21 May

AmStud Conference 2022
By: BRAMS | Published On: 21/05/22 7:31 pm

Institute of American Studies at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University and the Georgian Association for American Studies hosted the 23rd International Annual Conference on American Studies from 19th through 21st May.

In 2022 the conference marked the 30th anniversary of the 30-year diplomatic relationship between Georgia and the United States.

Traditionally, there were several sessions chaired by Georgian professors, and the local researchers were joined by American colleagues – some in person, others online.

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16 Oct

NASA's Lucy Mission
By: BRAMS | Published On: 16/10/21 3:29 pm

Lucy is the first space mission to study Jupiter's Trojan asteroids – the primitive bodies that hold vital clues to deciphering the history of the solar system.

There are Lucy Mission's seven targets – the binary asteroid Patroclus, Menoetius, Eurybates, Orus, Leucus, Polymele, and the main-belt asteroid Donald Johanson.


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7 Oct

GACS: Autumn session 2021
By: BRAMS | Published On: 7/10/21 11:22 pm

7 October 2021: A meeting of the science advisory board of the Georgian Academy of Criminology was held at the Georgian National Academy of Sciences. This year, the autumn session is dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Crime Research and Prediction Centre.

President of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Academician George Kvesitadze who is an Honorary Academician of the Georgian Academy of Criminology, opened the autumn session with a welcome speech.


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4 Nov

Panel discussion at AmStud
By: BRAMS | Published On: 4/11/20 9:28 pm

The United States is at a political crossroads today. Again. So is the rest of the world while American political influence runs globally. The outcome of the US presidential election 2020 will influence not only the people of the United States but the vast majority of the rest of the countries in the world. Therefore, the interest in the results of the American election is tremendous outside its borders, too. Of course, Georgia is not the exclusion.


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27 Jun

Charity concert
By: BRAMS | Published On: 27/06/20 11:55 pm

Tonight the acclaimed Georgian-British musician performs a live charity concert to demonstrate her support to the Georgia Red Cross Society (GRCS) in its effort to support the socially vulnerable groups of people in Georgia during the COVID-19 pandemic.

In her video message released two weeks ago, Katie Melua announced that she would sing songs requested by the followers on her social media accounts.

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