June 2022

Although on a short break, RSU’s popular scientific magazineSemper Anticus returns to its readers! With exciting new articles,information, and a brand new team! Semper Anticus presents our 6th issue!Download your own PDF version in both English and Latvian. Semper Anticus No. 6 Latvian version Semper Anticus No. 6 English version

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March 2019

Covid-19, self-isolation, social distancing, quarantine, cancelled events? Don’t be sad! Today the 5th issue of RSU student popular science journal Semper Anticus reaches its readers – an ideal reading material in both home self-isolation and outside. Always forward! Covid-19, pašizolācija, sociālā distancēšanās, karantīna, atcelti pasākumi? Neskumsti! No šodienas pie lasītājiem dodas RSU studentu žurnāla Semper

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January 2019

Semper Anticus is proud to present your our 4th issue, which is focused on prevention – disease, mistake and more.  Download your own PDF version in both English and Latvian. *Click on the title to get the PDF version. Semper Anticus No.4 Latvian version Semper Anticus No.4 English version

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February 2017

Semper Anticus is the first student-led popular scientific journal in Latvia and this is our third issue – the most comprehensive work spanning from mental health to fake news, LGBT and more.  Download your own PDF version in both English and Latvian. *Click on the journal cover to enter Reading Room, click on the title

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May 2017

Semper Anticus is proud to unveil its new issue of May 2017 in which we discuss a plethora of topics ranging from Antibacterial resistance in Latvia and HIV vaccine phase II clinical trials to Trump and Brexit. The Semper Anticus team has been working hard to give you the best content in the most representable

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November 2016

This was the beginning of Semper Anticus – our creators, Ingus Apse and Ivars Veckalns, had this insane idea of making a scientific journal that would not only  engage its readers in discussing current medical topics, but also be aesthetically pleasing to the eye and to the touch. Hard work and attention to detail were

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The big cities of the sea

Author: Linda Bauere If asked about climate change and the effect it has on our planet, what would you think about first? I, for one, would start thinking about the negative impact on rainforests, agriculture and hurricanes, not giving much thought to the thing that covers 71% of the Earth’s surface — water [1]. Seems