Being a kind of a peak of human intellectual development science is potentially boundless and inexhaustible. Any kinds of barriers and boundaries in the scientific process not only contradict the essence of science, but also significantly slow down the evolution of human society. Interaction of various national schools of sciences and international cooperation of scholars is a prerequisite of the scientific progress.
Unfortunately, in practical development of international scientific cooperation formidable barriers arise from time to time. These are formalism, prejudices, mistrust and low level of communications. BoVaSCo is ready to provide interested scientific and educational institutions (as well as individuals – scholars) with assistance in finding appropriate partners and organising effective interactions with them.
Below you can find the provisory list of the main fields of scientific studies traditionally assuming international scientific cooperation in order to be effective. If you find any of these scientific programs interesting (or if you have any specific requests in relation to this issue), please, fill in the provided application form and send us the corresponding inquiry.
Upon the request of interested parties the BoVaSCo will provide services in finding, supporting and implementing the scientific programs or mechanisms of international scientific cooperation, which would meet the requirements of the clients. In order to ensure maximum possible effectiveness of services rendered in this sphere and to fulfil your most complex requests successfully, we may involve our authoritative international partners in processing of the corresponding scientific requests. All programs in the field of science and education are implemented by the BoVaSCo with the assistance of its official partner – International Academy of Science and Higher Education (IASHE; London, UK): http://iashe.eu/.
The most demanded areas of international scientific activity are traditionally the following:
- Internships (on-the-job training) in scientific and educational institutions
Scientific internships (on-the-job training) usually assume temporary participation of the trainee (probationer) in activity of the authoritative scientific institution. The purpose is to acquire additional relevant knowledge and skills through practical work. Scientific internships (on-the-job training) are often required for confirmation and recognition of the scientist’s qualification. They are also required when conferring a scientific degree or a rank.
- Practical approval of scientific studies
Practical approval of scientific studies assumes such practical testing of methods of conduct and outcome of research, which would objectively reveal qualitative features, efficiency and reliability of objects of practical approval. Practical approval is an effective way to detect peculiarities, shortcomings or benefits of a research. It is a fundamental instrument used to ensure final formation and enhancement of a scientific work. In some countries practical approval of scientific works is mandatory for the author to successfully pass the State scientific certification procedure.
- Implementation of scientific studies
Implementation of scientific studies is a practical application of research results. It is aimed at receiving the expected effect from using the practical properties of the corresponding innovations. Implementation of a research is usually carried out by the field-specific scientific institutions or industrial enterprises. It actually determines the relevance, usefulness, value and practical applicability of an innovation. In some countries implementation of scientific studies is mandatory for the author to successfully pass the State scientific certification procedure.
- Scientific collaboration
Scientific collaboration can be reasonably defined as cooperation between researchers and research supervisors, reviewers, opponents, co-authors and expert organizations, i.e. with individuals and entities able to provide authors of scientific works with the necessary assistance in implementation, formalisation and recognition of their scientific work. Scientific collaboration is an integral part of any scientific process.
- Scientific cooperation
Scientific cooperation assumes interaction between scholars and other scientists aimed at carrying out the scientific work and implementing its results together. Sometimes a certain scientific issue cannot be resolved by efforts and resources of a single scientist or even a group of researchers. In such cases developers cooperate with their colleagues working in the same field. As a result the complex problem can be solved by collective efforts of partners, and such partners will have the right to claim the corresponding share of copyright for an innovation.
- Publications in the leading scientific editions
Publication of results of scientific studies in the authoritative journal is one of the most important conditions to ensure the efficiency of such scientific studies and their international recognition. Moreover, only high-quality publications in the leading scientific journals can build high scientometric indexes (rankings) of the scientific work and its author. In the modern international scientific environment the prominence of scientists is predetermined by the scale of citation of their innovative original works.