natural sciences

Arvi Jõers
Scientists hope to defeat infections after discovering bacterial espionage
More accurate marine forecast models will be of direct practical benefit to fishermen whose work depends on the movement of fish herds. Photo credit: Stina Kase.
Advancing marine forecast models
Within two weeks, young seahorses grow to a length of up to a centimetre.
Seahorses are helping scientists to study the evolution of pregnancy
The continental contribution to the American populations. Image credit: Linda Ongaro et al. Current Biology.
The genomic impact of European colonization of the Americas
Land plants are descended from fresh-water algae. Photo credit: Priidu Saart.
How plants colonised land
Kanna spring fen on the slope of Saaremaa upland
Paleoecologists: biodiversity is an insurance policy for the future of mankind
Forest sunrise
Forest, science and Estonia: a foreigner’s view from the inside
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Estonian bears are still recovering from a century-old genetic bottleneck
Climate patterns in Europe are about to change
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First research results from the Estonian-Finnish FinEstBeAMS beamline
The depths of the North Sea are home to sharks, hermit crabs as well as fish never seen before (anglerfish and the striped red mullet). Photo credit: Randel Kreitsberg.
Who is living in the depths of the North Sea?
Hüpessaare study trail_Karl Ander Adami
Drying peatlands are turning into carbon dioxide sources
P2X4 receptors inside the eosinophil
TalTech immunologists develop new leucocyte markers
Earth history archives at Tallinn University of Technology
Geologists: anoxia caused biodiversity loss in ancient seas
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Viruses bring new genes to the human organism
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What should I eat to make my gut bacteria happy?
The development of next generation energy storage and conversion technologies is crucial for tackling climate change and securing sustainable energy production in the future. Photo by: Taaniel Malleus
Batteries: could sodium save us from the scarcity of lithium?
EMBL Heidelberg Campus shot by a drone. Copyright EMBL. License CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
Estonia becomes a prospect member of EMBL
Grave of a Scythian-Sarmatian in Perevolochan, in the southern foothills of the Urals in Russia. Author/source: Nikita Savelev
Geneticists and archaeologists are tracing the belligerent Scythians
Sampling of methane-derived carbonate crust at 1200 m deep seafloor offshore Svalbard. Photo by: Aivo Lepland, TalTech.
Deep-sea methane emissions and ice ages are linked
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Getting the data of gene donors on their doctors’ desk
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Taking the detection of foetal chromosome disorders to the next level
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Global warming can be seen from the clouds
A plant’s success depends on microscopic fungi

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