Leonid Reznikov, Deputy Governor of Tomsk Region and Eduard Galazhinsky, the Principal of National Research Tomsk State University (TSU) opened an engineering center for development and scaling up of new chemical technologies, unique in Siberia and the Far East.
On May 23rd Sergey Zhvachkin the Governor of Tomsk Region and Roman Panov, Director General of OAO Rosgeologia signed a cooperation agreement at St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.
Tomsk Region has become the best region of Russia for development of small and medium business for the tenth time
Based on the results of the XIII exhibition forum Days of Small and Medium Enterprises of Russia – 2014 that was held as part of the Russian Entrepreneurship Week in Moscow, Tomsk Region was nominated a winner as Best Region of Russia for development of small and medium enterprises and environment for them
The project calls for construction of an Olympic type four-story sport complex with two basins: a 50-meter Olympic type swimming pool and adjacent 25-meter pool with 10 lanes each and several gyms.
A pilot laminated birch log house was built in the village of Peschano-Dubrovka (Kozhevnikovsky district) following the innovative technology of Tomsk scientists.
According to the members of the Energy Coordination Council, power industry and power consumption system are now facing their top-priority task aimed at successful implementation of Siberia's power industry development strategy.
In view of Peterburgskaya Politika Fund, in April 2014 Tomsk Region hit the top five most socially and politically stable regions in Russia.
According to AIRR experts who monitored the events and media life activities in April, Tomsk Region took the lead staying ahead of Krasnoyarsk Krai, Kaluga Region and the Republic of Tatarstan.
As compared to the industrial production parameters over January-March2013, in 2014 the production of the region has grown up by 6%. Whilst in Siberian Federal District (SFD), over the same period of time the industrial production has grown up by 2,4%.