updated my post.
Edit: just to add further:
The problem with majority of Nanotechnology projects as of late, is creating a manufacturing/assembly line rather than actually creating new scientific discoveries, reason why, is that Rusnano and the like will not churn out a profit if they went the other way. What we see now, is small incubators and IT parks being set up, so that there can be some form of connection between the businesses and institutions to further scientific discoveries, with Rusnano placing some profit money into their development. There needs to be a good connection between the scientific discoveries, and the implementation of the use of said technologies. Out of all those scientific papers, how many of them actually end up as an end product? How many of them churn out a profit? I can bet you it isn't even half of the number of said papers. Hence why countries like Spain are not progressing economically, cause their scientific papers may not actually hold anything useful for the market. One can be like China, where they are producing scientific papers like crazy, but not actually producing anything new or useful. It ends up as a prestigious award for almost little benefit. I will admit that USA does it far better, where there is usually a scientific discovery/outbreak because there is some sort of market connection that will make use of said technologies. Universities (especially top ones) in USA are very connected to both private and state run companies whom use the universities as their R&D centers, while the companies deal with the manufacturing. This though, cannot be said about Russia. Which ultimately, is a problem and will continue to be one until companies in Russia look to the local universities to gain new technologies and fund them.
The Russian universities have created some very interesting technologies in the past and recently as well. Projects end up dead cause no one invested in it.