Russian New University (RosNOU) chancellor Vladimir Zernov, Vyacheslav Tyutyunnik (President of International Information Nobel Centre IINC), scientists and other members of RosNOU and other universities took part in the conference.
The conference participants discussed the present condition and the prospectives of the Russian science, the Nobel family's contribution to the development of the Russian science and industry in the XIX – the beginning of the XX centuries (Michael Nobel is the great-grandson of the engineer and manufacturer Ludwig Nobel, the brother of Alfred Nobel – the inventor of dynamite and the founder of the Nobel Prize).
In conclusion to the conference Vladimir Zernov awarded Michael Nobel the RosNOU honorary professor degree on wording 'For the contribution to Russian research and innovation activities abroad'.
On the same day Russian Academy of Sciences held a meeting in which the Academy's President Vladimir Fortov, the head of RosNOU Vladimir Zernov, the President of the Russian Nobelistics Center Vyacheslav Tutunnik and the Ex-President of the Nobel Family Association and the founder of the Nobel Charitable Endowment, RosNOU's Honorary Professor Michael Nobel took part.
During the meeting the participants discussed Russia's contribution to the development of the world's science, the problems of the positioning of the Russian science in the world and the ways of cooperation between Russian Academy of Sciences and the representatives of the Nobel movement.
Vladimir Fortov expressed thanks to Michael Nobel for his interest in the Russian science and gratitude to the Nobel Committee for their attention to the discoveries of our compatriots.
The participants of the meeting emphasized the fact that it's the development of science that will determine the state and function of the economy of this or that country for the world leaders in the post-industrial epoch.