An NRC ad hoc committee analyzed the current status and future development potential of Armenia’s science and technology base, including human and infrastructural resources and research and educational capabilities. The committee identified those fields and institutions offering promising opportunities for contributing to economic and social development, and particularly institutions having unique and important capabilities, worthy of support from international financial institutions, private investment sources, and the Armenian and U.S. governments. The scope of the study included both pure and applied research as well as education in science-related fields. The committee’s report addresses the existing capacity of state and private research institutions, higher education capabilities and trends, scientific funding sources, innovative investment models, relevant success stories, factors hindering development of the science sector, potential domestic Armenian customers for scientific results and products, and opportunities for regional scientific collaboration. An Armenian language version of the report is also available.
National Research Council. 2004. Science and Technology in Armenia: Toward a Knowledge-Based Economy. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/11107.
|1 Overview of the Science, Technology, and Higher Education Infrastructure||5-23|
|2 Review of Selected Sectors||24-41|
|Appendix A: U.S. Agency for International Development Armenia Program Overview for Fiscal Year 2005||57-61|
|Appendix B: Institutions Visited by the National Research Council Committee on Science and Technology in Armenia||62-63|
|Appendix C: Research and Development Institutions of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia||64-65|
|Appendix D: Higher Education Institutions in Armenia||66-67|
|Appendix E: Presentation of Armenian Ambassador Arman Kirakossian to the National Research Council Committee on Science and Technogy in Armenia||68-72|
|Appendix F: International Science and Technology Center Projects in Armenia 2003||73-74|
|Appendix G: U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation Grants in Armenia, 2002-2003||75-80|
|Appendix H: U.S. Government Assistance to Armenia, 2003||81-83|
|Appendix I: Caucasus Seismic Information Network||84-87|
|Appendix J: Extracts from Testimony of Paul V. Applegarth, Chief Executive Officer, Millennium Challenge Corporation||88-91|
|Appendix K: Government of the Republic of Armenia Resolution No. 1302-N. August 15, 2002||92-93|
|Appendix L: Proposals on Priority Areas for the Development of Science and Technology in the Republic of Armenia||94-114|
|Appendix M: Next Steps to Market Program of the U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation||115-115|
|Appendix N: International Science and Technology Center Patent Advisory Service||116-116|
|Appendix O: Biographies of Committee Members||117-119|
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