Organising work at Nature Research Centre during the period of quarantine
In view of the situation related to the spread of coronavirus, the Government in its extraordinary meeting decided to announce a quarantine in the territory of the Republic of Lithuania from 16 March 00:00 to 30 March 24:00.
Following Government Resolution on announcement of a quarantine in the territory of the Republic of Lithuania (https://lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/visoje-lietuvos-respublikos-teritorijoje-skelbiamas-karantinas-pridedamas-nutarimas-1) and recommendations of the Vilnius City Municipality (https://sveikas.vilnius.lt/), the Nature Research Centre seeking to ensure employees' health will organise its work according to remote work arrangements.
All employees are requested to follow information to be announced via e-mail.
A detailed information or the COVID-19 virus is available at: http://sam.lrv.lt/lt/news/koronavirusas
Nature Research Centre's Scientific Council elections
The state scientific research institute Nature Research Centre calls Scientific Council elections on 21 May 2020 at Akademijos St 2, Vilnius.
Exhibition "For Science and Lithuania: Famous Lithuanian World Scientists (20th c. – beginning of 21st c.)"
The Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania declared 2019 the Year of World Lithuanians in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Lithuanian Charter that established the Lithuanian World Community.
Contributing to the celebration of this event, the Nature Research Centre organised an exhibition "For Science and Lithuania: Famous Lithuanian World Scientists (20th c. – beginning of 21st c.)" to be open until 6 May 2020.
The exhibition is about Lithuanian scientists who either left their motherland or were born abroad and made significant scientific achievements far from Lithuania. The exhibition presents only a part of world famous Lithuanian scientists whose works have become the treasure of Lithuanian and global science.
It should be mentioned that personal archives of some scientists, namely zoologist Pranciškus Baltrus Šivickis, ecologist Kazys Ėringios, linguist Algirdas Julius Greimas and philosopher Ignas Kęstutis Skrupskelis, are stored at the Manuscripts Department of the Wroblewski Library of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences.
11th Baltic Theriological Conference