NEWS AND EVENTS
April 30, 2012
Innovations for the Future: Unconventional ideas offered by youngsters
Nine innovation projects have been represented to the view of experts, activists and attendees of the discussion organized by members of the Center for Innovation Ideas and winners of the Kelajak Ovozi Republican Contest of Gifted Youth.
Center for Innovation Ideas under the Kelajak Ovozi Youth Initiatives Center, established in 2010, is aimed at promoting developments, supporting and implementation of innovation projects of winners of the same name contest.
Among the basic tasks is the creation of general data base of projects of youth for national economy, light, heavy and chemical industries, medicine, automobile industry and other sectors; implementation of projects in collaboration with major organizations, involvement of specialists for completion, improvement and realization of projects and many others. Partners of the Center for Innovation Ideas are the Uzbek Agency for Communication and Informatization, State Patent Office, Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan, Coordinating Committee for Development of Science and Technology, Tashkent State Technical University, National Information Society Agency (South Korea), Opera Software and others.
At the discussion nine innovation projects have been presented by winners of the Contest Kelajak Ovozi of different years, and from the members of the Center for Innovation Ideas, including those undergraduates, postgraduates and candidates of sciences.
Undergraduate of the Navoi Mining and Smelting Institute, winner of the republican round of Kelajak Ovozi 2011 Ilhomjon Rahmatov presented his project Use of Nitride Gases in Processing Phosphoric Wastes at Qizilqum Combine. Key specialist at the Youth Creativity Center of Qoradaryo district of Samarqand region, winner of regional round of Kelajak Ovozi 2011 Sunnatjon Mamasoliev displayed his project Receiving Glucose from Wheat Stems. According to this project, wastes after production could also be used fro getting building mixtures. Postgraduate-probationer at the Tashkent State technical University, attendee of the Center fro Innovation Ideas Shahnoza Sultanova told about her project Ways of Treating Microelementosis among Animals, Poultry and Plants on Regions of Uzbekistan that envisages the use of iodine, magnesium and starch as food addictive for animals and poultry. There have been developed plenty of no less interesting offers and projects within the discussion.
“My project is meant for agriculture. I am dealing with it for three years and it is very crucial, as iodine deficit is typical to our region. Our product iodine-bromine is very profit-proved. In creating iodine-bromine we got inspired with the experience of doctors from Chortoq health resort. It makes me happy if my development would benefit the country’s agriculture,” Shahnoza Sultanova says. (Source: “Uzbekistan Today” newspaper)