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May 7, 2022

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January 26, 2023
Directors of KarRC RAS scientific subdivisions told about their activities in the previous year. January 25th was the last of the two days of the KarRC RAS Learned Council session dedicated to the results of year 2022. Reports were presented by leaders of the Institutes of Applied Mathematical Research, Economics, Linguistics, Literature, and History, and the Department for Multidisciplinary Research.
January 25, 2023
Why are southern species advancing farther north? How do we get timber with desired properties? Does global warming change the ice? How does the geological well in the Kondopozhsky District help study the origin of life on the planet? These and many other topics were in the focus of research for Karelian scientists last year. Directors of KarRC RAS institutes recapitulate on the results of their activities at the January session of the Learned Council.
January 21, 2023
January 21st is International PhD Day. Karelian Research Centre RAS currently trains 61 doctoral students in 24 programs. They are both recent university alumni and specialists with experience in various spheres. We congratulate doctoral students on their day and wish them interesting studies and productive research!
January 17, 2023
Karelian ornithologists launched the world's first study of 3D territories of songbirds during the breeding season in the Palearctic. Researchers use modern methods of visualization and 3D analysis to create models of the spaces inhabited by pairs of Willow Warblers. Among other things, this will help find out how logging affects the survival of a particular bird species. The study was supported by a grant from the Russian Science Foundation for small research groups.