▷ Nobel Prize winners looked into the future of technology at Nobel Vision


10.12.2021 – 04:41

Nobel Vision. Open Innovations 2.0? Forum

MOSCOW, April 23 / PRNewswire /

Nobel, Wolf, Abel and Fields Prize winners, leading Russian and foreign scientists, futurologists, participants in the Thinkers50 rating, representatives from government agencies and innovative companies have captured their visions of the future of technologies in a “time capsule”. End of 2022 It remains to be seen whether the experts’ forecasts have come true. Over a million viewers from 70 countries watched the experts at the “Nobel Vision”. International forum “Open Innovations 2.0” in Skolkovo (VEB.RF Group).

The predictions of the Chemistry Nobel Laureates (1987 and 2004) Jean-Marie Lehn and Aaron Ciechanover, the 2011 Nobel Laureate in Economics Thomas J. Sargent, Special Envoy of the President of the Russian Federation for Relations with International Organizations to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals Anatoly Chubais and other speakers have been kept in the “time capsule” and will be published at the next forum in 2022.

The Minister of Health of the Russian Federation Mikhail Murashko and Columbia University professor Sheena Iyengar have predicted the development of affordable drugs for the treatment of Covid-19 at various stages of the disease. The chairman of the Skolkovo Foundation, Arkady Dvorkovich, anticipates an increase in the demand for basic energy resources, but also a decrease in investments in their production due to the implementation of ESG technologies and principles. The chairman of the board of the Russian Investments Group, Kirill Ignatyev, is betting on the adjustment of the economy, the breakthrough in space exploration and the development of food biotechnologies, microenergy and ecotechnology.

Rae Kwon Chung, 2007 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate: “Technologies for carbon capture, conservation and storage, as well as for hydrogen production, will be the main players in the near future. I am sure that they will have a dramatic impact on the development of the world.

Edvard Moser, Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine 2014: “In neurobiology, we will see the introduction of technologies that allow us to observe the activity of thousands of neurons at the moment of performing cognitive tasks. By turning the activity of specific target cells on or off, we will be able to better understand how the brain works and effectively treat a wide range of psycho-neurological disorders. “

The broadcast took place in social networks and on the websites of the forum partners. Recordings of the meetings are available on the forum’s official website https://openinnovations.ru/.

Co-organizers of Nobel Vision. Open Innovations 2.0 forum: Skolkovo Foundation (VEB.RF Group), Moscow City Council and VEB Ventures (VEB.RF Group). Official partner of the forum – JSC Russian Railways.

Official website of the forum https://openinnovations.ru/

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