Business delegation accompanying the Swedish royal couple were shown Tartu Universities’ influential research and technology facilities
Study shows how nurses were used in Soviet propaganda
Bioinformatics offers an opportunity to defeat cancer and brain diseases
University of Tartu participates in establishing Hydrogen Valley Estonia to boost hydrogen economy
This rainbow glass kills pollutants in the air
Expert knowledge from TalTech transfers to Asia
Having special kids in ordinary schools sounds fantastic, in theory
Beethoven’s genome offers clues to composer´s health and family history
Europe needs metals. Bacteria can get it from waste.
How to map hidden meltwater paths in glaciers and why is it important?
Scientists created an intervention to fight drugs
Estonian researchers discovered expected hit “new Nutella” while developing a drink from sunflower seeds
Journey into astrophysics
Consortium led by the University of Tartu received €30 million to upgrade the Estonian Centre for Biosustainability to a hub of digital biology
A psychologist is helping children with a video game
Study: where do Estonian companies invest?
More factors affect women’s fertility than is believed
Europe is getting noisy – and it’s damaging our bodies
One in every fifth child can’t rely on support when bullied at school
Networking reception for our partners in Europe
Robots have poor vision, so scientists built them better eyes
University of Tartu-led consortium embarks on European Galactic Astronomy project
Estonia’s nano technology company UP Catalyst is creating a ’green’ battery and heading for Mars
A new measuring device would ensure more humane street lighting