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Lecture in Dmitry Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia «Third and fourth industrial revolution and chemicalization of economic»

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Dmitry Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Moscow, Russia 
October 7, 2017

Under the umbrella of the «University Saturday» project of Moscow Department of Education there were held open lecturers on various relevant issues in modern science and technologies in the Dmitry Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia.
Dr. Aleksandr Khachaturov-Tavrizyan, head of the University Management and Marketing Department, presented a lecture «Third and fourth industrial revolution and chemicalization of economic». CIS Center Experts participated in that lecture.
The lecture covered  the issues of the third and fourth industrial revolution, transition to the sixth technological mode and the seventh in the future. Those issues are certainly connected with the environmental problems, climate changes, depletion of bioresources and traditional energy sources.
The technological mode is the set of connected manufactures, having a common technical level and developing synchronously. The change of the dominant economic processes in the economy determines the uneven course of scientific and technological progress. The heart of the sixth technological mode are the cognitive sciences, nanoelectronics, nanochemistry and information technologies.
So the chemical technologies define the content and changes of technological modes. Innovative chemical technologies are actually the basis of technological modes changes. 
The chemicalization is aimed on the implementation of achievements in chemicals area and chemical production method in all of the economy sectors.  The information of this lecture might be used for the research of the chemicals regulatory practices influence on the economy and commercial potential of the country.


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