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Mosprom plays Hockey

Canada is officially considered the birthplace of hockey, where the first match was held in 1875. The first professional team was also created There in 1904. However, Russians can compete with Canadians for their love for this sport.
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Meet Vitya and Robie

The inquisitive robot Robie, his relationship with his creator, the young engineer Vitya, as well as the acquaintance with the world around him and many industrial enterprises of the capital – from chocolate and clothing factories to the production of flying machines. All this is in the new children's entertainment and educational animated series Vitya and Robie.
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Workshops Through the Eyes of Photographers

Who works AT Moscow's plants and factories, producing industrial equipment, drugs, robots, and polymeric materials? Whatever pictures your imagination may paint, reality is much more exciting.
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Graduates in Moscow

What do you know about today's graduates? What are their career prospects, and how does Moscow help young professionals find their first job? There is a selection of interesting and useful information.
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Two million of tests

Since spring 2020, the number of coronavirus tests in Russia has increased 30-fold. And PCR test producers were chiefly responsible for this. Sigma Polis, one of the test producers, is a new resident of SEZ Technopolis Moscow.
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New Residents at Technopolis

Almost 200 companies have placed modern high-tech production facilities at five sites of the Technopolis Moscow Special Economic Zone and created more than 13,500 jobs. Fifteen enterprises have joined the cluster of the Technopolis Moscow residentsover the last year, with over 1,500 employees to be hired. Five companies launched their production capacities on the premises of Alabushevo, a Zelenograd-based site, and the rest chose to localize in Pechatniki.
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All will be Coca-Cola

Moscow’s Coca-Cola factory has increased its production by one-third, expanding the range of sugar-free drinks and diverting almost all produced waste to recycling. And all that within a year!
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Better by 100 billion: profitable arithmetic

Through public-private partnership (PPP) mechanisms, the city attracts business funds to implement projects of high social significance.
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All the fun for kids

The "children's" range of Moscow-based plants and factories is incredibly wide: every family can clothe, shoe, feed and entertain a child buying only products made in the capital. But the industry and the younger generation have more common points. They interact in other spheres as well. Enterprises in Moscow care for children, help with their education and introduce them to the world around them.
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Energy charge

The Kursk Nuclear Power Plant has the most powerful transformer in Russia, TC-630000/330. Its capacity is 630 MVA, and it weights 400 tons. This giant was produced in 2007 by the Moscow-based company Electrozavod that is a part of ERSO group of companies since 2021. Today, engineers of this innovative enterprise create digital twin power grids and automated city management systems. Recently, supported by the government, they also have started to contribute to the hydrogen energy market.
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The Moscow Technical School: the first graduation

Moscow acquired more professionals in wireless communications systems, digital transformation and quantum communications. And this is just the beginning of a large-scale professional development of the capital's specialists: the Moscow Technical School is recruiting new students.
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Industrial Mind

Francis Bacon, the philosopher, said: "There be three things which make a nation great and prosperous: a fertile soil, busy workshops, easy conveyance for men and goods from place to place." 400 years later, the phrase is still relevant, but it can be shortened a bit: an active industry can enrich both land and trade, as well as people. Moscow-based industrial enterprises are confidently developing in this direction.
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Collection by points

Annually Moscovites throw away nearly 400 thousand tons of computers, phones, TVs, microwave ovens, and other electronic devices. 80% of such waste ends up in landfills and contaminates nature. But soon the situation is about to change.
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Operated as a concession

Nearly 4,000 jobs will be created due to concession agreements signed in Moscow: over 3,000 employees will be hired during construction works within several projects, and when the works are over, nearly 700 people of many different professions will land jobs there.
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Minus nitrogen and phosphorus: new Moscow concession

In the last 10 years the inhabitants of the capital city reduced water consumption by almost 90 liters per day per person. This led to the reduction of waste water discharge. However, waste water became more polluted. In order to treat wastewater without causing any inconvenience to Moscovites residing in the neighborhood, the water treatment facilities are undergoing a major reconstruction.
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Unicorns-2021

Every day about 100 technological start-ups are launched worldwide. Some of them will become unicorns, and others will fade into oblivion. Medicine, transport, artificial foods…What other niches proved to be the most popular in the world in 2021?
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New turn

Over the decade, the total length of Moscow roads has grown by 17% and reached 7,000 km. Dozens of new highways, junctions, tunnels and overpasses are firing the imagination of Moscovites with their futuristic appearance and complex architecture, but most importantly, they save the capital city from exhausting traffic jams.
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Technopolis "Moscow": Numbers and Facts

