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Winners declared at V Russian National Contest of Innovation Journalism "Tech in Media"

28.10.2015

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Winners declared at V Russian National Contest of Innovation Journalism "Tech in Media"

On October 28, in Moscow, the "Open Innovation" Forum held a solemn ceremony of awarding the winners of V Russian National Contest of Innovation Journalism "Tech in Media", established by RVC. The contest aim is at encourage and promote activities of the journalists covering the topic of scientific development, successful examples of commercialization, as well as attracting attention of larger segment of society to the issues of technological development of Russia.

In 2015, the contest received 439 works from 39 regions of Russia. The contest's thematic finals were included in the U-Novus Forum Program in Tomsk, "Innoprom" in Yekaterinburg, Russian Scientific Festival "NAUKA 0+" in Krasnoyarsk and Moscow. In 2015, the Contest's prize fund amounted to 2.08 mln rubles.

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The awards were presented to the winners by David Yang, founder and member of the Board of Directors of ABBYY, Konstantin Agladze, Russian popularizer of science, MIPT professor, Alexander Potapov, Deputy General Director - Executive Director of RVC, Dmitry Mordvintsev, Director of BIOCAD Market Development, Dan Medovnikov, Director of the Institute for Innovations Management of the Higher School of Economics.

Winners of V Russian National Contest of Innovation Journalism "Tech in Media"

Technology business

The best publication/series of publications in a federal print edition

Andrey Konstantinov — "Life with robots", "Schrödinger's Cat", a popular science magazine;

The best publication/series of publications in a regional print edition

Elena Taylasheva - "Quite the characters. How Tomsk medicines try to fight immunoglobulin and Arbidol", "Tomsk News" newspaper;

The best publication/series of publications in online media

Eleonora Chernaya — «Mission possible: Tomsk biopolimer fibres will replace the European ones", RIA - Tomsk;

The best TV/radio spot

Anna Knyazeva — "Moscow. Science Territory", "Echo of Moscow" radio station.

Advanced production

The best publication/series of publications in a federal print edition

Natalya Yugrinova - "Factory of life", Business Magazine

The best publication/series of publications in a regional print edition

Natalya Chernyshova - "Green Revolution", "Belgorod Business Class" Magazine, Art-Alliance LLC

The best publication/series of publications in online media

Alexander Baulin - "Five steps to giant manlike robots", LENTA.RU

The best TV/radio spot

Olga Orlova - "Hamburg account" program cycle, Russian Public Television ANCO

Promotion of science

The best publication/series of publications in a federal print edition

Kirill Stasevich - "White, brown, beige fat", "Science and Life" Magazine

The best publication/series of publications in a regional print edition

Alexandra Ismaylova - "Students dreams", "Arguments & Facts - Samara"

The best publication/series of publications in online media

Darya Sarkisyan - "Deadly vaccinations and other myths: how to deal with the alternative medicine - Afisha-City

The best TV/radio spot

Taysia Moshkova - "To hear the grass growing" popular-science film" spot, "Arctic Bridge" NArFU Media-Center

Life Sciences

The best publication/series of publications in a federal print edition

Elena Nikolaeva - "Genetic Puzzle Decoders", "Expert" Magazine

The best publication/series of publications in a regional print edition

Vera Sviridova - "Am I watching, but not seeing?", "Saint-Petersburg University" Magazine

The best publication/series of publications in online media

Dmitry Samarin - "Mammoths resurrection, amphibius ichthyosauri and Hercules' viper", LENTA.RU

The best TV/radio spot

Anna Baranovskaya - "Virtual human body - a unique development of the scientists from Nizhny Novgorod", Vesti. Nizhny Novgorod

The best Mass Media

The best printed federal media on the subject of science, innovations and technologies

Troitsk variant Edition - Science

The best Internet-media on the subject of science, innovations and technologies

Academic project The Attic and popular scientific entertainment publication N+1

The best regional media on the subject of science, innovations and technologies

"Paper" (Saint-Petersburg) online newspapers — for the development and popularization of Science Slam format

TV and radio: the best series of programs on the subject of science, innovations and technologies

TV-channel "Russia 24"

The best blog on the subject of science, innovations and technologies

Much like animals (authors blog by Evgenya Timonova) and Science for one minute (Media-Center at Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University).

Alexander Potapov, Deputy General Director - Executive Director of RVC, said:"The Contest of Journalism Innovation is very important as it helps to enhance prestige of science and promote successful examples of scientific development commercialization, including, among the young people. The contest winners are high-qualified professionals able to send a message to a broad audience on the intricacies of industrial processes and venture capital market mechanisms".

Russian National Contest of Innovation Journalism "Tech in Media" has been held since 2011. The winners in "Technological Enterprise", "Advanced Manufacturing", "Popularization of Science", "Life Sciences" tracks are defined by an expert jury.

The operator of the contest is the Directorate of the Russian National Science Festival, "Schrödinger's Cat" popular science magazine.

A complete list of finalists and the contest terms can be found at www.Tech-in-media.ru.



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