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In such conditions, the concept of «smart agriculture» will increase productivity and reduce costs. Development and implementation of the concept will contribute to advances in agriculture of the OIC members. It will help to integrate different areas of science in order to solve specific problems and to reduce the cost of the labor and resources by most mechanized processes. As well as, the concept will significantly increase the agricultural productivity and production efficiency of the OIC members. Secondly, one of the six high-performance computer centers (HPCC) of the OIC Standing Committee for Cooperation in the fields of science and technology will be installed in Uzbekistan. In today's world, supercomputers are vital in solving problems by analyzing extensive data in a short period because conventional computers consume a lot of time or unable to do it at all. Uzbekistan has relevant research institutions, specialized universities, as well as sufficient technical base, technological capabilities and human resources for the effective development of the HPCC. In this regard, the creation and development of the HPCC is needed for many areas of life. This will provide new opportunities for conducting research, meeting users’ needs for increasing the speed to process data of high-tech medicine, energy and agro-industrial development. Thirdly, the cooperation for science development and Advantages of «smart agriculture»: project implementation in the field of «green energy» was - water saving; - reducing the need for fertilizers, offered. Most OIC members such as Azerbaijan, Algeria, pesticides and energy; Bahrain, Egypt, Qatar, the UAE, Oman, Saudi Arabia and - reduction of negative environmental Turkey have made attempts to introduce non-traditional impacts of agriculture; improvement of product quality, its energy sources into their development programs. - nutrients and taste. Particularly, the UAE has been implementing a project worth about $ 4 billion, which considers the largest solar power plant construction in the world. According to Dubai's plans, the share of solar energy in the Emirate's electricity generation should reach 25% by 2020 and 75% by 2050. Central Asia’s climate and geographical conditions provide an opportunity for an extensive use of alternative energy sources. The Central Asian Republics in addition to hydropower potential, own a very high potential of solar energy. In order to use it effectively, in 2013 Uzbekistan established an International Solar Energy Institute (ISEI), which develops and designs technologies for the solar energy generation and transmission. Last year Uzbekistan adopted a «Program of measures for further development of renewable energy, improving energy efficiency in economic and social spheres for 2017-2021», considering implementation of 810 projects which worth $ 5.3 billion. Undoubtedly, the development of alternative energy in Uzbekistan and other OIC member states will contribute not only to preserve natural energy resources, but also to solve social issues. Fourthly, an International Islamic Center for Young Scientists was suggested to create. In the medieval times such outstanding scientists as Imam al Bukhari, Al Hakim At-Termizi (also known as Muhammad ibn Isa at-Tirmidhi), Burhanuddin Marginani (Burhan al-Din al-Marghinani) made a huge contribution to the development of Islamic civilization. Bukhara occupied a central place in the development and spread of the Islamic religion in Central Asia. Moreover, various currents of Sufism such as yassaviya, kubraviya and nakshbandiya were formed and developed in the region. In the beginning of 2018 at the Ninth Conference of the Ministers of Culture of OIC Member States Bukhara was acknowledged as the capital of Islamic culture for 2020. This fact reaffirms a crucial role of Bukhara and its scientists in the development of Islamic civilization. To restore and study the religious and spiritual heritage of our great scholars, the President of Uzbekistan signed a decree «On measures to further improve the system of preservation, research and promotion of ancient manuscripts» in May of 2017. The document aimed at increasing the status of the Institute of Oriental studies named after Abu Rayhan Beruni of the 79