Oct 05, 2020

Farmak became a partner of Museum of Science officially opened on Saturday, October 3

Farmak has devoted its anniversary, which is celebrated in 2020, to science. The process of medicinal products development is directly related to science, so the Company wants to draw the attention of government, business and society to the development of science in Ukraine with the Science Inside logo. In 2019, Farmak published a book “Bude tobi nauka” (in Ukrainian: «Буде тобі наука» (“So much for the science), where it told about 30 contemporary scientists who are changing the world science, opened the first mobile pharmaceutical museum Science Inside, which will show the role of science in the process of developing medicinal products and will travel throughout Ukraine, became a partner of the Museum of Science of the Junior Academy of Sciences, and also increased its own budget for R&D.

In total, there are 120 exhibits on the territory of the Science pavilion, which will help to understand complex phenomena and processes, including those that were included in the First Mobile Pharmaceutical Museum.

 “The pharmaceutical industry is a very science-based industry. We, as nobody else, understand the importance of supporting Ukrainian scientists and encouraging young people to pursue a passion for science. Powerful Ukrainian scholarly traditions should become our national highlight which is recognized internationally and a competitive factor in the global world. With a systematic government approach, Ukraine can become one of the world’s R&D centers. Farmak closely cooperates with the country’s leading universities. We signed a memorandum on cooperation with the Junior Academy of Sciences and became a partner of the “Museum of Science”. Farmak employs 150 researchers, including 40 candidates of sciences, and 5 doctors of sciences. Farmak has been holding the “The School of Young Scientist” for several years, striving to revive the scientific potential of our country,” said Volodymyr Kostiuk, Executive Director of JSC Farmak during the Museum opening ceremony.

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