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Genomes of Koban culture bearers shed light on the ethnogenesis of the modern population of the Caucasus

European University researchers Artem Nedoluzhko and Fyodor Sharko as lead authors have published an article in the prestigious international journal European Journal of Human Genetics (Q1, impact factor: 5.2). Together with Russian colleagues, they analyzed nuclear DNA from the remains of five representatives of the Koban archaeological culture.

Employees of the Hermitage and staff from the European University at St. Petersburg discuss the discoveries of the past season

Svetlana Pankova, a researcher at the Laboratory of Paleogenomics of the European University and curator of the Department of Archaeology of Eastern Europe and Siberia of the State Hermitage Museum, spoke at the international scientific conference "Singing Arrows of Maodun": Hunnu from obscurity to empire", dedicated to the 75th anniversary of Sergey Minyaev’s birth (1948-2020).

The journal BMC Cancer has published an article evaluating data from cancer registries in Northwest Russia

On October 18, a scientific article was published in the journal BMC Cancer, in which researchers from the Institute of Medical Studies of the European University at St. Petersburg and the N.N. Petrov National Medical Research Center of Oncology assessed the completeness of the data from cancer registries in the regions of the Northwestern Federal District for 2008–2017.

The EUSP International Scientific Conference will be held in Yerevan on November 1–3, 2023

European University at St. Petersburg is holding a scientific conference “Setting and overcoming borders: the Greater Caucasus in regional and global history, XVIII–XX centuries.” The conference is dedicated to the history of the Greater Caucasus — a historical and geographical macro-region that unites many cultures, religions, economic structures and identities.

Olga Bychkova: “I think that ethical discussions around the union of science and technology will never disappear”

Olga Bychkova, Dean of the Faculty of Sociology, Director of the Center for Science and Technology Studies (STS Center) of the European University, told the RBC.Trends about the trends in the science of the future — the entry of digital technologies into science, interdisciplinarity, the gradual disappearance of fundamental research, etc.