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  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #57

    Things are heating up and we don’t just mean the weather! We’ve always got something to share when it comes to our regular digest of all things science, but this time around it’s a particularly rich harvest. New materials, medical tech of the future, educational innovations, thought-provoking science art, and the best AI tools for every craft – all in our latest science roundup.


  • Earthquake-Sensing Cats and Perfume for Insects: All About ITMO’s STAGE 2024 Science Art Exhibition

    STAGE, the annual science art exhibition of projects by  graduates of the Art & Science Master’s program, has opened in St. Petersburg, inviting visitors to feel generational memory by touch, enter a space simulation, and take a closer look at the relationship between humans, technology, and the environment.


  • Yes to New Worlds: ITMO Graduate Nadezhda Bey Opens Her First Personal Exhibition

    Mixed reality, a technological forest, and optical illusions – all that will greet visitors at the immersive exhibition Yes to New Worlds!, authored by Nadezhda Bey, a graduate of ITMO’s Art & Science Master’s program. Read on to learn more about the exhibition.


  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #49

    If you’ve been wondering what scientific advances have been made at ITMO over the past two weeks, wonder no more! From major strides in medical research to identifying game addiction – and an ambitious science art exhibition – here are the key new moments in ITMO’s science life.


  • ITMO Art & Science Center Wins “St. Petersburg of the Future” Award From Magazine

    The center’s projects took first place in the category Media Case of the Year. The jury took note of the winners’ newsworthy projects and exhibitions, as well as their contribution to the popularization of science art. The awards were presented on February 16 during an official ceremony in the historical Hotel Astoria.


  • Art, Death & Robots: Meet the Winners of Russia’s First Award for Young Science Artists

    In total, the competition received more than 170 submissions from all over the country. However, just 14 of them were declared winners. A fortune-telling AI, human-to-robot communications, and an attempt to make sense of death and immortality by bringing extinct birds back to life – keep reading to find out more about the ASTA award’s top entries.


  • ASTA: Russia’s First Award for Young Science Artists Unveils Longlist

    The ASTA award for young science artists has just announced its longlist, which includes 54 projects. In total, the jury received more than 170 submissions from students and graduates of the country’s leading universities. 


  • Crocodile Tears, Plant Afterlife, and Mystic Science: What to See at the Paranature Institute Exhibition

    Until February 14, the doors of the Marina Gisich Gallery are open to visitors of the Paranature Institute, an exhibition showcasing the works of students and graduates of ITMO University’s Art & Science Master’s program. This is the renowned gallery’s first-ever collaboration with student artists. We spoke to the event’s curators and participants about what this means not just for the Master’s program, but the city as a whole, as well as how science art is being received by the art market and what are the biggest challenges in presenting and marketing such works.


  • Speed Science Dating, Smartphone Orchestra, And More: ITMO Hosts Art & Science Marathon

    On October 3, ITMO University hosted the Art & Science Marathon, an event that brought together scientists, artists, and all those interested in learning more about the field of Art & Science, starting an interdisciplinary project, and finding future collaborators.


  • Sounds of Soil and Petunia Manifesto: Pangardenia Exhibition Launches at Art.ITMO.Residency

    The event takes place as part of Ars Electronica, one of the foremost festivals of technological art. This year marks the first time that the festival takes place not only in Austria, but also at more than 100 locations around the world.