Registration has begun for the Open Doors: Russian Scholarship Project International Olympiad for graduate students. The Olympiad is a joint project for leading universities in Russia, including NSU.
The Reaxys Award Russia 2019 was given to 12 Russian scientists in the field of chemistry and material sciences. Elsevier, an information analytics business that specializes in science and medicine, and the Mendeleyev Russian Chemical Society announced the winners of the Reaxys Award Russia 2019 at the XXI Mendeleev Congress on General and Applied Chemistry.
Novosibirsk State University was among only four Russian universities in the Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).
NSU Physics Department graduates Nikolay Vinokurov and Andrei Gritsan became 2019 honorary members of the American Physical Society in the accelerator physics and elementary particle physics sectors
The world-wide roaming service Eduroam is now available for users of Novosibirsk State University’s WiFi networks. This service is designed for those who are engaged in research activities and work in the field of higher education. Connection is possible from a university account and as a guest.
Scientists from NSU’s Physics Laboratory and researchers from the Institute of Nuclear Physics SB RAS are modernizing the electronics of the Belle II detector calorimeter. Over the next five years the detector will collect and record unique data on particle physics.
NSU students and professors participated in the XXXII European Crystallographic Meeting including sections on crystallography. The Meeting took place in Vienna (Austria) from August 13 to 23.
From August 24 to September 5, an archeology field school, "Multidisciplinary Methods of Studying the Stone Age Monuments", was organized in Kyrgyzstan as part of the International Archaeological Expedition. These field schools have taken place in Southern Kyrgyzstan since 2014.
The XXVI International Mathematical Student Olympiad, organized by University College London and the American University in Bulgaria, took place in Blagoevgrad from July 28 to August 3. 77 teams took part and 110 higher educational institutions were represented in both team and individual competitions.
Artem Fink and Alina Kapustina, second year undergraduate students at the Novosibirsk State University Department of Information Technology passed the qualifying rounds for the XII International Olympiad "IT-Planet 2018/19.
S.L. Sobolev Institute of Mathematics SB RAS and Novosibirsk State University organized the “Maltsev Readings” international conference August 19 to 23 in Akademgorodok.
Novosibirsk biologists, together with foreign colleagues, sequenced and ordered the genome of the tallest creature on Earth, the Masai giraffe. Their research results were published in “GigaScience” Magazine.