Europe needs metals. Bacteria can get it from waste.
How to map hidden meltwater paths in glaciers and why is it important?
Estonian researchers discovered expected hit “new Nutella” while developing a drink from sunflower seeds
Consortium led by the University of Tartu received €30 million to upgrade the Estonian Centre for Biosustainability to a hub of digital biology
Europe is getting noisy – and it’s damaging our bodies
University of Tartu-led consortium embarks on European Galactic Astronomy project
Estonian study sheds light on Northern pike genetics
Estonian geologists are searching for traces of complex life in Earth’s crust
After landmark BlueHealth study, Estonian scientists gain blue infrastructure expertise
The perch became the ruler in the dark thanks to genetic changes
Prestigious ERC grant helps identify the impact of land-use change on plant species and soil fertility
Trees may spend more energy to defend themselves as climate warms
Should fossil fuel ash be allowed in eco farming?
Scientists are working on a vegan shot packed with good bacteria
Study shows how dirty the air is in Europe
Bird diversity and human well-being depend on the greenery of the city
How fine-root traits fit in plant form and function
The Baltic Sea is recovering with the help of scientists
Corona Crisis Increased the Amount of Plastic Waste in the World
Restored peatlands store carbon and mitigate climate change
Study: All Measures of Green Growth are Politically Skewed
Functional consequences of global biodiversity loss guide future nature conservation
Study finds American mink to be main limiting factor of European mink
New dataset opens Estonian soil information for versatile use