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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?
The employees of care organisations deserve recognition for acting as key intermediaries of official risk and crisis information and creators of an environment promoting safe behaviour. Photo credit: Matthias Zomer/pexels.com
Among care organisations, day centres were hit the hardest by corona crisis
Academic institutions are creating gender equality plans to apply for popular EU grants, but will it actually change anything? Photo credit: Depositphotos
European universities are pushed to think of women
The biorobotics research team. Photo: Hendrik Osula
Underwater robotics is full of opportunities
Cybernetica's Dan Bogdanov.                                                           Photo credit: Jake Farra
Cybernetica innovator headlines University of Tartu Digital Governance lecture series
Roosi Soosaar is one of the leaders of Estonian NGO Soil Innovation Cluster. Together with other farmers and scientists she is looking for ways to improve the Northern European soil. Photo credit: Carol Liis Metsla
Should fossil fuel ash be allowed in eco farming?
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Estonian scientists start looking for signs of life on Venus on a set of private space missions
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Estonia strives to be on the forefront of implementing circular economy
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Education innovation in E-Stonia
Lili Milani, research professor at the Estonian Genome Centre, looks for risk groups using genetic engineering. Credit: Ekspress Meedia/Anni Õnneleid
Biobanks and personalized medicine in Estonia
Ralf-Martin Soe. Credit: Tallinn University of Technology
What makes a city smart?
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Estonian and Finnish researchers unveil new applications for GreenTwins project
Highly cited researchers from the University of Tartu. Photo credit: University of Tartu
Researchers from Estonia continue to be globally influential
Tallinn University lecturer Marika Ratnik believes in the healing power of arts, and she has two decades worth of research to support her stand. Photo credit: private collection
Art makes children happier at school
Liis Lutter and Epp Songisepp from the research center BioCC are revolutionizing probiotics. Photo credit: BioCC
Scientists are working on a vegan shot packed with good bacteria
Antegenes team. Photo credit: Antegenes
Major investment helps University of Tartu spin-off take genetic tests for cancer prevention to UK market
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Power electronics play an important role in the green transition
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Researchers have discovered new genetic risk factors in polycystic ovary syndrome
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Doctoral thesis: modern construction technology is unsustainable
TalTech's Rutt Hints speaks during the GreenEST Summit. Photo credit: Tehnopol
Estonia’s unique position in raw materials supply chain touted at GreenEST Summit

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