Two scientific institutes will be opened in the structure of the Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski. Their creation was approved on Wednesday by the government. One will deal with research and projects in the field of law, economics and intellectual property, and the other with developments in the field of large data and artificial intelligence.
Today is the holiday of Bulgarian students.
In 1897, Professor Ivan Shishmanov, the Minister of Enlightenment, asked the first Higher School in Bulgaria to have "a special, own holiday". At its meeting on November 2, 1902, the Academic Council of the Higher School set the day of the enlightener St. Kliment Ohridski - November 25 (December 8 - a new style), for this holiday.
Archaeologists from 12 countries and scientists from all over Bulgaria participate in the scientific conference held in the town of Galabovo, South Bulgaria, on 25th of October, reports BNT.
Krasimir Leshakov, Professor of Archeology at Sofia University, says that one of the mounds in Galabovo which was subject to research, places Bulgaria on the map of prehistory.
Romania and Bulgaria, which are not just neighbours but also friends, share a past that "has contributed to an enhanced degree of empathy" between the two countries, a present characterised by "an in-depth deepened partnership" and "a common European future", Romania's Ambassador to Romania Ion Galea told an interview granted to AGERPRES.
Top universities in Bulgaria have announced hundreds of vacant places for students - while foreign institutions, especially in Britain and The Netherlands, attract some of the country's best graduates.
Sofia University, the highest-ranking Bulgarian higher-education institution, on Friday said it had over 850 places after three clearings.