The first NSU short-term educational course in Siberian Archaeology was just completed. The course was offered as part of the NSU Summer School for foreign students, Siberian Summer School
Novosibirsk State University will develop projects in the field of space medicine in partnership with the Space Biology and Medical Research Center - MicroG (Brazil)
The Shanghai Subject Ranking 2017 included NSU among the leaders in Russia for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Novosibirsk State University systematically improves its performance in the Shanghai Subject Ranking. Physics, in particular, rose 100 positions this year to be ranked in the 151-200 category.
The research vessel "Professor Molchanov" left Arkhangelsk on July 8th and sailed to Franz Josef Land. The expedition included geologists from Novosibirsk State University.
Novosibirsk State University hosted the International Youth Media Forum for the XIX Youth and Students World Festival
NSU Laboratory of Translational and Clinical Neuroscience organized together with the Research Institute of Physiology and Fundamental Medicine, both members of the NSU "Neuroscience in translational medicine" Strategic Academic Unit (SAU), observation of rats with genetically based accelerated aging. The rats were then exposed to a well-known antibiotic (ceftriaxone) and correction of cognitive impairment was observed.
At EPS HEP 2017 in Venice, the largest conference of the year on the physics of elementary particles, the LHCb collaboration of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) presented the discovery of a new particle
Scientists from NSU and the Institute of Physiology and Fundamental Medicine concluded that focusing efforts on the activity of the habenula is a potentially promising tactic for treating such psychopathological conditions as addiction and depression
The NSU Laboratory of Paleogene Genetics, part of the Strategic Academic Unit "Synthetic Biology", examined the bones of an ancient sheep that inhabited the territory of Siberia. The remains demonstrated that the physical condition of ancient animals was superior to modern animals.
Scientists at the NSU Center for Nonlinear Photonics and Quantum Technologies won prestigious grants from the Russian Science Foundation (RSF)
An international team of researchers from NSU, the Institute of Cytology and Genetics SB RAS, and the National University of Singapore discovered and explored a unique mechanism for plants to adapt to cold. To survive low temperatures and conserve their stem cells, plants sacrifice the roots of newly born cells. The article has been published in the high-ranking scientific journal CELL.
The French National Museum of Primitive History hosted an open lecture by NSU archaeologist Lidia Zotkina titled, "Stone Chronicles. Rock art of Khakassia (Southern Siberia). "