Krasnodar, 24 July – Yug Times. The new Centre for gifted children, Polaris Adyghea, will reportedly be built in Adyghea. It will follow the model of Sirius, the children’s scientific, arts and sport centre located in Sochi, and will be constructed in the context of the national project, Education.
“Adyghea has received a subsidy of more than 213 million roubles from the federal budget,” Chairman of Polaris Adyghea’s Council of Experts, acting President of the Adyghean State University Daud Mamiy explained. “Most of the money will be spent to organize 18 labs, including those of artificial intellect and Big Data, physics of the future, prototyping, bioinformatics, robotics and mechatronics.”
“We will be building new buildings and fulfil the project based on the existing educational infrastructure by opening three clusters – Science, Sports, and Culture,” Daud Mamiy added. “The key role will be played by the two higher schools of our region – the Adyghean State University and Maikop State Technological University.”