Professor in Natural Language Processing Mark Fišel (on the left) and Pekka Myllylä, Managing Director of Tilde Eesti. Photos: University of Tartu
University of Tartu and Tilde take Estonian machine translation to a new level
Viru test site using the Canadian peat moss application method (right) and control patch (left) where not used. Photo credit: Tallinn University
Restored peatlands store carbon and mitigate climate change
Lili Milani, head of the Estonian Genome Centre and a Professor at Institute of Genomics, University of Tartu. Photo credit: Anni Õnneleid, Ekspress Meedia
Estonian Genome Center Contributing to Multiple Nordic Research Projects
TalTech's Tauno Otto (center) with the university's Smart Industry Centre's research group. Photo credit: TalTech.
TalTech to Take Part in CERN-Led Accelerator Innovation Project
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40 top scientists call on the WHO to mandate new standards in order to combat airborne spread of viruses indoors
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Estonian Team Set to Develop Microscale Fuel Cells to Power Small Devices
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Vibrios and climate change: Can nature-based methods mitigate the potential threat in the Baltic Sea?
Cowslip observation. Photo credit: Tsipe Aavik
European Cowslip Observations are in Full Swing
Photo credit: Tallinn University
Sustaining Technology Enhanced Learning Innovations in Teachers’ Classroom Practices
The President of Estonia Kersti Kaljulaid at the Tartu University laboratory where sodium ion batteries and supercapacitors are built. Photo credit: Mattias Tammet / Office of the President of the Republic of Estonia
Estonians are Turning Soil into Batteries
Professor of Clinical Genetics of the University of Tartu Katrin Õunap. Photo credit: University of Tartu
Examination of an Estonian patient helped discover a new form of muscular dystrophy
The Sangal peat extraction area in Estonia. Photo credit: Kuno Kasak
University of Tartu Project Aims at Restoring Wetlands to Mitigate Climate Change
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Cannabis tends to affect the mental health of ever younger people
Excavation site Grotta La Sassa. Photo credit: Angelica Ferracci
Bronze Age migrations changed societal organization, genomic landscape in Italy
Photo credit: Unsplash, Dominik Scythe
Apocalypse-free robots
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A Nematode Transmitted from Dogs by Mosquitoes to Humans is Gaining a Foothold in the Baltic States
GOF 2.0 aims to safely integrate manned and unmanned aircraft in urban airspace. Photo credit: EANS
New EANS-Led Project to Set Rules for Conventional Aircraft, Drones to Share Airspace
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Gas Plasma May Help Cure Cancer in the Future
Astronaut in space
Microbial Treatment applied to Soviet Astronauts May Also Be Useful Today
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Silence Is Not Golden: Interactive Talk Promotes Children’s Speech Development
Employees of the University of Tartu Autonomous Driving Lab and Bolt representatives at the presentation of the lab’s test car running the Tallinn demo track. Photo credit: Mathis Bogens/Bolt
UT and Bolt expand collaboration to develop IT solutions for self-driving vehicles
Imagine if you could choose to feel soft as a cloud one moment and hard as a rock the next. This research project proved it's possible. Photo credit: Iris Kivisalu and the authors of the project
This Smart Dress Will Play With Your Mind
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In the Future, Marine Pollution Could Be Monitored by Drones Looking Like Seaweed
Professor of Cryptography Dominique Unruh (on the left) and Dan Bogdanov, Head of the Information Security Research Institute at Cybernetica. Photos: Anni Suvi and Jake Farra
University of Tartu and Cybernetica cooperate to study quantum-safe cryptography

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