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Superangel's Kalev Kaarna discusses deeptech investment trends during Science Base Camp. Photo credit: Superangel
Nordic and Baltic VCs and universities partner to nurture science-based startups
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Doctoral dissertation lays a firmer foundation for future studies of carbon materials
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How to renew ageing electrical systems sensibly?
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The perch became the ruler in the dark thanks to genetic changes
Associate Professor of Plant Ecology Marina Semchenko. Photo credit: Andres Tennus
Prestigious ERC grant helps identify the impact of land-use change on plant species and soil fertility
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Insights into the past of an almost eradicated childhood infection
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Digital Twin – a bridge between real and virtual worlds
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Power electronics research advances solar building technology
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Estonian scientists to produce tons of bioplastic from wood
Simulating and testing the overtaking. Photo credit: Raivo Sell, TalTech
New algorithm makes overtaking smoother and faster for self-driving cars
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Doctoral thesis: In the future, treatment of wounds may be facilitated by nanotechnology
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Migrevention, clinical and academic partners, work to advance digital headache clinic
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Small country with a great potential for microbiome studies
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Participation in adult learning requires multilevel support
Bringing people together and conquering hardships is what Marina Aghayan, a material science researcher and entrepreneur, does the best. Photo credit: Raffi Youredjian
“Scientists can overcome anything – especially female scientists.”
Most children don't receive the mental health support they need, Estonian researcher Karin Streimann found in her PhD dissertation. Photo credit: Depositphotos
Teachers and parents disagree on children’s well-being, study found
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Doctoral thesis: you can inherit a Facebook account but not a Tinder account
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Enabling smart city services through street lighting networks
Estonian Genome Center at the University of Tartu. Photo credit: Renee Altrov
Landmark genetics studies serve up new resources for gene expression research
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Science and technology may not be a magic wand in tackling the climate crisis, but part of the problem
This piece of yellow glass can convert energy! Proudly shown by Taltech's PhD student Robert Beglaryan, who is developing semi-transparent solar cells as part of an international team. Photo credit: Atanas Katerski
Smart windows convert light into electricity
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Trees may spend more energy to defend themselves as climate warms
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Can we trust decisions made by artificial intelligence?
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Europeans are freeing themselves from fixed office hours, but is it legal?

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