Presentation of the project SPARKS and the exhibition Beyond the Lab – Do It Yourself to the public at the Sofia Science Festival, May 2017.
Between November 8-11, the Centre for Research and Analysis (CRA) together with the Sofia University, the Agrobioinstitute, Sofia, the University of Food Technologies and the Maritsa Vegetable Crops Research Institute in Plovdiv will host a series of dialogue events dedicated to the latest food research, including ERC-funded...
On 30.09.2016 during the Researcher's Night a science café was organized on the premises of the Technical university of Sofia under the project SPARKS. Presented by one of its' developer, prof. Kostadin Kostadinov, was the Micrina IVF-01 robot designed to perform Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) - an assisted...
SUCCESS4AL - the new project in which CRA participates under Erazmus+. The idea was born on the basis of the triple nexus of entrepreneurship, inclusive education and ICT-enabled education. The overall objective of the SUCCESS4ALL project is to develop and demonstrate an innovative e-learning platform providing access to...
The EU-supported project Sparks has officially started. Gathering 33 organisations from 29 European countries, and led by Ecsite, Sparks is aimed at bridging the gap between the super-fast pace of scientific innovation and society through an interactive exhibition and over 230 engaging activities taking place across the whole...
The Centre for Research and Analysis and all partners in the Bulgaria-Norway Project Teaching History in Multicultural Society - challenges and models present a new teaching model summarised in а Teacher's Handbook.    
We are happy to announce that our new project FRESH (Find Researchers Everywhere and Share) to organise the European Researcher’s Night and all preparatory activities was granted by EK and started at June the 1st 2016. We are 13 in the group, with CRA as Coordinator. Let’s wish us luck and be sure -  we will do...
Workshop and science café on Food-borne pathogens and food safety took place on 26-27 May 2016 on the premises of the Institute of Microbiology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Scientists, university lecturers and student took actively part.
The closing event of the bilateral Bulgaria-Norway project Teaching History in a Multicultural Society - Challenges and Models - the Round Table on Teaching History and Cultural Integration took place on May 17 in the House of Scientists, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia. The participants were Halla Bjørk Holmarsdottir и...
DNA Repair – a Double-edged SwardSofia Science Festival 2016, 12:00-13:00;  Theatre Sofia Chamber Hall,  Radoslav Alexandrov from the Institute of Molecular Biology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences./sites/default/files/uploads/files/ 


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