Presentation of innovations

Presentation of innovations

Authors of scientific papers, who take part in the championships in scientific analytics of the PLATONICK project, are recommended to formulate the innovative abstracts of their works. Innovative abstract is the brief statement of information about the innovative character of ideas offered in the paper. 


The abstract of a scientific paper, submitted in the framework of the PLATONICK project, can contain from one to three information sections. Every section must not exceed 140 characters including spaces, punctuation, and the author’s full name. 


Innovative abstracts are composed and divided into information sections by authors of the corresponding papers. 


Innovative abstracts are published on the pages of the PLATONICK project in different social networks. 


Every month innovative abstracts of the best original papers of the project are published in Innovative notes which are issued by the Academy. 


Persons, whose ideas are published in Innovative notes, acquire the official representative status of the PLATONICK Speakers in the corresponding month. This status is formalized by special certificates granted by the Academy. 


Innovative note is the printed product, similar to a large folded postcard. It has unique design and contains information. 


Innovative notes are massively distributed in three ways. The first channel of distribution is publication of information on the corresponding websites. These are the innovative notes in the electronic format. The second channel of distribution is mailing of innovative notes in a physical form to authoritative international and national organizations. The third and the last way to distribute innovative notes is to send the editions containing these innovative notes to scientometric databases, libraries, educational institutions, sectoral ministries and associations of different countries.


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