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The 3D printer at Tartu University Institute of Pharmacy lab prints out nine anti-asthmatic pills. Photo credit: Laura Viidik
3D-printed pills can change healthcare
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Researchers tackle inequalities related to cervical cancer screening
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Maimets: Unvaccinated Children are a Cauldron for New Corona Strains
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University of Tartu launches a large study on mental health genetics
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Study finds American mink to be main limiting factor of European mink
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Spray created in Estonia can help prevent corona infection
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A person who has received the first vaccine dose may still infect others
Professor Samuel Pagliarini. Photo credit: TalTech
Innovative Secure Integrated Circuit Technology Makes Any Sort of Reverse Engineering and Espionage Virtually Impossible
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Estonian universities and science parks join forces to support knowledge-intensive entrepreneurship
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Tallinn University of Technology and Skeleton Technologies Enter Cooperation Agreement to Turn Estonia into a Hub in Energy Storage and Development
Solaride is designing a solar-powered vehicle. CREDIT: Solaride.
Estonian Team Readies Solar Vehicle for High Stakes International Race
After successfully developing the first Estonian self-driving vehicle IseAuto, Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) researchers are ready for new challenges and research self-driving vehicle Digital Twin development. Photo credit: TalTech
TalTech researchers developing a Digital Twin for Propulsion Drive of Autonomous Electric Vehicle
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Estonian 100-year-olds pave the way for better health of all of us
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The gut microbiome can predict changes in glucose regulation
Conscripts lining up on their first day at the service. Photo credit: Estonian Defence Forces
Staying indoors is more harmful than thought, study shows
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New dataset opens Estonian soil information for versatile use
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Civitta Tapped to Lead €3M European Robotics Project
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In the future, chaperones may help fight Alzheimer’s disease
Protobios laboratory in action. Photo credit: Tõnu Tuulas
TalTech scientists’ successful collaboration towards novel immune diagnostics of multiple sclerosis
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Visual figure discrimination is more closely related to linguistic thinking than generally believed
Researcher Dr. Asya Drenkova-Tuhtan monitoring the synthesis of novel nanostructured engineered adsorbents to be tested for possible toxicity effects on the aquatic environment within the EU-funded H2020 project „NanoPhosTox“ (grant ID: 867457). Photo credit: Toolbox Estonia, Renee Altrov
Why mine the phosphorus if there is plenty of it in the wastewater?
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Links between pollution and cancer in wild animals: what can we learn?
A generator machine shapes random noise while a discriminator machine tests the generated data against a database of available real data. Once the process is complete, the algorithm will generate artificial data that looks like the real one, but is actually completely new. Credit: Yelmen et al. 2021
Machine learning generates realistic genomes for imaginary humans
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Study by University of Tartu researchers sheds light on SARS-CoV-2 antibody persistence

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