This year NSU rose 13 positions (from 244 to 231 place) in the QS World University Rankings.
May 16-18, the V International Russian-Kazakhstan "Chemical Technologies for Functional Materials" Conference was held in Novosibirsk.
On May 8, the evening before Victory Day, NSU hosted the “It Was the Month of May” celebration dedicated to the history of the Great Patriotic War and the pre-war era. The interactive celebration platforms were located in front of University’s old main building.
Novosibirsk scientists studied the dynamics of an organometallic skeletal structure that was reduced to a partially amorphous state. Their research colleagues at Kyoto University created glass that retained porous properties.
A team of archaeologists explores material productions from key sites discovered 60 years ago near the Caspian Sea. Their project aims to shed light on the way people materialized their cultural identity from 12 to 5 thousand years ago in the region.
On April 29, a Master Class, “What is Artificial Intelligence and How Does it Work?” was conducted for schoolchildren in grades 8-10; The Class was part of the “Future Professionals in the Digital Economy” regional project with support from the NSU Mathematics and Mechanics Department and the NSU Stream Data Analytics and Machine Learning Laboratory.
The VI Plenary Session of the Eurasian-Pacific Uninet (EPU) took place this spring at the University of Vienna.
At an International Student Medical Conference in Warsaw earlier this month, a paper presented by a student at the NSU Natural Sciences Department won first place in the “Genetics and Molecular Biology” category.
Competition winners received invitations for year-long internships at a leading Chinese university.
The International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE) published the winners of the 2019 prestigious Optics and Photonics Education Scholarship contest
At the end of April, a conference was held to discuss challenges and impressions of Russia by foreign students.
Varicose veins in the legs are a common ailment, occurring on average in every third adult Russian. A proven risk factor for the development of this disease is heredity. The genetics of varicose veins, unlike the genetics of other common pathologies, only recently attracted the attention of researchers.