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The Ministry of Science, Technological Development and Innovation announced that the eNauka portal, intended for researchers, started operating yesterday.

The University of Kragujevac, which includes 12 faculties and the Institute for Information Technologies, with its 1,330 researchers, gets the opportunity to be the first to be part of the implementation process of the eNauka information system.

The opening of the eNauka portal in full capacity, for all active researchers in the Republic of Serbia, is expected during the summer of 2023.

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Serbia Presents “Electronic Nose” For Robots

The Research and Development Institute for Artificial Intelligence of Serbia (IVI) has created an "electronic nose", which allows the robot to "sense smells", which...

The goal of the publicly available eNauka portal is to monitor the scientific performance of researchers and institutions in the Republic of Serbia and is intended for the unified display of scientific production, the field of work of researchers, their achievements as well as the achievements of scientific and research organiсations, according to the announcement.

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