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Technovation Cup: The Final to Be Held November 11 at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Published on 18 July 2012

On November 11, 2011 the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology will host the final of the Technovation Cup, a contest of innovative projects made by students. It will feature presentations of the best technological projects, the awards ceremony and a sci-tech exhibition.

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7th Technovation Cup: Selection of Innovative Projects by Young Inventors Completed

Published on 18 July 2012

October 25, 2011. Today was the last round of evaluation of the projects participating in the Technovation Cup which for the first time was held with direct support from representatives of FPI venture fund.

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How much is your startup idea worth?

Published on 18 July 2012

Along different projects workflow, I often hear this question about how much is my idea worth. The answer is perfectly simple: The cost of your idea is 0 rub.00 kop.

 

Do not you agree? Vote here.

Why?
Let me explain. The format of a thought in your head - is just an abstraction, which you it can neither sell, nor to attract investors to develop it.

To create demand for an idea it is necessary to turn it into a working prototype, adapted to the available resources and markets. The idea as a though is not tangible until it becomes a foundation for a product, that can be interesting for potential users.

If the ideas are worthless, then what has value then?
It is the quality and speed of realization of this idea into a working prototype (layout) that renders real value to your idea. This is a big world, and the chances are that at this very moment the same idea is born in someone’s mind, and he's working on it right now.

My advice is to pay maximum attention to the implementation of your idea, do not dream, and do not guess, devote as much time and effort as possible to your project and immerse yourself in work. Be a winner in this race, transform your idea into a working prototype. And then you can safely go to a next level, attracting investments to the project.

Do not live by illusions, bring their ideas to life, and the reward will await its hero.

(с) Habrahabr

 

“Successful business formula” from Alexander Timofeev

Published on 18 July 2012

“Reliability and longevity are two words that have more and more value in people’s lives today. Superhard alloys of tungsten and cobalt allow people to drive without fear of brakes failing, and walk up an airplane ramp without grabbing for Validol.

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Dmitry Medvedev showed interest in the nanoCBN cutter plates at the booth of Microbor Nanotech during the exhibition named “History of Russian Innovations: from the Periodic Table to Graphene”

Published on 18 July 2012

 

The exhibition of “History of Russian Innovations: from the Periodic Table to Graphene” was scheduled to coincide with the opening of the “First All-Russian Science Festival” and held on February 8, 2011 in the

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