At the first stage of the competition, which is conducted by the Tomsk region administration together with Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics (TUSUR), the young scientists of Tomsk region presented 47 projects solving the region’s priority tasks in four areas, including wireless communication technologies, virtual and augmented reality, robotics and neurotechnology
On April 17, a conference was held on the implementation of the national project “Labor productivity and employment support”.
On April 10, Tomsk region Governor Sergey Zhvachkin held in the region's administration the first meeting of the supervisory board of the Cross-industry joint technology development centre, which the head of the region established along with National Research Tomsk State University and National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University.
The current and new measures of state support for agricultural cooperatives were discussed by the participants of the “Rural partnership as a development path” discussion, held within the framework of the VII Rural Assembly of the Tomsk Region.
As noted by Andrei Knorr, the Deputy Governor of Tomsk Region for agro-industrial policy and environmental management, a critical amount of quality in production, investment activity and budget revenue has been accumulated to move the agro-industrial complex of the Tomsk region to a new stage of development.
Tomsk Region Governor Sergey Zhvachkin at the administration of the region held a meeting with the heads of building companies, heads of municipalities and bankers, where he tasked construction industry in the implementation of national projects.
The signing of a new cooperation agreement between the Tomsk Region and the Rosatom State Corporation was held on March 26 at the Museum of the History of the Siberian Chemical Combine in the Closed Administrative-Territorial Unit of Seversk.
The international rating agency S & P Global Ratings confirmed the long-term ratings of Tomsk Region at the level of "BB-", with a stable outlook.
Tomsk plant OOO "Tomsky Instrumentalnyi zavod" (TIZ) plans to spend up to three billion rubles for technical re-equipment within ten years.
State support is provided within the framework of the implementation of the federal project “Industrial Export” of the national project “International Cooperation and Export” and is rendered in order to increase the export volume of competitive industrial products.