The Belarusian Institute Of System Analysis And Informational Support Of Scientific And Technical Sphere

The bulletin of R&D projects registration
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June 27, 2006


According to the Regulation of the Council of Ministers N  472 of 13 May, 1997 State Institution «Belarusian Institute of System Analysis and Information Support of Scientific and Technical Sphere» (“BelISA”) carries out registration of R&D projects, keeps the state register, forms a databank about scientific and technical potential (DBS&TP) of the Republic of Belarus and completes a Fund of the scientific and technical documents (FS&TD). DBS&TP and FS&TD are conducted since April, 1993.

The Bulletin of R&D projects registration is intended for bodies of state management and scientific establishments which are carrying out planning and coordination of research. It enables to take into account projects of a similar direction conducted in the other organizations, and to focus the researchers on an establishment of contacts with organizations which are carrying out projects, close on subjects.

The Bulletin is a periodic edition containing the list of projects’ titles registered in BelISA for the certain period. For each project the number of state registration, the title, abbreviated name of the organization-executor, termination date (year, month) is given. The projects are grouped on headings of the state rubricator of scientific and technical information. Inside headings they are ordered under numbers of state registration. The multidisciplinary projects are duplicated in the appropriate headings. The full name of the organization— project executor  is given in the appendix at the end of the Bulletin. Referring to the number of state registration organization can request the additional data in the amount specified in the registration card.

It is possible to subscribe to the Bulletin of R&D projects registration in BelISA.
Address for consultations:
Pobediteley prospect 7, 220004, Minsk
Ph. (017) 203-32-61, 203-34-82, 203-32-79

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