What do you know about SEZ "Technopolis "Moscow"? The special economic zone was created in 2006. It consists of five sites with a total area of 223.3 hectares. The biggest production site in Technopolis is Alabushevo in Zelenograd. Аnd other facts and numbers.
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Technopolis becomes Technocity

2021 is declared a Year of Science and Technology. 5,500 significant events were dedicated to the development of Russian science and the implementation of innovative technologies. 11 million participants took part in the thematic program of the year with 275 million people joining online. During the Year of Science, "TECHNOPOLIS "MOSCOW" Special Economic Zone has set another record: the investment volume tripled and totaled up to 21.6 billion roubles.
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The Oscar of New Technologies

Cisco Partner Summit Global Awards, HPE Digitize, Huawei ICT Competition, Intel Capital, Microsoft Partner of the Year. The big names in international technology awards are known to every innovative company in the world. However, this is by no means a complete list of sought-after competitions. For example, in 2021 the economic zone Technopolis Moscow established for its residents the award Technohod for achievements in the development of innovative business.
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Mosprom for students

Self-presentation skills, internship, or a job in a large Moscow company, as well as the inspiration for the mid-term exams – all this could be obtained in just one student week at Mosprom studweek, which was held in the capital from 11 to 18 December. For some students, it marked the beginning of their careers.
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Behind open doors

How and where are our favorite products made? Who produces items of everyday use? How are unique technologies that make all of us proud developed? No more secrets exist for the curious and passionate! Moscow-based industrial companies willingly open their doors to them in the well-known project Open#Mosprom.
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Foreigners in Moscow

Do you love Moscow as much as foreign investors do? So far, they have already invested over 268 billion dollars in our city's economy. Today, the capital city accounts for about half of all foreign investment in Russia. The steady interest of investors has made Moscow even more active in the development: new urban infrastructure facilities appear in the city.
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A matter of life and equipment

An unfortunate fall, a sudden malaise, a sharp pain, an accident – in all these cases, first aid comes to the rescue. However, doctors are not always able to make accurate diagnoses without the use of sophisticated medical equipment. It is of high importance that it is reliable and works correctly. These qualities are guaranteed by the procurement of medical facilities through life cycle contracts.
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The great world of nanotechnologies

What size is a nanometer? One billionth of a meter! Invisible to the eye, nanoparticles are already breaking new ground in the development of many industries. This includes the creation of advanced materials, study of their structure and properties, nanoelectronics, and even medicine, where research moves from the cellular level to the molecular and even atomic level.
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Eyes like a hawk

Bionic eyes, 3D printed cornea, laser vision correction, VR-glasses for diagnostics of eye impairments and diseases – these are not a fictional world: a future is already here which gives sight to 2,2 billion people suffering from visual impairment around the globe who are now able to examine life from different angles. Lenses and glasses production moves forward. Over 320,000 pairs of glasses were manufactured in 2020 in Moscow alone, many of them made by automated systems using computer vision...
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All about Doza

Radiation can do both good and harm: it depends on the amount, method of application, and monitoring. The equipment of the scientific and production company Doza, which operates in manufacturing facilities of more than 50 countries, is responsible for the latter factor.
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Chain Reaction

DNA is a unique molecule that ensures life on our planet. And DNA-Technology is a unique company that helps our country hold leading positions in PCR diagnostics.
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We do good

This date commemorates the death of Mother Teresa, a life-long missionary who helped the destitute and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 for her "work to alleviate poverty and help people." The holiday is a way to raise public awareness of the work of charitable organizations.
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Lighting up the cities

Every year in Florence, on the night of September 7, the eve of the feast of Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, who is highly revered in Italy, the Festa della Rificolona (Feast of Lanterns) is celebrated. This unusual festivity dates back to the XVII century, when the peasants, going to the main fair of the year, hit the road before dawn to arrive in time to take a better place for trading. They lit their way with homemade lanterns – candles, shielded from the wind with paper hubcaps.
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Playing games

Many of you know that Teddy Bear was named after Theodore Roosevelt. But how did this toy come about?
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Taking care of nature

National Crush a Can Day is an American holiday that raises a worldwide issue: the importance of recycling. This day reminds that our planet's resources are limited and should be used rationally, and recycling helps not only to save money, but also to improve the ecological situation.
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Staying healthy

Global Handwashing Day was established in 2008 following a decision of the UN General Assembly, UNICEF Children's Fund and the World Health Organization. The purpose of the day is to spread awareness about the importance of hand hygiene for health. The relevance of such a holiday is especially high during the pandemic. To prevent new infectious threats, it is necessary to ensure universal access to the means of hygiene and disinfection.
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We have taste

