The interdisciplinary scientific event "Science of the Future - Science of the Youth" is held annually at the leading universities of our country
Since 2014 the forum has been held in St. Petersburg, Sevastopol, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Sochi, Moscow, Kaliningrad and Novosibirsk.
It was initiated by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation and the Directorate of the Forum is the consulting company "Inconsult K".
INTENSIVE SCIENCE COMMUNICATION
Intensive scientific and educational program in 10 fields of science in the format of lectures, workshops, seminars is what distinguishes the forum from other youth events.
An important part of the event is interdisciplinary scientific communication aimed at discussing current problems of world science, the development of new ideas for collaborative projects, the search for answers to the global challenges of modern society.
Traditionally, the International Days of Science – Russian-German, Russian-French, Russian-Greek and others – take place within the framework of the event.
Megagrant leaders are active not only in science but also in civil society. At the initiative of scientists, since 2014, the international scientific conference "Science of the Future" and the youth forum "Science of the Future - Science of the Youth" have been staged regularly. On the one hand, the events are a kind of public and open report of the program performers to the scientific community, Russian citizens, and international experts. On the other hand, it is an educational event that helps to engage young scientists in science.
YOUNG SCIENTISTS AND BEGINNING PROFESSIONALS
Participation in the forum is an important step in building a successful research career. The event provides an opportunity for professional scientific communication with the world's leading scientists from 25 countries, including Nobel and Fields Prize winners.
Young professionals acquire such skills as the ability to present themselves and their research projects, to talk about scientific results in a plain and accessible manner and to refine their communication skills with specialists from other fields of studies.