21 May, Tuesday | 01:17
Posted 22-02-2011Nobel Prize winner advises not to smoke to avoid cancer
“Youth in Armenian smoke a lot,” says the Nobel Prize winner.
Posted 21-02-2011The Nobel Prize-winning biologist is in Armenia
World-famous scientists will give lectures to Armenian experts.
Posted 17-02-2011The cheapest book costs 40 drams
The literary “intermediary” institute will be introduced in Armenia this year.
Posted 17-02-2011Donate books to each other, if you can afford them…
Today’s Armenian authors think they have been classical writers for a long time now and everyone should be stealing their books from each other.
Posted 14-02-2011Are Armenian youth unaware?
It turns out that the youth of Armenia know almost nothing about the European Union.
Posted 31-01-2011First CMI “Winter Cup”
The merry and the inventive of Armenian universities gathered in Tsakhkadzor yesterday.
Posted 30-01-2011Another obstacle in science has been overcome
The Young Biologists Association NGO will not limit itself to bringing Nobel Prize winning scientists to Armenia.
Posted 24-01-2011Armenia doesn’t need science
But perhaps it does and it’s just that we haven’t come to realize it yet.
Posted 17-01-2011Fewer universities
This year 7-10 private universities will be closed down and the number of magazines printing scientific articles will be reduced.
Posted 12-01-2011Stress: the best way of taking exams successfully
These days students don’t ask how they are doing, but whether they “passed” or whether the professor “gave them a hard time”.
First Armenian Transplant Games
Holland continues to amaze the world
EDUCATION » InterviewWho wants to be a Wikipedia editor?
Eritasard.am’s correspondent sat down for an interview with one of the editors of the Armenian Wikipedia, Vachagan Ghratyan.
EDUCATION » AnalyticsNon formal education
The majority of Armenian youth has no idea about non formal education.