The Second Central Asian Research Forum on Sustainable Development - Kazakhstan

The Second Central Asian Research Forum on Sustainable Development - Kazakhstan

The Second Central Asian Scientific Forum on Sustainable Development and Innovations of the PhD Association of Kazakhstan in Great Britain was held at the Astana International Campus site for the first time in Kazakhstan on April 4.

During the event, young scientists presented their advanced projects and discussed the possibilities of interaction within the framework of the forum’s agenda, which also aims to establish links and strengthening cooperation between Kazakh and British universities, as well as stimulate research activities in such areas as chemical and mining industry, agriculture, tourism, energy, education and infrastructure development.

During the Forum between the AIFC Bureau (BCPD, Ltd.) and the PhD Association of Kazakhstan in the United Kingdom was signed an agreement, under which cooperation on research and research activities in key areas of the AIFC is planned. “Like BCPD Ltd.”, being the center of competence at the AIFC and a platform for interaction within the framework of continuous professional development, we will be glad to cooperate with young scientists. Each doctoral candidate can speak at our Astana International Campus site, share ideas, conduct scientific and research activities for the benefit of Kazakhstan and the entire Region.” said Yernur Rysmagambetov, Deputy Chairman of the Board of AIFC Administration JSC.

“Today in the UK more than 80 doctoral students from Kazakhstan are enrolled in various specialties. This platform was created in order to facilitate the interaction of young scientists of the two countries in the field of science and education, as well as to ensure a dialogue between investors and projects. The forum, which is held in Kazakhstan for the first time at the AIFC site is needed so that every true scientist in our country can present his breakthrough idea to investors and create an innovative export product of Kazakhstan.” commented Aliya Sembayeva, head of the Kazakhstan PhD Association in the UK.

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