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Meeting of scientists from INRNE – BAS and American researchers in the field of nuclear physics and nuclear medicine

A delegation of 10 US scientists from the National Science Foundation (NSF) visited the Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy (INRNE-BAS), on 22 July 2019. At the meeting, the scientific infrastructure and activity of the researchers from INRNE were presented in order to prepare and implement future joint projects. […]

BAS awarded the “Prof. Marko Semov” prize for a strong presence in the spiritual life of the nation

President Rumen Radev awarded the “Prof. Marko Semov” prize on the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences for its bright presence in the spiritual life of the nation and on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the establishment of the Academy. The ceremony marking the 80th anniversary of the birth of the great Bulgarian writer, publicist and national psychologist Prof. Marko Semov took place on July 10 at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. […]

2019-07-15T14:02:16+02:00Thursday, 11 July 2019|Categories: General Academic News, Selected|

Scientists from BAS are offering the government a strategy for the development of artificial intelligence

Source: https://medium.com/politics-ai/an-overview-of-national-ai-strategies-2a70ec6edfd A framework of a national strategy for the development of artificial intelligence was developed by scientists from BAS at the initiative of the President of the Academy, Academician Julian Revalski. The document is submitted for consideration to the Council of Ministers and is designed to support the development of a National Strategy for the Development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Bulgaria by 2030. The European Commission recommends that these strategies be integrated into a 10-year Action Plan. We are facing an overall change in society that is far more than the technological revolution of the last century, scientists say. Technological innovations are not universally applicable and must be related to the national characteristics of the economy and the socio-cultural context. Adapting [...]

2019-07-15T12:38:27+02:00Wednesday, 10 July 2019|Categories: Information and Communication Sciences and Technologies|

The President of BAS, Academician Julian Revalski, met with a delegation from the Institute of Scientific and Technical Information of China

The President of BAS, Acad. Julian Revalski, the Vice-President, corr.-mem. Kostadin Ganev and the Scientific Secretaries Prof. Sevdalina Dimitrova and Prof. Kristalina Stoykova met with a delegation from the Institute of Scientific and Technical Information of China (ISTIC) at the Ministry of Science and Technology of China. […]

2019-07-01T19:57:07+02:00Friday, 28 June 2019|Categories: General Academic News|Tags: |

Academician Julian Revalski, President of BAS, visited the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna, Russia

The President of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Prof. Julian Revalski, Full Member of BAS, accompanied by Professor Evdokia Pasheva, Scientific Secretary-General of the Academy and Professor Sevdalina Dimitrova, Scientific Secretary of division “Energy Resources and Energy Efficiency”, visited the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) in Dubna in the period 2-4 June 2019. The visit was in the framework of the 12th International Meeting "JINR Expertise for Member States and Partner Countries" (JEMS-12). As part of the JEMS-12 program, the Bulgarian delegation acquainted itself with the scientific infrastructure of the Institute and met with leading scientists from various laboratories. Besides the planned meetings in the JEMS-12 program, the Bulgarian delegation also met with the leaders of the Laboratory of Information Technologies and the Laboratory [...]

2019-06-10T12:36:03+02:00Thursday, 6 June 2019|Categories: General Academic News, Selected|

A 7600-year-old grave was discovered in Slatina by archaeologists from the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Early Neolithic grave, about 7 600 years old, was discovered by a team of archaeologists led by corr.-member Vassil Nikolov, Vice-President of BAS, in Slatina settlement. The find is extremely rare. The forthcoming studies will provide information on the physical characteristics of the people who gave birth to the first European civilization in today's Bulgarian lands. According to corr.-member Nikolov, the scientists have enough data on the way of life of the people in the settlement of Slatina but it has not yet been established what the funeral practices were. It is well known that the settlement lasted for about 500 years: from the end of the seventh millennium BC, when the first settlers arrived, until around the middle of the sixth millennium BC. The [...]

2019-05-31T15:39:51+02:00Tuesday, 28 May 2019|Categories: Cultural-historical Heritage and National Identity, Selected|