Science
THE LETTER OF YSU TRADE UNION  TO THE RA PRIME MINISTER
31.01.19
The open letter of YSU Trade Union to the RA Prime Minister in relation to the changes of basic financing of the scientific and scientific-technical activity.
“STOPPING OF BASIC FINANCING TO HARM SCIENCE”: YSU FACULTY ARE ANXIOUS
25.01.19
The representatives of a number of faculties of YSU gathered today ate the Faculty of Chemistry to discuss the negative impact of the offer made by the Ministry of Finances to make the basic financing at foundations competitive and made a decision to take steps towards cancelling that decision.
SCIENTIFIC TOPIC: STUDY OF SOME ARMENIAN HERBAL’S ANTICANCER ACTIVITY.
24.01.19
MES Scientific Committee granted topic «New therapeutic approaches in breast anticancer treatment using Armenian herbal extracts combined with L-arginine/polyamine/nitric oxide pathway inhibitors» presented by YSU, Faculty of Biology.
OPEN LETTER TO THE RA HIGHER ATTESTATION COMMITTEE
24.01.19
Some scientific periodicals occurred at the focus of attention of the Higher Attestation Committee.
WHAT SOUNDS DO CELESTIAL BODIES PRODUCE?
23.01.19
Almost all celestial bodies can produce their unique sounds, and researchers managed to record some of them. Due to this records we can hear the sounds produced by the Sun, the Black Holes and our planet Earth.
FATHER AND SON TRCHOUNYANS SUGGEST NEW IDEA IN THE FIELD OF MICROBIAL BIOCHEMISTRY
21.01.19
The article entitled “Fermentation Revisited: How Do Microorganisms Survive Under Energy-Limited Conditions?” by YSU Doctors A. Trchounyan and K. Trchounyan was published in “Trends in Biochemical Sciences” journal which has an impact factor of 15.678.
WORLD'S OLDEST PERIODIC TABLE CHART FOUND IN ST ANDREWS
21.01.19
A periodic table chart discovered at the University of St Andrews is thought to be the oldest in the world.
MICROCHIPS INSTALLATION IN PEOPLE IS BECOMING POPULAR IN SWEDEN
18.01.19
Having a microchip installed underneath your skin makes it possible not to carry wallets, cards or money with you: a significant number of Swedes think so.
SCIENTIFIC THEME: MAIN PROBLEMS OF JUVENILE CRIME PREVENTION IN ARMENIA ARE STUDIED
18.01.19
The thematic project “Main problems of juvenile crime prevention in the Republic of Armenia” carried out by the lecturers of the chairs of Criminal Law and Criminal Processing and Criminalistics of YSU Faculty of Law was guaranteed for financing by the RA MES Science Committee.
YSU PROFESSOR: “IT’S NECESSARY TO ENCOURAGE THE SCIENTISTS WITH GREAT POTENTIAL AND ABILITIES”
18.01.19
The research program presented by the scientific-research group of YSU Faculty of Physics got a prize during the faculty research award carried out by the Enterprise Incubator Foundation.