LAS Institute of Economics provides scientific opinion on key success factors for Latvia management of COVID-19 crisis

Monday, 17 August 2020

At the June 16, 2020, Dr. Nina Linde, Director of the Institute of Economics of LAS has participated as a panelist in the Online Expert Seminar: "Latvia's perspectives on pandemic: economic recovery and the future of EU policy", organized by the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM). The other participants of the seminar included  Ambassador Alise Balode, Deputy Permanent Representative of Latvia to the EU, Kinga Raś, chief expert on the Baltic states at PISM, and Dr. Łukasz Jurczyszyn, Director of the PISM Brussels Office.


Modern science: providing a viable remedy for the post-pandemic

Wednesday, 08 April 2020

Eugene Eteris, LZA's senior adviser, 07.04.2020  

At the present turbulent times and afterwards, affected by the corona virus, the unprecedented approaches and decision-making in all spheres of socio-economic growth are needed. Scientific community is the only valuable resource in EU and the Baltic States to help the governments in formulating optimal answers to new visions in changing policies, governing structures, businesses and universities.

Last Updated Wednesday, 08 April 2020

Results from the L’Oréal Baltic For Women in Science Fellowship Programme 2019

Thursday, 02 April 2020

Dr. Pharm. Marina Makrecka - Kuka is the only scientist to whom the L'Oréal Baltc scholarship has been awarded twice. In 2014, the L'Oréal scholarship was awarded to Marina as a doctoral student at Riga Stradins University. This scholarship opened up a possibility of conducting research at the Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis. She became a leading researcher at the Institute in 2017, and the scholarship was awarded to her for the second time in 2019 for her research on "Acylcarnitines, mitochondrial fitness and  immunometabolism: novel target for healthy aging".


The “Latvian Academy of Sciences YearBook 2020” opens a broad and multifaceted insight into science life in Latvia

Thursday, 19 March 2020

"I see the Latvian Academy of Sciences as a socially responsible knowledge institution. We expect the Academy to be modern and open. Its tasks range from raising of public awareness on current scientific developments to inspiring youth to pursue a career in science. Privilege of being a scientist comes with responsibility towards Latvian society or our taxpayers. Responsibility to disseminate the latest Latvian scientific research results, give insights into their applicability and raise public awareness on specific aspects of science. Composed of the most experienced Latvian scientists, Academy should serve as the source of inspiration and knowledge to youth," writes Egils Levits, President of the Republic of Latvia, in the introduction to the newly launched publication of the "Latvian Academy of Sciences YearBook 2020". 


Cooperation Agreement between the Latvian Academy of Sciences and the Ukrainian Academy of Political Science Signed

Thursday, 05 March 2020

On the 3rd of March, 2020, the meeting between the Latvian Academy of Sciences and Academy of Political Science of Ukraine was held.  H.E. Olexandr Mischenko, the Ambassador of Ukraine to Latvia; Dr. Petro Myronenko, President, Academy of Political Science of Ukraine; Prof. Ojars Spārītis, President of the Latvian Academy of Sciences; Mr. Nikolay Pavluk, Chairman, the Ukrainian Society of Latvia; Prof. Roman Djakov, President of ISMA; Dr.Dennis Djakov, ISMA Rector; academician Guntis Zemītis, Latvian Academy of Sciences; Vera Hohlova, scientific secretary, division of Humanities and Social Sciences, Latvian Academy of Sciences; Ilze Trapenciere, Head of the International Dept.; Kristaps Broks, specialist on international relations.

Last Updated Friday, 13 March 2020
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