As you know, to reach the horizon, an imaginary line of the earth touching the sky, is physically impossible. Since the earth is round, as much as we try to get closer to it, it gets farther anyways. However, some people sometimes manage to prove that impossible is nothing. Physicists of Uzhhorod National University, for example, managed to achieve almost a fantastic result: to be recognized by the leading European research centers, and get a significant financial “bonus” with it. Read more
A report on independent audit of Ukraine’s research and innovation system was presented in Kyiv two years ago. The audit, requested by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, was performed by European experts using instruments of political support provided by Horizon 2020 program. The report contained 30 recommendations for the Ukrainian government and scientific community. Today, it seems prudent to recall these recommendations and make a brief analysis of what has been done over the past 24 months to fulfill these recommendations and what still needs to be done in the nearest future.
ElectroVesti and Greencubator explain how Ukrainian companies could receive irrevocable EUR 20 000 for their development. Read more
20 Ukrainian students, together with peers from other countries, took part in the Space Leaders School under the Erasmus+ program. During three weeks in Poland and Slovakia, they attended astronomy and aviation lectures at three universities, observed planets in a telescope, traveled on airplanes and trained on flight simulators. Read more