September and October are the harvest months when the results of field work are sent to the granaries. This is probably the reason why not only the Food Industry Workers' Day (October 17), which was introduced in the USSR in 1966, but also the World Food Day (October 16) is celebrated in the fall.
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School for the generation NEXT

Teachers' Day is celebrated annually on the 5th of October – it is another chance to give thanks to educators for their contribution to the future generation’s development; even switching education into a digital environment could not replace a teacher. The quality of Moscow education is ranked among the best in Russia. The capital’s modern schools are equipped with innovative educational media centers that allows teachers to use interactive technologies in a classroom. There are also spaces designed...
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Their health is in our hands

International Beaver Day is celebrated annually. Our main purpose this day is to remind people that the most vulnerable beings, animals, need our help and care. Climate change, ecological environment, and anthropogenic activity — all harm them.
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Pharmaceutics and medical industry in new conditions

The world has been living in a constant fight against coronavirus infection for a year and a half. In this matter, the industry is far from being the least important player, with medical production and pharmaceutics at the forefront. These Moscow industries operate like well-oiled watches, and their production facilities provide essential medicines and equipment not only for our country but other countries, as well. This article tells you what nations Moscow cures.
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Space odyssey under the ground

October 27 is World Audiovisual Heritage Day. Thanks to this holiday, adopted by the UNESCO in 2005, millions of information media obtained protection: movies, radio and TV programs, audio records and photographs – everything that reflects history. The Space Mosprom travelling exhibition includes nearly 200 such archive photographs. Since October a themed train services the routes of Moscow underground.
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Tech in the city

Thanks to a technological breakthrough and the emergence of different formats that allow storing and reproducing images, music and video, we witnessed the Victory Parade on Red Square, the first manned flight into space, saw a teddy bear floating in the sky – the symbol of the Olympics 80 and the happy faces of the winners. Today, audiovisual tools help to show and tell in great detail how such an important sector of the economy as industry functions.
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New adventures of TRIO

Did you know that the first animated cartoon in Russia was a puppet one? In 1906, Alexander Shiryaev, the ballet-master of the Mariinsky Opera and Ballet Theater, created such a cartoon, using 12 ballerina puppets and stationary scenery with the puppets dancing against it. It was only 18 years later when animated films began to be MADE. Even today, puppets continue to appear on TV screens, for example, as characters in various programs.
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The spartakiad sets records

Records almost four thousand participants, ten kinds of sports, nine qualifying weeks, as well as new records and winners' names - the 3rd Annual Mosprom Spartakiad ended in Luzhniki Olympic Complex on September 25. The sports achievements of the capital's industrialists, just like those of other athletes, are based on support of a mentor, a friend, a teacher, and this is all the same person – the coach.
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Extreme team building

How to spend an extreme weekend with colleagues and get back to work in one piece? Maxim Tsukanov, a young scientist and a head of the test laboratory for nondestructive inspection at TSNIITMASH Company, shares his experience on World Life Day.
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The secret of a perfect purée

VDK is a Technopolis Moscow Special Economic Zone resident company known as a producer of petrochemical, mining and manufacturing equipment. Its devices have various applications, for instance, special food modifications of the S-Mix mixers installed in one of the largest factories in Russia and Europe producing infant foods.
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"MOSPROM" through a kaleidoscope

Moscovites and guests of the city walking along the Abrat and Shkolnaya streets last month – from the 1 to 31 of August – could learn about Moscow factories and curious details of manufacturing thanks to a photo exhibition "Kaleidoscope "Mosprom".
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New technologies in the food processing industry.
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Confectioners' battle

If you ever decide to fill a 3D-printer with chocolate, be sure, you have been beaten: the SUI System innovation center has tested the possibility of 3D chocolate printing. Moreover, they have held kind of a competition between a printer and a confectioner. Do you want to know the winner?
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Innovative cooling from OMEX

Almost half of the total energy use in groceries stores is used for cooling of food products so that they stay fresh and under the right temperature while waiting for their customer. The OMEX company has found a way to reduce energy costs.
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Urban food industry

Population growth urges us to search for new ways of food production, especially in cities, where the population is rapidly increasing.
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High-end technologies for ordinary kitchen

Human labour is not enough for a supermarket to provide us with fresh salad, grains of choice and delicious chocolates. Robots assist in feeding moscovites!
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"OPEN#MOSPROM": delicious tours

More than 1 million people took an online-tour to Moscow factories during a new season of the "Open#Mosprom with stars" project now they know how chips are made from salad, how to make medicines, and how to build well-known "Sukhoi" Superjet 100 airplanes.