Welcome to the “INNO-MIR”
Interregional Innovative Development Center
THE GOAL of the INNO-MIR project is to provide active assistance for the process of the integration of fundamental sciences into the innovational ecosystem, which is currently being formed in Russia.
The basis for the realisation of this goal is an interdisciplinary scientific communicative platform, which presents scientists, researchers, entrepreneurs - theorists and practitioners the innovations, - possibility for cooperation within the framework of the project. This synergistic interaction will lead to the creation of new approaches towards solving current global challenges and, more importantly, will contribute to the formulation of fundamentally new tasks. The end result of this cooperative creative activity should be new knowledge, technologies and products.
THE OBJECTIVES of the INNO-MIR project:
- To promote the comprehensive interdisciplinary projects in the field of natural sciences;
- The provide the possibility for the interaction between the participants of the innovative processes;
- To foster an innovative culture by developing and implementing educational programmes, workshops and programmes for innovational tourism;
- To contribute to sustainable development via advertising the innovative technologies, which meet the standards of green economy.
The Interregional Innovative Development Centre INNO-MIR strives towards the unification and cooperation between people, projects, scientific communities, social institutes, which possess various backgrounds, basic values and current priorities. Each of these elements have their own values and occupy a well-deserved place in the historical process of dynamic development. Sometimes to achieve an understanding between these units is difficult. In this case the main issues aren’t territorial borders and language barriers but the limited experience of each individual person. To increase the amount of experience a single person has, to build bridges between cultures and create mutual understanding is INNO-MIR’s goal.
“What is wrong with the society we live in,” said Cornelius Castoriadis, “is that it's stopped questioning itself. It's much more dangerous not to be able to solve some urgent problems, but to reject solving them. Wrong questions distract the attention from the very important issues. It may cause a lot of suffering for people. The difference between fate and destiny, between going with the stream and goal-seeking journey is the right question to ask. We can help ourselves by calling into question our life and our life conditions that seem unquestionable.”