Belarus has actively been involved in international cooperative programs since 1993. Belarusian scientists in the fields of physics, mathematics, and information technologies carry out nearly a third of all research within international projects. There are around 300 research, design and technology organizations, universities and industrial enterprises involved in research and development in Belarus, with 191 of these organizations based in the capital, Minsk. S&T priorities in Belarus include life and agricultural sciences, environmental protection, information and telecommunications technologies, healthcare technologies, and new energy sources. Research in healthcare and the environment has particularly focused on mitigating the damage from the Chernobyl disaster.
Catalogue of technologies developped in Belarus proposed by the State Committee on Science and Technologies (may require up to 2 minutes to download)
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