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The extremely fast 5G network is vital to the automated industry as well as the Internet of Things, such as self-driving cars. For devices to be able to cope with increased data flows, the fleet connected to the Internet of Things must also be updated accordingly. For about ten years, graphene has been the key technology for taking electronic devices into the new era.
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University of Tartu
Now there is a faster way for checking the freshness of meat and fish besides bad smell, change in colour or time-consuming microbiological tests.
Now there is a faster way for checking the freshness of meat 🍗 and fish 🐟 besides bad smell, change in colour or time-consuming microbiological tests. Read more: http://researchinestonia.eu/2019/04/30/simple-and-cheap-method-for-determining-the-freshness-of-food-developed-in-tartu/ Eesti Maaülikool/Estonian University of Life Sciences #freshfood #researchinestonia
Reasearchers Tallinn University of Technology explain how free open government data can open up new opportunities for businesses.
Reasearchers TalTech - Tallinn University of Technology explain how free open government data can open up new opportunities for businesses. Read more here: https://bit.ly/2Iyf3jk TalTech - Tallinn University of Technology
Genetic data of people from three continents
18 research organisations are starting a joint project that will, for the first time ever, share among scientists over a million pieces of genetic data from Africa, Canada and Europe. The computer scientists at the University of Tartu connected to this project are creating the necessary tools for analysing large-scale genetic data. Read more: http://researchinestonia.eu/2019/02/18/scientists-are-helping-to-put-together-the-genetic-data-of-people-from-three-continents/
Short-term course on Estonian culture
Eesti Rahva Muuseum / Estonian National Museum and @International House Tartu / Tartu Rahvusvaheline Maja invite you to a short Estonian culture course that lasts 1.5 months, is free of charge, and gives you the opportunity to discover Tartu and Estonia! More information: www.erm.ee/en/news/short-term-course-estonian-culture-19
Are you a newcomer in Estonia?
International House of Estonia is a building in the heart of Tallinn to provide a wide range of information: consultation and public authority services for international newcomers in Estonia and local employers. More information: https://workinestonia.com/internationalhouse/
Thesis details fostering of patriotism in Estonian diaspora during Cold War
In a doctoral thesis successfully defended at Tallinn University (TLÜ), Dr Maarja Merivoo-Parro examined what Estonian life was like in the Cold War-era United States and how this manifested in humor, music, education, recreation and academic mobility. Read more: http://researchinestonia.eu/2019/01/25/thesis-details-fostering-of-patriotism-in-estonian-diaspora-during-cold-war/
Study confirms links between adverse drug effects and genetics
Research by the #geneticists and computer scientists in the University of Tartu added confidence to claims of relationships between adverse #drug effects and individual #genetic markers. Read more: http://researchinestonia.eu/2018/12/17/study-confirms-links-between-adverse-drug-effects-and-genetics/
TalTech University is studying the possibilities for reducing microplastic pollution in the Baltic Sea
#Estonia together with eleven other European countries will study where and how #microplastics are getting into the sea, how common it is and in which way it is affecting the marine environment. Read more: http://researchinestonia.eu/2018/12/13/tallinn-university-of-technology-is-studying-the-possibilities-for-reducing-microplastic-pollution-in-the-baltic-sea/
Wonder material graphene connects to a 5G network, coffee machines and self-driving cars
The extremely fast 5G network is vital to the automated industry as well as the Internet of Things, such as self-driving cars. For devices to be able to cope with increased data flows, the fleet connected to the Internet of Things must also be updated accordingly. For about ten years, graphene has been the key technology for taking electronic devices into the new era. Read more: http://bit.ly/2zXt2Jp University of Tartu
Cyber Hygiene Behaviour Needs Development and Better Advising
Humans being unaware of cyber related risks – such as, for example, clicking on a link on which they shouldn’t be clicking and thus potentially installing malware on their own/company computer – is still one of the main attack vectors that criminals use in cyber related attacks. A research group from TalTech - Tallinn University of Technology Centre for Digital Forensics and Cyber Security with CybExer Technologies is investigating methods that could help to improve the situation. Read more: http://researchinestonia.eu/2018/11/29/cyber-hygiene-behaviour-needs-development-and-better-advising/
Estonia - bringing sustainable future one step closer
Estonian scientists are true innovators. Through thorough research and experimentation with new methods and technologies, sustainable future is one step closer.
Did you know that pine forests can create rain?
Want to know more about how forests can create rain themselves, go and check the webpage post: http://researchinestonia.eu/2018/05/14/environmental-physicists-discovered-the-mechanism-forests-use-to-create-rain-for-themselves/
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