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High-school children scientific projects 2023

In 2023 RTU RBIDC researchers supervised 5 scientific projects for 6 high school children:

Also, 2 weeks long internship (22.05.-2.06.2023.) was performed for 12th-grade schoolers Janis Liepins and Liga Blumfelde from the Engineering High School of Riga Technical University to introduce them to research work in biomaterials research and development (internship coordinator K.Salma-Ancane, supervisor A.Rubina).


High school children in RTU RBIDC labs

High-school children scientific projects 2022

 In 2022 RTU RBIDC researchers supervised 3 scientific projects for 3 high school children:

High-school children scientific projects 2021

RISEus2 RTU RBIDC is excited to boost the interest of the younger generation in science and STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics activities! 2021 was fruitful with supervision of 4 scientific projects for 5 high school children:

We are proud that the scientific project of Samanta Cvetkova received the highest grade in national and international level:

The research project “Biomimetic gels for osteoporotic bone regeneration” developed by 12th-grade schooler Sandis Bulduris from Rezekne Secondary School No. 5 in 2021, received the highest grade in the national and international levels:

BBCE project´s main objective is to establish a joint Baltic Biomaterials Centre of Excellence for advanced biomaterials development based on the long-term strategic cooperation between AO Research Institute Davos, Switzerland (ARI) and Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany (FAU) on the one hand and RTU RBIDC, LIOS, RSU and RSU IS on the other hand.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 857287