NSCFSI has won the joint Ukrainian-Latvian science competition with the project Open Educational Resource: Forensic Science

NSCFSI has won the joint Ukrainian-Latvian science competition with the project Open Educational Resource: Forensic Science
NSCFSI has won the joint Ukrainian-Latvian science competition with the project Open Educational Resource: Forensic Science
16.01.2021
Young and talented scientists of the National Scientific Centre «Hon. Prof. M.S. Bokarius Forensic Science Institute» (NSCFSI)" and Riga Stradins University of Latvia (RSU) has won the joint Ukrainian-Latvian science competition with the research project "Open Educational Resource: Forensic Science".
The research proposal "Open Educational Resource: Forensic Science" aims to create an educational “open access” web resource to share the forensic research stuff: research papers and techniques, manuals, video tutorials for forensic investigations. T
his innovative and important step to take the national forensic science developments to a new level was highly appreciated by the Ukrainian-Latvian Joint Commission on Scientific and Technological Cooperation competent authorities at the third meeting.
 

 
The Ukrainian principal investigator of the project is Olena Agapova – Head of the Department of International Cooperation and Work with Foreigners, Ph. D. in Law. The Latvian one is Karina Palkova – researcher and lecturer at the Riga Stradins University, Ph.  D. in Law.
The responsible researchers are young research and forensic examiners: Vadym Khosha, Mykhailo Mozhaiev, Seraphyma Hasparian, Aelita Zile, and Yanis Gracis.




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NSCFSI has won the joint Ukrainian-Latvian science competition with the project Open Educational Resource: Forensic Science

NSCFSI has won the joint Ukrainian-Latvian science competition with the project Open Educational Resource: Forensic Science
NSCFSI has won the joint Ukrainian-Latvian science competition with the project Open Educational Resource: Forensic Science
16.01.2021
Young and talented scientists of the National Scientific Centre «Hon. Prof. M.S. Bokarius Forensic Science Institute» (NSCFSI)" and Riga Stradins University of Latvia (RSU) has won the joint Ukrainian-Latvian science competition with the research project "Open Educational Resource: Forensic Science".
The research proposal "Open Educational Resource: Forensic Science" aims to create an educational “open access” web resource to share the forensic research stuff: research papers and techniques, manuals, video tutorials for forensic investigations. T
his innovative and important step to take the national forensic science developments to a new level was highly appreciated by the Ukrainian-Latvian Joint Commission on Scientific and Technological Cooperation competent authorities at the third meeting.
 

 
The Ukrainian principal investigator of the project is Olena Agapova – Head of the Department of International Cooperation and Work with Foreigners, Ph. D. in Law. The Latvian one is Karina Palkova – researcher and lecturer at the Riga Stradins University, Ph.  D. in Law.
The responsible researchers are young research and forensic examiners: Vadym Khosha, Mykhailo Mozhaiev, Seraphyma Hasparian, Aelita Zile, and Yanis Gracis.




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