Modern information technologies and visualization tool open up entirely new possibilities in many areas including education and promoting the achievements of modern science and technology. At the same time creating an economy in Russia based on high technology require a qualitatively new educational environment, which integrates science and technology with the basic requirement for modern education: "teach to learn". Therefore, our concept can be expressed by the words "Science. Innovation. Education. "
Accessible and entertaining account of the natural sciences' principles, not only improving the general level of students' knowledge and interest in research activities, but in the future attracting the most talented youth to the sphere of scientific work is a problem in the solution of which the largest scientific research centers are involved. "Online Science Classroom", one of the Internet projects in the field of promotion of modern science achievements, was launched by two major multidisciplinary research centers: the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (Dubna, Russia) and the Brookhaven National Laboratory (Upton, USA). Work on the project and its appreciation by scientists and specialists from various countries have put the establishment of the "InterGraphics" company for the development of innovative educational projects.
At November 19, 2003 the presentation of the International Internet magazine «Online Science Classroom" took place and that date can be considered the birth day of "InterGraphics". This journal is our major project in the field of popularization of modern science achievements. Since then, we have implemented quite a number of other equally interesting projects: the Internet project on modern physics of the microworld "RHIC lessons", created a new qualitative level labs and informative classes on biology, teaching courses in mathematics, prepared multimedia presentations and decorated booths for the exhibition EXPO-2005, released an album "cognitive collection": "Birds of Russia", "Learning fractions" etc.