Latvian scientists have created a new design for personal protective equipment – full gear and face masks to facilitate medical work, Latvian Television reported February 28.
The University of Latvia (LU) Institute of Solid State Physics is working on innovative methods for improving image quality in videos and pictures of the cosmos, Latvian Television reported February 25.
Establishing a new tradition marking the International Women's Day, the second annual hackathon aimed at promoting diversity and inclusion in technology will take place in the mid-March, organizers have announced.
Over the past five years, teachers' self-assessment of the quality of professional has decreased sharply, the Latvian Education and Science Workers Union (LIZDA) told LETA February 23.
Starting Monday, learning onsite for grades 1-4 can be resumed in 25 municipalities with a low Covid-19 incidence rate, Latvian Radio reported February 22.
Latvian and German researchers have articulated and experimentally proved how to manage electrons more correctly and effectively, Latvian Television reported February 22.
The science commercialization platform Commercialization Reactor and Riga Technical University (RTU) have signed a memorandum of cooperation on the establishment of the European Space Agency (ESA) Business Incubation Center in Riga, Nikolajs Adamovičs, the director of the Commercialization Reactor said Fenruary 19.
Danish exchange student Linus Folke Jensen tells LSM what it's like to find yourself in the middle of the mainstream Latvian educational system as a foreigner.
Government decided February 18 that a list of municipalities where the epidemiological situation allows on-site learning would be published and updated weekly.
On Thursday, February 18, the Education, Culture and Sport Committee of the Riga City Council supported the closure and reorganization of several schools in Riga in order to “further develop the network of educational institutions”.
The Stockholm School of Economics in Rīga (SSE) has the latest in its series of online mini-lectures under the title “SSE Riga Food for Thought” available on Thursday afternoon.
Latvian scientists have demonstrated that measurements with certain plastic materials carried out in the world have not been 'correct', Latvian Television reported February 18.
The Cabinet at a meeting on Tuesday, February 16, conceptually agreed on a 'region principle' regarding education.
Vaccination of teachers who work on-site will be started earlier than initially planned, Latvian government decided February 16.
Scientists of Rīga Technical University (RTU) work on new biofuel synthesis techniques, which could open up the possibility of producing such fuel in Latvia, Latvian Television reported February 16.
The Stockholm School of Economics in Rīga (SSE) has the second in its series of "mini-lectures" taking place online February 11 under the title “SSE Riga Food for Thought”.
Scientists of Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis (OSI) are working on a quicker, cheaper and more environmentally friendly method of chemical synthesis, Latvian Television reported February 11.
Scientists of the Latvian Institute for Organic Synthesis (OSI) work on a unique method for treating cancer – designing special molecules that cause the death of malignant cells, Latvian Television reported February 10.
At the beginning of 2019, 51.1% of all women in Latvia aged 25–34 had higher education, among men the figure was only 28%, according to data published February 8 by Central Statistical Bureau.
An online academic discussion is taking place on Thursday February 11 that will see Central St. Martin's College of Art and Design in London, England (CSM), teaming up with the Latvian Academy of Arts (LMA).
Scientific institute 'Bior', which is one of the Covid-19 testing labs in Latvia, will now be able to prepare test samples in larger volumes and more quickly, Latvian Television reported February 7.
The Art Academy of Latvia (LMA) together with cooperation partners will launch a new Master level study program in English, according to LMA release February 5.
University of Latvia (LU) Biophotonics Institute studies lasers and laser processes in human skin. This study will allow for easier detection of skin tumors, Latvian Television reported February 4.
Throughout February 2021, the Stockholm School of Economics in Rīga (SSE Rīga) is to host several "mini-lectures" under the title "SSE Rīga Food for Thought", which will be broadcast live to all on Thursday afternoons.
The youngest pupils in grades 1 and 2 will return to learning on-site at school next week, Latvian government decided February 8.
The Ministry of Education and Science (IZM) has signed a memorandum to increase Internet data transmission capacity in Latvian schools, IZM said February 1.
An increase in complaints addressed to the State Education Quality Service has been observed, Latvian Radio reported February 1.
Latvian blood test lab experts are working on a solution to determine the exact strain of Covid-19 a person has while conducting the general test, Latvian Television reported January 30.