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  • Technologies and Humans in Conversation: Yandex Museum & ITMO Partner Up for Contemporary Art Exhibition

    The exhibition Digital Refractions invites its guests to discover new senses via technologies. You’ll get to touch the surface of the ocean, create a digital avatar, and even experience the world as an embryo. There are seven installations in total, all created by students and graduates of ITMO’s Art & Science Center and its partners. Read on to learn what else awaits you at the exhibition.


  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #51

    Unlike Area 51, we keep no secrets! Here’s everything that has been going on in the ITMO universe these two weeks – from ground-breaking research to inspiring career prospects. Read on!


  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #50

    Big numbers – big news! In this jubilee installment of our regular news digest, we’re digging into the top stories at ITMO, be it promising (and unusual) research, profiles of remarkable scientists and developers, or exciting opportunities for those at the very beginning of their path in science and technology.


  • Capturing the Cosmos: Impressions from First BRICS Universe Exhibition in Moscow

    The BRICS Universe project has debuted at the Museum of Cosmonautics at VDNH, Moscow, capturing the imagination of attendees and heralding a new era of collaboration between space exploration and artistic expression. Read on to learn how this exhibition took its viewers on an interstellar odyssey.


  • Research is an Ongoing Process: ITMO Fellow Dmitry Glazov on Studying Dark Matter

    Scientists at ITMO’s Faculty of Physics are conducting atomic and molecular experiments, which are essential to understanding the universe, finding dark matter, and building the nuclear clock. In this article, Dmitry Glazov, a laureate of the ITMO Fellowship program, weighs in on the merits of such experiments and explains why studying atoms and molecules is vital to the discovery of dark matter.


  • Natalia Iakovchenko: Bridging Scientific Borders as USERN Ambassador for Russia

    In a significant development at the 8th USERN Congress held in Yerevan (Armenia), Natalia Iakovchenko, a researcher and lecturer at ITMO’s Faculty of Biotechnologies, was appointed as the Universal Scientific Education and Research Network (USERN) Ambassador for Russia. The appointment was made in recognition of Prof. Iakovchenko’s outstanding contributions to science and her commitment to fostering international collaboration.


  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #44

    Every two weeks, we share the latest breakthroughs, successes, and revelations in science at ITMO and around the world. Today, we’ll be looking at advances in AI and medicine, learning about the stories of ITMO’s brightest, and satisfying your curiosity about the world around us.


  • 4 Great Science Documentaries to Watch This Week

    Who said learning can’t be fun? In this article, we look at a few acclaimed documentaries that explore science in all its forms: the technology that forms our daily life, the wonders of life that exist around us, and the possibilities held by outer space. So, grab a snack, dim the lights, and let’s go!


  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #43

    In today’s science digest, it’s all about interdisciplinarity: whether it’s physics combined with biology, biology with medicine, or medicine with chemistry, we’ll be shining a light on the remarkable things that happen when scientists of all fields work together for a common good. Let’s have a look!


  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #41

    In today’s science digest, we’ve got the latest medical research by experts from ITMO and a top-6 list of the biggest contemporary discoveries in physics. Also: ITMO.NEWS reviews this month’s Nobel Prize laureates in chemistry, physics, and medicine!