Global warming is changing how food tastes
Researchers of the School of Science of TalTech revived a method abandoned a century ago. Why?
Bogs, bones and bodies: Violent past of northern European mires
Science Communication in Practice: An Evening of Networking in Brussels
University of Tartu researcher receives prestigious grant to study the arms race between bacteria and viruses
An Estonian island school is designing education
Marine biologist: a person consumes a credit card’s worth of microplastics per year
Networking Dinner Reception x Genome of Europe project
Baltic Sea pollution puts fish cancer defenses to the test
Swiss Bronze Age arrowhead possibly forged from Estonian Kaali meteorite
What makes individuals fall through the safety nets during disasters?
Scientists build a platform to make perfect indoor air conditions
University of Tartu spearheads excellence in digital bioengineering and personalised medicine
Taltech researchers strike a home run in hardware security
Study: virtual citizenship falls into a grey area businessmen can exploit
How can we revive disappearing wetlands?
Educators ask too few open-ended, complex questions
Europe’s innovation gap cannot be closed overnight yet needs urgent action
International study shows polygenic risk score results of genetics-based breast cancer precision prevention
The number of child cancer patients is on the rise
How an Estonian university and an Austrian foundation are improving the world together
The environmental chemists at the University of Tartu take the micropollutants out of wastewater
How Estonian researchers combat climate change through plant-based proteins
Estonian researchers fight Lyme disease with local herbs