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The survival of populations is increasingly influenced by their capacity to withstand extremely high temperatures and droughts as well as their ability to adapt to new species entering their territories. Credit: Karl Ander Adami
Safeguarding Europe’s Natural Symphony: the Importance of Biodiversity Monitoring
Uuemaa and her colleagues will use geoinformatics and machine learning to plan riparian buffer zones to reduce the environmental impact of agriculture. Credit: Rainer Süvirand
Geoinformatics: We are sitting on a pot of gold without even realizing it
The role of human beings does not disappear from the administration of justice and legal work, but it is amplified with the help of technologies. Credit: Jelena Rudi
Professor: Legal Professionals Must Invest in Digital Education and Technology to Stay Competitive
Opera singing is often quite physical, so it is compared to top-level sport. Credit: Pixabay
Research: Tricks that make opera sound less incomprehensible
“If you start thinking about an oil spill after it happened, then it's too late!” said Jan-Victor Björkqvist, a researcher at the Norwegian Meteorological Institute. Photo credit: Baltic Work Boats
Preventing disasters! Researchers mapped how oil moves in the sea
Managerial positions can be occupied by individuals with both suitable and unsuitable values for leadership, depending on the specific country and the value under consideration. Photo credit: Rasmus Jurkatam
Ambitious and creative people are more likely to become leaders
Marlon Dumas, a University of Tartu professor and a computer scientist, is a keynote speaker at sTARTUp Day 2024.  Photo: Maanus Kullamaa for Excite magazine / Execution Ekspress Meedia Special Solutions
An expert view: how to integrate artificial intelligence into your company?
This year, seven researchers from Estonian universities made it to the top of the science world. Photo credit: Patrik Tamm
Here’s advice from the top talent in the science world
TalTech marine scientists have created a system that predicts how fuel leaks from shipwrecks will spread. Credit: brand estonia
Estonian scientists develop new shipwreck pollution prediction system
Estonia is taking significant steps toward embracing the concept of a circular economy. Credit: Renee Altrov
Survey: What Are the Obstacles to Transitioning to a Circular Economy in Estonia?
One of two denim fabrics with optimal laser fading: an output of 14 W and a 230 mm/s laser speed. One of two denim fabrics with optimal laser fading: an output of 14 W and a 230 mm/s laser speed. Author/Source: Nele Mandre
An Estonian industrial PhD student found a way to extend the durability of denim
ESTCube-2 is Estonia's most research-intensive satellite and has been mostly built by students. Credit: ESTCube-2
Estonia’s ESTCube-2 satellite launched into orbit
Weather is sparking many changes. What about taste? Photo credit: Pixabay
Global warming is changing how food tastes
Researchers at Tallinn University of Technology are working towards making the chemical industry safer and more sustainable. Photo credit: TalTech - Hernandez Sorokina
Researchers of the School of Science of TalTech revived a method abandoned a century ago. Why?
a) Example of a bog mummy (Rabivere, Estonia); b) the severed head of a bog mummy (Stidsholt, Denmark); c) bog skeleton (Luttra, Sweden); and d) disarticulated skeletal remains (Alken Enge, Denmark). Source: Estonian National Museum (a); Nationalmuseet Copenhagen (b); Jan Kask (c); Peter Jensen (d)).
Bogs, bones and bodies: Violent past of northern European mires
Estonian Representation in Brussels, in collaboration with the Estonian Research Council and European' 1+ Million Genomes' Initiative. The gathering aimed to foster connections and share vital information about the upcoming ambitious endeavour. Photo credit: Simon Blackley
Science Communication in Practice: An Evening of Networking in Brussels 
Hedvig Tamman, associate professor of genetics at the University of Tartu. Photo: Private collection
University of Tartu researcher receives prestigious grant to study the arms race between bacteria and viruses
What is the role of the teacher? A designerly way of thinking brings big questions to classrooms. Photo credit: Pixabay
An Estonian island school is designing education
People swallow up to 100,000 microplastic particles per day, same as if we ate one credit card a year. Photo source: Unsplash/Claire Abdo
Marine biologist: a person consumes a credit card’s worth of microplastics per year
Vääna-Jõesuu flounder.Vääna-Jõesuu flounder. Source: Tiit Hunt/CC BY-SA 3.0
Baltic Sea pollution puts fish cancer defenses to the test
Mörigen arrowhead. Note adhering bright sediment material. Remnants of an older label on the left of the sample number. Total length is 39.3 mm. Source: zvg/Thomas Schüpbach
Swiss Bronze Age arrowhead possibly forged from Estonian Kaali meteorite
One of the key questions in the special issue is who is vulnerable in a crisis. Photo credit: Mat Napo/ Unsplash
What makes individuals fall through the safety nets during disasters?
TalTech researchers seek solutions to bring more fresh air into kindergartens and classrooms. Photo credit: Pexels
Scientists build a platform to make perfect indoor air conditions
University of Tartu is launching two internationally influential projects to bring new quality to life sciences. Photo credit: Ragnar Vutt
University of Tartu spearheads excellence in digital bioengineering and personalised medicine

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