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New prospects for cooperation are outlined: Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno and Syktyvkar Forest Institute strengthen international cooperation

New prospects for cooperation are outlined: Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno and Syktyvkar Forest Institute strengthen international cooperation

Oleg Sozinov, Head of the Botany Department of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, delivered an open lecture within the framework of bilateral cooperation with the Syktyvkar Forest Institute. This is the first stage of joint work on the exchange of best practices, interesting knowledge and research results between universities.

Elena Raush, Deputy Director of the SLI for Economic Affairs, addressed the participants and listeners of the master class with a welcoming speech. She stressed that Syktyvkar Institute has always been interested in international experience and studied new technologies.

– Today we are starting a series of lectures by teachers of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno and Syktyvkar Forestry Institute. By the end of the academic year, about six more lectures will be held, three of which our teachers will read for Belarusian students and children from the Forestry Institute. We give our students and staff the opportunity to broaden their horizons, to learn what is happening in other regions of the world and how. As life shows, the most important discoveries and interesting research occur at the junction of different disciplines, interdisciplinary. The students and teachers will get acquainted with the experience of our colleagues from the Republic of Belarus. They will learn more about the biodiversity of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha," said Elena Raush.

Oleg Sozinov spoke about the practical application of the geobotanical map to identify key habitats (important for the conservation of biodiversity), as well as to develop a scientifically based approach to the functional zoning of specially protected natural areas. The lecturer presented the report "Identification of key territories important for the conservation of biological diversity, using the example of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha".

The lecture aroused the keen interest of the audience. Associate professors of the Department of Botany Anastasia Sakovich and Ekaterina Glyakovskaya will also provide the results of their research from the Faculty of Biology of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno.

Teachers of the Syktyvkar Forest Institute, in turn, will give lectures on forest topics for students of the SLI and the Faculty of Biology and Ecology of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno.

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