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“The change can begin at school by cultivating a culture of appreciation and acceptance of difference, which is in the power of teachers,” said Triin Ulla, Tallinn University researcher. Photo credit: Mikhail Nilov/Pexels
Having special kids in ordinary schools sounds fantastic, in theory
The Moscheles Lock, authenticated by the study, with inscription by former owner Ignaz Moscheles. 
Image credit: Ira F. Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies, San Jose State University. (Under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license).
Beethoven’s genome offers clues to composer´s health and family history
Used electronic devices hide many valuable metals Europe desperately needs. Photo credit: Pixabay
Europe needs metals. Bacteria can get it from waste.
The glacial meltwater channels run both under and on top of the ice masses. The meltwater can create picturesque views of canyon formations with many bends. Photo credit: Dr Andreas Alexander
How to map hidden meltwater paths in glaciers and why is it important?
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Scientists created an intervention to fight drugs
Chocolate cream from sunflower seeds. Photo credit: Kristel Vene
Estonian researchers discovered expected hit “new Nutella” while developing a drink from sunflower seeds
Telescope in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Photo credit: private collection
Journey into astrophysics
Photo: University of Tartu
Consortium led by the University of Tartu received €30 million to upgrade the Estonian Centre for Biosustainability to a hub of digital biology 
An Estonian psychologist Kadri Haljas created Triumf Land to give children the tools to care for their mental health. Photo: Sven Tupits, Fotogeen
A psychologist is helping children with a video game
Since the fall of the Soviet Union, Estonian companies have actively grown their businesses. They are now investing abroad more than companies in Central and Eastern Europe. Photo credit: Pixabay
Study: where do Estonian companies invest?
Photo is illustrative. Photo credit: Unsplash / Becca Tapert
More factors affect women’s fertility than is believed
Car and train traffic are European researchers are mapping noise in bigger cities to fight it. Photo credit: Pixabay
Europe is getting noisy – and it’s damaging our bodies
Giving a helping hand or sharing a kind word may be small acts, but they can change lives. Photo credit: Pixabay
One in every fifth child can’t rely on support when bullied at school
Networking reception for our partners in Europe
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Robots have poor vision, so scientists built them better eyes
University of Tartu's observatory. Photo credit: Renee Altrov
University of Tartu-led consortium embarks on European Galactic Astronomy project
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Estonia’s nano technology company UP Catalyst is creating a ’green’ battery and heading for Mars
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A new measuring device would ensure more humane street lighting
Skeleton, one of the European deep tech frontrunners, got started with these Estonian scientists trying to improve energy storage. Photo credit: Skeleton
How was the best supercapacitor invented?
Leonore Riitsalu, a research fellow at Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies, University of Tartu. Photo credit: Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies
Financial well-being can be achieved anywhere
TalTech campus in Tallinn. Photo credit: TalTech
New frontiers for electrical machine diagnostics is researched in TalTech
When a former lawyer and an industrial engineer start working together, healthy science-based chocolate is created. Photo credit: Rene Riisalu
When scientists turn chocolate into medicine
Photo credit: Jevegeni Salikhov
New EU-backed project aims to expand Estonian linguistics research capabilities
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The pandemic made students extra creative, study shows

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