University of Limerick is supporting a new outreach engagement project that aims to address the gender imbalance in the take-up of computer science at higher level. With women accounting for just one in five computer science graduates in Ireland, CodePlus, a Computer Science (CS) outreach engagement project is to be […]

What are public health sciences and what does a specialist in that field do? How has the pandemic affected the demand for health sciences experts? ITMO University’s Center for Science Communication is launching a new English-language Master’s program titled Public Health Sciences. We spoke to Anton Barchuk, head of the program, about […]

On March 26, for the first time in the history of Riga Technical University, a doctoral student will defend the doctoral thesis simultaneously at RTU and Swedish Royal Institute of Technology (KTH Royal Institute of Technology). The young scientist Brigita Daļecka studies the use of microscopic fungi in the treatment […]

41 universities from 22 countries and the companies providing traineeship will introduce their opportunities in the international GO Abroad Fair 2021, which Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) is organizing for the eighth time. Also, the participants of the exchange from previous years will share their good practices and answer the questions. […]

With the pandemic disrupting our learning, jobs, and health, it’s no surprise many of us are feeling blue this January. Although some students are happy with the new learning situation and the time they save on the commute, anxiety, sensitivity, emotional difficulties and inability to relax is observed more often […]

Elizaveta Chernova, a Croatian student of molecular biotechnology at Heidelberg University, has been honoured with the DAAD Prize for international students for her academic achievement and social commitment. The prize, endowed with 1,000 euros, is awarded by Heidelberg University and financed by funds from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). […]