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NSU MA Students Win Prize for Web Product Development

Students in the Big Data Analytics MA Program won a prize at the NeuroHive Hackathon. Ivan Bondarenko, a teacher at the NSU Humanities Institute, led the team.

NSU Named Key Partners NTI Venture Fund

Novosibirsk State University will generate and provide expertise on National Technology Initiative (NTI) Venture Fund projects. The Venture Fund was created by NTI to provide financing to projects that are developed in Novosibirsk and Tomsk, leading scientific innovation regions. The Fund will become active in summer of 2018.

NSU Interweek 2018

Adhering to a tradition that began in the 1990s, Interweek took place in Akademgorodok during the last days of April.  

NSU Moves Up in World University Ranking

Novosibirsk State University again improved its position in QS (Quacquarelli Symonds)’s authoritative ranking of the world’s universities, moving up to 244th. During the year, NSU climbed six positions (from 250 to 244), improving the indicator "employers’ attitude towards graduates". Thus, NSU entered the top 250 best universities in the world and became third among Russian universities.

Foreign Professors Conduct Lectures for NSU Students

From May 3-7, the Novosibirsk State University Economics Department hosted Dr. Werner Brinker, Professor at the Institute for Economic Education Oldenburg (Germany). Professor Brinker conducted his course, “History, Current Situation and Future Development of German Oil, Gas and Electric Power Markets", for students.

InterGames-2018 United 2500 participants from 35 Countries

This year InterGames became a part of the NSU Interweek youth festival.  More than 2500 students from NSU and other universities attended the large-scale sporting event. Participants competed in internationally popular sports as well as national sports that some of the competitors had never heard of.

NSU Scientists Conduct Largest Study on Effect of Diet on Gut Microbiota

A group of scientists from the Novosibirsk State University, the Atlas research company and the University of ITMO conducted a study in which 248 volunteers for two weeks adhered to the recommendations of a nutritionist aimed at increasing the amount of useful vegetable fibers in food and reducing "empty" calories.

NSU Scientists Conduct Unique Experiment on Molecular Structure of Ionic Liquids

Scientists at the Novosibirsk State University Laboratory for Structures and Functional Properties of Molecular Systems and the Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, Danil Kolokolov and Alexander Stepanov, together with German Professor Ralf Ludwig, studied hydrogen bonds in various ionic liquids. They found that due to the complex molecular arrangement, these substances exhibit unusual phase behavior. There have not been similar studies conducted on solid-state ionic liquids. The scope of applications for ionic liquids is diverse ranging from the chemical industry to rocket engineering.

3,000 Participate in International Student Scientific Conference, ISSC-2018

NSU hosted the 56th International Student Scientific Conference, ISSC-2018. From April 22 to 27 university students and schoolchildren presented more than 2500 reports, visited SB RAS institutes and attended lectures by Siberian scientists.

"Back to NSU" Event Takes Place

Anyone could be a student for two days during the "Back to NSU" event at Novosibirsk State University. Graduates, applicants, their parents, or anyone who wanted to attend lectures by NSU professors with the students.

NSU Programmers Win Moscow Hackathon

The Decentury team, made up of students at the NSU Information Technology Department, Polina Sazonova, Dmitry Kondyrev and Nikita Doroshev, won the IBM open student Blockchain Hackathon.

NSU Scientists Take Part in Japanese Collider Launch

Collisions of electrons and positrons were observed for the first time In the SuperKEKB collider (Japan). The Belle II detector that was installed where the collision took place registered the event.  Scientists from Novosibirsk State University and the Institute of Nuclear Physics SB RAS took part in the development and creation of one of the key systems in the Belle II detector, a 40-ton electromagnetic calorimeter based on cesium iodide crystals.

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