Baltic cooperation

The tradition of holding the Baltic Conferences on Intellectual Cooperation appears to be a heritage left by the International Institute on Intellectual Cooperation (replaced by UNESCO) set up by...
The Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian academies of sciences signed a communiqué on cooperation between the three academies of sciences on 28 June 1990. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences played a no...
The Medal of the Baltic Academies of Sciences is awarded for contribution to promoting cooperation of the Baltic States and for achievements in science. Since 1999, the awarding ceremonies of this sp...
16th Baltic Conference on Intellectual Co-operation "Genes: from the Past to the Future" will take place at the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences (Gedimino Ave. 3, Vilnius) on 2-3 May 2019. Prelimin...
In the Pre-conference meeting each of the Baltic countries shortly presented the recent developments of the National Academies, cooperation of the Academies in the Baltic region and the main future ch...
The Latvian Academy of Sciences has the privilege to organize the 14th Baltic Conference on Intellectual Cooperation entitled  ACADEMIES OF SCIENCES FOR RESEARCH AND INOVATION:PAST AND FUTUR...
  The Estonian Academy of Sciences is honoured to convene the 17th Baltic Conference on Intellectual Co-operation (BCIC) in Tallinn on 28–29 June 2021. The event includes a meeting of the Presid...
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