In the Knowledge Agora, held during the UL New Technologies and Innovations Day 2020, UL researchers and students spoke about various research works at the University, which was one of the most important parts of the event. The event was attended by a significant number of UL researchers and presented 57 studies that raised issues of microorganism collection development, solar system, nanomaterials, bioeconomy, magnetic accelerators, material memory, gene data, as well as solutions for demography, various types of education, ecosystems. and medical fields.

"The Knowledge Agora is a great opportunity to tell about your research and its results. For some of us, this is the first step in promoting our research, for some of us it is the next step towards research excellence. Every research is important, therefore we invite researchers of exact sciences, humanities and social sciences to be proud of them on the UL New Technologies and Innovations Day," says Professor Signe Bāliņa, Deputy Rector for Digital Society, inviting to participate in the Knowledge Agora.