the center's residents," said Deputy Minister of Economic Development Maxim Kolesnikov.
The document also establishes the rules for legal entities to apply for participant status in the project to create the center, the procedure for carrying out scientific and technological activities, as well as the specifics of performing certain types of activities at the center.