Euronews Reports on a Technology Developed by Latvian Scientists for Early Diagnosis of Skin Cancer

Cancer cases are on the rise in Europe, with melanoma - the most dangerous type of skin cancer - the sixth most common. With support from European Union (EU) funds, medical device start-up Bdetect has launched a portable, non-invasive early detection device based on technology developed by scientists, reports Euronews.

14th of May

Want to Change the Future of Food? Applications for the 2023 EIT Food Challenge are now open

Students, researchers, entrepreneurs, food, and agriculture sector employees, as well as those interested in creating a sustainable future of agriculture, are invited to apply to participate in the 2023 EIT Food Challenge Lab to help develop innovative solutions for important challenges in the agriculture and food sector. Have you got an idea for an innovative project that will create positive change in the food system? Then we want to hear from you. The application deadline is November 6.

31th of October, 2023

Leading Latvian and Foreign Microchip Industry Players Meet at RTU

To promote the development of the photonics microchip industry, scientists, policy makers, and representatives of the world's leading companies convene at RTU.

18th of October, 2023