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Dissertation reveals establishing new teaching method can take an academic year or longer
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3D printing of electrical machines is a cutting-edge research in TalTech
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Skydivers have adventurous spirit in their genes, but it is hard to detect
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Bird diversity and human well-being depend on the greenery of the city
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TalTech professor introduces artificial kidney therapy monitoring platform
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How fine-root traits fit in plant form and function
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A smart city needs smart pipelines
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TalTech researchers to develop a remote flood sensing service
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Magic helps out in the least religious country
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Dissertation helps to find fake drugs and food allergens
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Researchers created a unique and vital search engine for geneticists
Estonian scientist Anni Tamm wanted to know what's hidden behind childrens' conflicts. Photo credit: Lenka Fortelna/Pixabay
What matters to small children, a study explored
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A genetic study revealed the causes behind the side effects of infertility treatment
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Estonian sports sociologist outlines obstacles seniors face in taking up physical activity
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Metabolic diseases that endanger overweight cows
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Doctoral Thesis: Long-Term Health Problems for Victims of Violence
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Millennials prefer personal well-being over an international career
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Estonian Academy of Sciences to serve as host for the International Science Council next year
From left to right: Regina-Nino Mion, Professor Olaf Mertelsmann, Maarja Kruusmaa, Professor Steffen Manfred Noe, Harry Kattai, and Katrin Pihor at Paide Opinion Festival. Photo credit: Estonian Research Council, Karina Auli.
Finding the right balance: academics discuss role of foreign scientists at Opinion Festival
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A large-scale study gives an idea of the genetic risks associated with an infection with the coronavirus
Kaija Põhako-Esko, an associate professor of materials chemistry at the University of Tartu. Photo credit: Kaup Kikkas
Estonian researchers helped create a printable biodegradable supercapacitor
Sanna, one of many cows who help to produce the anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibody nasal spray at the farm of Estonian University of Life Sciences. Photo credit: Marian Männi
Estonians are fighting the pandemic with cow’s milk
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Seagrass-beds act as hotspots for accumulated microplastic
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Acidic pH enhances butyrate production from pectin by faecal microbiota

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