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  • Our Favorite ITMO.NEWS Stories

    Over the years, our team has brought you over 1,000 original articles on topics ranging from food and sports to neuroscience and sustainability. So, we’ve thought, why not share our own personal favorites from the vast ITMO.NEWS archive? Below, our talented writers look back on the pieces that inspired, amused, and educated them – we hope that once you’ve read them, you’ll feel the same way, too.


  • What is Your Word for 2019?

    Every year, the leading dictionary companies select a word that they feel best describes the past 12 months. For 2019, Merriam-Webster has chosen “they”, while Oxford Dictionaries has picked “climate emergency”. As we reflect on this exciting and challenging year, we asked the staff of ITMO University for their picks. 


  • Our 2019, Illustrated

    December is the time to reflect on the passing year! Early 2019 was a bit of a wild time for us, but it gave start to new things: new partnerships, world-class conferences, a totally new educational framework, and much, much more. Check out our animated review of this year's highlights and meet us in 2020!


  • Our Editorial Team's Best of 2019

    It’s been a great year here at ITMO University, and our English-language news portal’s editorial team has done its best to provide you with a heads-up on what’s happening around the city on the weekend, tell you a bit about life in Russia, and find the best ways to experience St. Petersburg. Since this year is coming to an end, we’d like to share with you some of our favorite articles of the year.


  • ITMO Scientists’ Research Featured by Nature Photonics

    Nature Photonics publishes reviews of the discoveries that haven’t been written about by the Nature Publishing Group, but, according to the editors, deserve to be highlighted. Recently, an article written by the staff of ITMO University’s Laboratory of Femtosecond Optics and Femtotechnologies was featured on the list. ITMO.NEWS talked to the head of the laboratory, Anton Tsypkin, about how the discovery was made and what opportunities Nature’s acknowledgment brings.