A young Russian scientist, whose specialty is in demand in other countries, it is necessary to restrict the free emigration to reduce the outflow "talented youth" abroad. This initiative was made by the Soviet and Russian scientist, biochemist and molecular biologist Georgi Georgiev in the material published in the newspaper "Search".
According to the academician of the RAS, is free higher education should be introduce so-called credit. In this format, the state will continue to cover all student expenses for training, but at the end he will have at least 15 years in the Russian science. Then the loan will automatically be liquidated, otherwise the scientist will be obliged to return it in full.
Specialist will have the right to travel outside the country to participate in scientific conferences and joint research with foreign colleagues.
"But all these trips abroad should be consistent with the management of the Institute and not turn into a permanent job abroad. For 15 years strong scientist will surely get to Russia in the perfect position and probably won't want to leave," notes Georgiev.
Unlimited right to emigrate freely will to only those who paid the full tuition and received no scholarship.
The scientist stressed that this innovation should relate only to the rapidly developing areas of science, such as molecular and cell biology, information technology, many branches of physics.
As other methods to combat the outflow of young scientists from the country Georgiev also offers higher salaries in this field, the establishment of funds for the financial support of science, grant interest-free loans to buy housing, as well as the formation of a special expert body for issues in this area.