"Golden 100" project of registering young scientists and innovators being implemented in Dagestan
Makhachkala, December 3, 2014. The winner of the Caucasian Youth Forum "Mashuk-2014" - the "Golden 100" project on making up a registry of young scientists and innovators – is being implemented in Dagestan, project author Raziyat Idrisgadzhieva, a member of Dagestan Open Youth Government, told RIA "Dagestan".
The "Golden 100" is Dagestan Head’s roster of young scientists and innovators, a ranking list of young scientists and innovators of the region, plus publishing a collection of biographies of the top 100 young scientists in 4 areas of research that have been selected within the project.
The project is being implemented by Dagestan ministry of education and science, the Dagestan committee on education, science and innovation, and Dagestan Open Youth Government.
The "Golden 100" will help create a platform for propaganda and identifying young talents in science and innovation to promote scientific activity among the young Dagestanis," said deputy minister of education and science Shirali Aliyev.
The competition aims at promoting and stimulating scientific activity among young people by attracting attention to what young scientists and innovators do, providing informational support, allowing young scientists to revel their scientific potential, and providing environment for exchanging experiences between scientific communities of the republic.
Young scientists and innovators are to compete in research areas like natural sciences, humanities, social and economic sciences, and technical sciences. The project aims at creating a young competitive scientific elite of the region. This project contributes to implementing one of Dagestan priority development projects called "Human resources".