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  • You are invited to the joint volunteer cleaning day at the Botanical Garden of the University of Latvia!

    The sun shines brighter, the birds tween louder, the grass gets greener and the tree leaves are starting to blossom – the long awaited spring is here! We all want to spend more time outside, breathing the fresh air and enjoying the beauty of nature during this beautiful time of spring: indeed, only few of us could stay inside. Spring is the time for our traditional event, loved by lots of students: the joint volunteer cleaning day. This year, the Student Council of Latvian University (LU SP) is inviting you to join our effort of big spring cleaning at 25th of April, at the Botanical Garden of the University of Latvia, Rīga, Kandavas Street 2.

  • Establishing International Collaboration: How It’s Done
    Vjačeslavs Kaščejevs, Associate Professor at the UL Faculty of Physics and Mathematics
    Lauma Abramoviča, Alma Mater

    Networking, working in the international arena, constructive discussions and healthy competition. Vjačeslavs Kaščejevs, Associate Professor at the UL Faculty of Physics and Mathematics (FPM), says “the social network of scientists” is the basis for successful scientific activities. Alongside his German colleagues Prof. Kaščejevs is among the authors of an international research published last year on partitioning of on-demand electron pairs using nanoelectronic quantum accelerator. How to get noticed in the scientific community? Can distance be an obstacle for successful scientific collaboration? What do German scientists say about collaboration with Prof. Kaščejevs?

  • The World Tuned In by NABA FM 95. 8
    UL Radio NABA 12th anniversary broadcasts. From the left: UL Rector Mārcis Auziņš and NABA Radio instructors Atis Sinka and Anete Enikova. Photo: Toms Grinbergs, UL Press centre
    Anete Enikova, Alma Mater

    UL, with its 13 faculties, 19 institutes, a large group of staff members, and a diversity of scientific areas, forms its own small, but distinctive world. Therefore broadcasting under the auspices of UL for more than 12 years, the radio station NABA is a symbol of diversity, free and alternative way of thinking, and intelligence in the Latvian radio environment. It encourages people to tune in the world and broaden their horizons. After a year of silence, on February 16 NABA returns on the new frequency of FM 95.8.

  • Riga Summer School 2015 welcomes applications
    During Riga Summer School in 2014
    Kaspars Rūklis, Executive Director of Riga Summer School

    Call for applications for participation in Riga Summer School 2015 – a hands-on documentary filmmaking program for journalism, media and film students from all over the world – is now open. The Department of Communication Studies of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Latvia organizes the summer school in the Latvian capital from August 1 – 9, 2015. The application deadline is 23:59 on April 30, 2015.

  • UL Brings Together Remarkable American and Baltic Neuroscientists
    Photo: Toms Grīnbergs, UL Press centre

    The University of Latvia (UL) will host the Baltic American Research Collaboration Meeting, devoted to neurosciences and pharmacology, which is to take place in the UL Museum of Science and Technology on April 23 and 24.

  • University of Latvia keeps Its High QS World University Ranking

    The history of QS World University Rankings dates back to 2004, and the University of Latvia (UL) was listed on ranking already for the second year in a row. This year it took place 701-800.