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Total CNCP statistic
Number of Jobs Created (Including Secondary Jobs) 2371 Armenia
Belarus
Georgia
Kazakhstan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan


845
3216
Of them, secondary jobs 436 436
Number of Jobs Created for FWE 994 72 1714
UK
Jobs Creation Grant Projects
Number of Projects 84 68 152
Total Cost of Projects £ 26 008 507 £ 10 945 631 £ 36 954 138
DECC* Funding £ 12 989 366 £ 6 554 101 £ 19 543 467
UK
Training, Knowledge Transfer, Economic Development and Legacy Projects (Including Market Research Projects)
Number of Projects 184 172 356
DECC* Funding £ 1 087 438 £ 2 267 618 £ 3 355 056
Total DECC* Funding £ 14 109 804 £ 8 478 558 £ 22 588 363
*DECC - UK Department of Energy and Climate Change
CA
Jobs Creation Grant Projects
Number of Projects 4 13 17
Total Number of Jobs to be Created by the Funded Projects 27 41 68
Total Cost of Projects £ 185 873 £ 362 768 £ 548 641
DFAIT* Funding £ 101 264 £ 219 628 £ 320 892
CA
Training, Knowledge Transfer and Economic Development Projects and Events (Including Market Research Projects)
Number of Projects 4 4
DFAIT* Funding £ 90 685 £ 90 685
Total DFAIT* Funding £ 101 264 £ 310 313 £ 411 577
*DFAIT - Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (Canada)

Get acquainted with Kurchatov

Kurchatov is the satellite town of the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site where the first Soviet atomic and hydrogen bombs were tested. It can be said without exaggeration that this is a town with a unique history and unique people....

«WE'VE GOT TO KEEP
BUILDING NEW THINGS»

Newsletter CNCP | Issue 15, May 2012 | (pdf, 200 Mb)

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THE DAY SUBJECT

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 "For achievements
  that first make you
  smile, and then make
  you think"

ABOUT CNCP
MODEL

Patrick Gray:

JOB CREATION THROUGH THE COMMERCIALISATION OF SCIENCE

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Supporting high technology business ventures built on the basis of scientific innovations developed in former Soviet nuclear weapons establishments has been a central element of CNCP’s work over the last years.




Charles Monck:

BDA – STIMULATIING THE DEVELOPMENT OF LOCAL ECONOMICS

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Business Development Agencies (BDAs) are an essential tool for supporting local and regional economic development. Their primary role is to promote new business opportunities and help businesses overcome barriers hindering their development.



Jonathan Perks:

COMMERCIAL PARTNERSHIP

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CNCP plans to help nuclear centres form commercial relationships with British and other European companies in the framework of their diversification for prevention of possible proliferation of sensible nuclear knowledge.




A Ready Instrument

Interview with Valeriy Dimitrov, the Head of Administration of the City of Sarov

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The involvement of Sarov in the CNCP programme is very timely. The city has fitted organically into the processes of the Russian-British collaboration to the point that it sometimes feels as if we have always been involved: proposals from companies with innovatory products, meetings with potential investors.


Centre for Crystallising Ideas

Interview with Umar Salikhbayev, Director of the INP, Uzbekistan

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It is very valuable that CNCP is considering the opportunity to establish a commercialisation unit at our Institute. We are hoping this activity will indeed serve as a crystallizing nucleus, involving more and more people.