COMMUNITY OF THE NATURE RESEARCH CENTRE BACKS UKRAINIAN PEOPLE UP IN THEIR FIERCE FIGHT
Community of the Nature Research Centre strongly condemns military actions of the Russian Federation in Ukraine and declares full support to the independent Ukrainian State and its people. While fighting for the freedom and independence of their motherland, Ukrainian people defend the democratic values of the world.
The Nature Research Centre cooperates with Ukrainian Science Institutions and is ready to expand this cooperation further as well as to provide researchers, students and all the Ukrainian people, seeking asylum from war in Lithuania, with all the help needed.
In our thoughts and hearts, we are with people of Ukraine, supporting and encouraging them in their fierce fight for freedom and independence.
Wishing Ukrainian people fortitude and hope!
Conference of Directors of Lithuanian State Research Institutes expresses support for Ukraine
As Russia wages widespread military aggression against Ukraine, the Conference of Directors of Lithuanian State Research Institutes unanimously expresses its solidarity with the independent state of Ukraine and its people, who are today fighting for the freedom of us all.
Aggressor troops are attacking Ukrainian cities; civilians, homes, kindergartens, schools and universities are being shelled. These actions are totally unacceptable in the 21st century and put the whole world at risk.
On behalf of all 11 Lithuanian research institute communities, we condemn the violence and aggression that puts thousands of our colleagues across Ukraine at risk. We express our support and encouragement to all the Ukrainian people and research community and will help as much as we can in this difficult time.
New international collaboration trend at Nature Research Centre
International relationships between scientific communities and joint projects for implementation of new ideas accelerate progress in contemporary science. As nature mostly ignores boundaries drawn by people, such forms of activity are particularly important for researchers of nature. Nature Research Centre has started this year with an event which will hopefully open new possibilities for the centre's researchers and significantly contribute to the centre's integration in global science.
Nature Research Centre's project AlgaeService for LIFE on Portugal TV
On 8 January, Portugal TV broadcasted a story about the project AlgaeService for LIFE. This is one of the three EU funded projects run in Lithuania that Portuguese have preferred to present. The project is run within the LIFE Environment and Resource Efficiency sub-programme. The aim of the project AlgaeService for LIFE is to promote the best practices in ecological services and circular economy through implementation of an innovative system of demonstrative measures. The project is headed by Dr Judita Koreivienė.