In Armenia, from September 23 to 27, the 6th international scientific conference ‘Chemistry and Chemical Technology’ is being held at the National Academy of Sciences.
Director of the Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry named after M.G. Manvelian of the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia Karen Grigoryan noted that the conference is traditional in nature, which allows the formation of, among other things, friendly relations between scientists, helping to increase the level of cooperation.
He added that the conference was attended by scientists and, most importantly, young specialists from Armenia, Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, and Uzbekistan.
Levon Tavadyan, Academician-Secretary of the Department of Chemistry and Earth Sciences of the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia, in his turn, said that the conference’s tradition is associated with good organization, with discussion of relevant topics in the field of chemistry, in particular chemical synthesis, the creation of new materials, nanotechnologies and nanomaterials.
Director of the Russian Center for Science and Culture (RCSC) in Yerevan Sergey Rybinsky noted that the participation in the international scientific conference of a large number of representatives from Russia, including young specialists, indicates a high level of scientific integration between countries, which is completely in tune with educational programs, conducted by RCSC.
According to him, thanks to these programs, about 200 citizens of Armenia get the opportunity to receive free higher education in Russia.