The latest regional university ranking was published by the British research company QS Quacquarelli Symonds. The leaders of the rating are Moscow State University and Novosibirsk State University
Novosibirsk State University students successfully took part in the International Mathematics Contest "Mirror of the Lowell Putnam International Olympiad". NSU won 5 second degree diplomas (second prizes) and 11 third degree diplomas (third Prizes). Dmitry Morozov, a fourth-year student in the Physics Department, produced the best result for NSU.
A group of scientists from Novosibirsk State University took part in a Russian-Japanese Symposium on Asian Studies
The international rating agency Quacquarelli Symonds (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018) published their 2018 subject ratings for leading universities in the world. Novosibirsk State University was included on the ratings list among the best in 10 subjects and significantly strengthened its positions in the natural, engineering and technical sciences
Elsevier Publishing House posted results from research conducted by Andrei Ivanovich Boronin, Head of NSU Laboratory for Synthesis and Physicochemical Studies of New Composite Catalysts and Sergei Vasilyevich Tsybuli, Head of the NSU X-ray Diffractometry Laboratory, on its Twitter feed.
Elena Simonova, a Japanese language teacher and Valery Sokolov, a fourth-year student at the Humanities Institute Department of Oriental Studies of the State University, represented the University at the Russian-Japanese Educational Forum held recently at the University of Tsukuba.
Denis Ponomarev, a student in NSU’s Geology and Geophysics Department received the Russian Academy of Science prize for young researchers. He was in a group of scientists that is exploring a rare meteorite that was found in the Novosibirsk region 26 years ago