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The November session at the Sirius educational center for talented children is going full blast. Three weeks every month, its students work on projects and participate in workshops under the supervision of Russia's leading scientists, artists, musicians and experts in other fields. This time ITMO University that already organized one the project sessions for the center, takes up a new role and conducts courses in English.
Avoiding jellied meat, enjoying drinks made from bread, and drinking starbucks in St. Petersburg. Meet Joshua Schiefelbein. Born in South Carolina, Joshua spent his first few years in Germany, then moved back to the U.S. living in several different cities until he finally made his way to St. Petersburg, Russia where he now resides. So what brings this enthusiastic young American to our beautiful rainy city?
A new magnetically controlled thrombolytic developed at ITMO University received governmental support. International Laboratory "Solution Chemistry of Advanced Materials and Technologies" has won a grant for conducting non-clinical studies of the medical product. Having joined the Federal Target Program "Development of Pharmaceutical and Medical Industry" the project received 33 million rubles for the research.
On the global scene again, ITMO University was represented in Liverpool at the annual EAIE Conference and Exhibition, a place where all those involved in international education can connect, meet, network, and learn new and fabulous ideas from one another.