Russian Flexible Electronics Center was nominated for the Priority 2.0 award for the effective implementation of cutting edge technologies. The nomination was announced on the official website of the award on August 4, 2020.
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Russian Flexible Electronics Center (a company of the TechnoSpark group, member of the RUSNANO Group’s Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs investment network) was nominated in the Electronics and Robotics Technology and Breakthrough Technology categories. The company is the first industrial manufacturer of the displays and sensor device key components based on thin-film plastic electronics. It was established in March this year in TechnoSpark in the partnership with the Moscow Government and the Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs.
Another nominee for the award is TestGene of the ULNANOTECH Ulyanovsk nano-center, also a member of the Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs investment network. TestGene is competing in the Medicine and Health Care and Cope-ability categories.
The Priority award is given to the companies and projects that foster the development of the hi-tech home products and improve our industry competitiveness in the domestic and export markets. The call for applications will continue up to October. The jury voting and the awarding ceremony will take place in the second half of October in Moscow.
Source: Priority 2.0