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Runa Capital invest in crowd-learning service Brainly
Runa Capital invest in crowd-learning service Brainly
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Runa Capital expands into education technology with investment in Brainly

Netology and Foxford receive $1.1 million investment after merger
Netology and Foxford receive $1.1 million investment after merger
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 Investment comes from Netology stakeholders InVentrue Partners

Mail.ru launches new email service for education institutions
Mail.ru launches new email service for education institutions
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New statistics also show that 70% of civil servants use Mail.ru and Yandex for government email

Russo-American edutech startup Coursmos gets $530k
Russo-American edutech startup Coursmos gets $530k
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Russian fund Imperious Group and business angel Evgeny Medvednikov have provided the funding. 

Russia up to 13th in global education rankings
Russia up to 13th in global education rankings
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For cognitive skills Russian schoolchildren were ranked in the top-10, ahead of the USA, Germany, Denmark and Poland.

Yandex opens new faculty at Moscow's Higher School of Economics
Yandex opens new faculty at Moscow's Higher School of Economics
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Students will be able to study Computer Science at the faculty from September 2014.

Mikhail Khodorkovsky to set up university for Russians in Kiev
Mikhail Khodorkovsky to set up university for Russians in Kiev
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In a conference in Kiev, Mikhail Khodorkovsky briefly reveals his vision for a new 'mobile university'

Russian pupils will be able to specialise in IT at school
Russian pupils will be able to specialise in IT at school
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The Communications Ministry wants to introduce an IT-specialisation, more IT clubs and organise IT Olympiads.

67% of Russians don't blame scientists for emigrating. Do you?
67% of Russians don't blame scientists for emigrating. Do you?
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This infographic brings to life some of the problems facing Russian science and innovation.

Free IT-places at Russian universities to increase by 34%
Free IT-places at Russian universities to increase by 34%
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The total number of places on IT-related courses will also rise as the government aims to train more tech professionals.

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