Lecture for PhD students on September 20th: Joint Estonian-Finish Beamline FinEstBeAMS and Challenging Research Opportunities for Estonian Scientists at MAX-IV Lab

Researchers from University of Tartu together with experts from other countries have significantly contributed to the development of research infrastructures outside of Estonia, funded within the framework of Estonian Research Infrastructures Roadmap.

Lecture for PhD students on September 20th: Joint Estonian-Finish Beamline FinEstBeAMS and Challenging Research Opportunities for Estonian Scientists at MAX-IV Lab

TalTech geologists found links between deep sea methane emissions and ice ages

Since 2012, researchers at the Division of Bedrock Geology in the Department of Geology of Tallinn University of Technology Aivo Lepland and Tõnu Martma have been...

TalTech geologists found links between deep sea methane emissions and ice ages

TalTech signs cooperation agreement with NIDA, Thailand’s leading social science graduate school

TalTech University and NIDA, the National University of Development Administration, Bangkok, Thailand, have established a wide-reaching, future-focused cooperation...

TalTech signs cooperation agreement with NIDA, Thailand’s leading social science graduate school

East Tallinn Central Hospital, in cooperation with TalTech, will start using virtual reality in rehabilitation

On June 20 at 12 p.m., East Tallinn Central Hospital (ETCH) and Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) presented the use of virtual reality in treating patients in...

East Tallinn Central Hospital, in cooperation with TalTech, will start using virtual reality in rehabilitation

The nature-inspired materials developed by TalTech researchers can be used in applications ranging from tunneling to space

Optimal materials for cutting tools of tunnel boring machines (TBM) were developed in the recently finished three-year long project “Innovative polycrystalline diamond (PDC) drag bit for soft ground tunnel boring machines” by TalTech materials scientists from the tribology and recycling group.

The nature-inspired materials developed by TalTech researchers can be used in applications ranging from tunneling to space

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