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BRYU announces start of «100 ideas for Belarus» republican youth project

BRYU has announceв the start of «100 ideas for Belarus» republican youth project. The project aims at promoting innovative activity and professional mobility of the youth, creating and implementing proper innovative projects and advanced research developments.

Young researchers and innovators aged 14 – 31 are called upon to send their ideas and projects till October 24 (212030, 31 Pervomaiskaya st., Mogilev; okbrsm@inbox.ru) with a «100 ideas for Belarus» note or to bring them to BRYU local committee.

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