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Serbia's Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic yesterday expressed hope that the scientists and their research in the future will to a greater extent contribute to the development of Serbian economy.
Opening a meeting on the construction of a nano technology centre in Belgrade at the Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences, Dacic pointed out that the construction of a scientific and technological complex in Belgrade will integrate several research institutes in the field of nanoscience and emerging technologies.
He said that the nano technology centre will have world-class scientific equipment, and that this centre will be unique in the region in terms of capacity and in terms of its efforts to be the medium for the transfer of knowledge in the economy.
The centre will employ top researchers, and access to the complex will be available to other scientists from the country and abroad, the Prime Minister explained.
He said that the Serbian government will continue to encourage the development of knowledge related to innovation and new technologies.
Serbia is a country that is in crisis, and science must contribute to overcoming that crisis, he said.
Dacic said that the work of scientists in Serbia in the future must not be focused on building personal biographies, but the results of this scientific work must be valorised so that it provides progress of the whole country.
Our mission is to educate young scientists so as to take a deserved place in the international scientific community, Dacic concluded.
Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development Zarko Obradovic pointed out that economic competitiveness in the modern world depends on knowledge, and most countries base the sustainability of their economies on the development of new technologies.
Obradovic said that quality education and scientific research is one of the largest development resources today.
The government is working responsibly to ensure the legal requirements so thato scientific research activities, together with education, could be the bearers of the development of Serbia, the Minister said.
State and society must responsibly approach the issue of "brain drain" and to encourage young people who have acquired knowledge and experience in foreign laboratories and research centres to Serbia, he said.
Believing in Serbian science, I am sure that our researchers and institutions will achieve its mission because only together can we overcome the crisis and return Serbia on the road of prosperity, concluded Obradovic.
The ceremony at the Academy was attended by members of the International Advisory Board Nano Centre, including the Nobel Prize winner in chemistry Richard Ernst. Source: Serbian Government
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