Academy of Sciences of Moldova
The building of the Academy of Science of Moldova in Chișinău
Formation1946
Legal statusactive
Purposeadvocate and public voice, educator and network
HeadquartersChișinău
Official language
Romanian language
President
Ion Tighineanu
Websiteofficial website

The Academy of Sciences of Moldova (Romanian: Academia de Științe a Moldovei), established in 1946, is the main scientific organization of Moldova and coordinates research in all areas of science and technology. Ion Tighineanu has been the head of the Academy of Sciences since April 9, 2019.

History

As early as June 1946, the Presidium of the USSR Academy of Sciences decided to establish the Moldovan Research Base of the USSR Academy of Sciences in Chisinau. In October 1949, the research base was transformed into the Moldavian branch of the USSR Academy of Sciences. The grand opening of the Academy took place on August 2, 1961. A meeting of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova in September 1994 confirms the reasoned scientific opinion of philologists that the correct name of the state language of Moldova is Romanian.[1] Since September 2009, the University at the Academy of Sciences of Moldova has been operating in the country. In October 2017, President Igor Dodon signed a law that provides for the reform of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova.[2]

Organization and departments

Liberation Monument

On 23 August 1969, during the 25th anniversary of the Jassy–Kishinev Offensive, a Liberation Monument at the Academy of Sciences was opened. It has been renovated three times, in 1975, 2014 and 2019.[3] Arrchitects ladimir Naumov, Naum Epelbaum and Lazar Dubinovskiy were part of the project.[4]

Presidents

Gallery

References

  1. ^ "Declaraţia Adunării Generale Anuale a Academiei de Ştiinţe a Moldovei - LimbaRomana". limbaromana.md. Retrieved 14 April 2018.
  2. ^ "Академия наук Молдовы будет реформирована". Oct 19, 2017. Retrieved Mar 3, 2021.
  3. ^ "Igor Dodon a participat la ceremonia de inaugurare a Monumentului eroilor eliberatori ai capitalei, renovat — Președinția Republicii Moldova". Retrieved Mar 3, 2021.
  4. ^ "Monument to the Liberation in Chisinau, Moldova | Soviet memorial". Jan 21, 2019. Retrieved Mar 3, 2021.