ISSP UL doctoral student Inga Jonāne received a SIA "MikroTik" scholarship for the work "Experimental and theoretical studies of functional materials for sensory applications".
LU CFI doktorante Inga Jonāne saņema SIA “Mikrotīkls” stipendiju par darbu "Funkcionālo materiālu eksperimentālie un teorētiskie pētījumi sensoru pielietojumiem".
Mg.phys. Inga Pudža has been honored with the prestigious L'ORÉAL-UNESCO Baltic Prize "For Women in Science".
The Lab's work on "Explanation of the influence of the local atomic structure of molybdates and tungstates on their thermochromic and magnetic properties"
is named by the Latvian Academy of Sciences among the most significant achievements in Latvian science in 2021.
The Lab's work on the study of structure-property relationship in the versatile copper molybdates was included in the
Latvian Academy of Sciences YearBook 2022.