UFA, 4 August 2017. /Bashinform News Agency, Alfiya Agliullina/. In Bashkortostan, the amount of federal grants awarded for the implementation of youth projects amounted to 4.5 million rubles. These funds were allocated by the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs to laureates and prize-winners of the "iVolga" youth educational forum. 21 representatives of Bashkortostan have become its laureates for five years of the forum existence. In 2017, four innovators from the republic became its grants and special prizes holders.
This was discussed at the meeting of the Chief Federal Inspector for Bashkortostan Mikhail Zakomaldin and the Minister of Youth Policy and Sport RB Andrei Ivanuta with the participants - the grantees of the youth forum.
The meeting lasted more than an hour. Young people told about their projects and shared their plans for the future. Many ideas that have been awarded cash prizes are already implemented now.
The graduate student of Bashkir State Agrarian University Katerina Malyutina successfully develops technology for obtaining virus-free potato seeds on the basis of aeroponic installations. The young scientist was provided with the laboratory and sowing grounds for development in the Agli farm in Chishmy district.
Almaz Gataullin, the graduate student at Ufa Science Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, is introducing a new generation preparation for bees invented by him - the Hitamalan. This drug, created on the basis of natural products of beekeeping, can be a better alternative to antibiotics.
Alexander Yudin, who became a laureate in 2016 with the "Faces of Victory" project, has already released the third book with the same name about the veterans of the Great Patriotic War. He presented one copy to Mikhail Zakomaldin.