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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.
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Forest, science and Estonia: a foreigner’s view from the inside
Steffen Noe is a Senior Researcher at Eesti Maaülikool/Estonian University of Life Sciences who is studying how the #forest🌲 affects the #atmosphere🌦 and vice versa. Read the interview to find out about his research, thoughts on forest management, why he moved from Germany🇩🇪 to Estonia🇪🇪 15 years ago and what advice he has for adapting to the Estonian society👉https://bit.ly/2OwL64O

Chromosomal aberrations created during in vitro fertilization do not endanger the future baby
The first stages of embryonic development happen very fast and can create errors in chromosomes🧬. These errors are much more common in #IVF🧫 embryos, which has raised major health concerns.🤔 A study published in Nature Medicine by Estonian, Belgian, Dutch and Finnish scientists shows that these errors are eliminated in later stages of pregnancy🤰 and IVF does not pose a health risk for these children.👶 Read more in the article https://bit.ly/33i4tCU or watch the video⬇ #novaator University of Tartu TÜ genoomika instituut University of Helsinki Maastricht University KU Leuven GROW-School for Oncology and Developmental Biology TÜ molekulaar- ja rakubioloogia instituut @maastrichtumc

NYMO shows the future of maritime industry
In the #future, when you find yourself stranded on a deserted island🏝, an #AutonomousShip⛵will come to the rescue! TalTech - Tallinn University of Technology engineers are developing a #ship called NYMO that will identify its surroundings and plan its own sailing route🗺. What else could it be used for? Find out in the video⬇ or read the full interview with the developers👉https://bit.ly/34G4BNo TalTech Elektroenergeetika ja mehhatroonika instituut TalTech Väikelaevaehituse kompetentsikeskus Sihtasutus Archimedes Eesti Teadusagentuur

Expedition on the border of two worlds
In September EURAXESS - Research in Estonia hosted a traditional networking event for international researchers working in Estonia. This year's destination was #Setomaa, on the southern border of Estonia. The participants were immersed in local culture💃, did voluntary work at a museum🔨 and got acquainted with other foreign scientists🤝. Read the full story: https://bit.ly/2qwO67N

Geologists: anoxia caused biodiversity loss in ancient seas
We are facing major #biodiversity loss🐢🐅🦜 and knowledge of past #extinction events🦖 enables us to assess its potential course and consequences. Geologists from TalTech - Tallinn University of Technology in collaboration with scientists from University of Florida, University of South Carolina and Lund University analysed the causes of Silurian biodiversity crisis. Find out about their results in the video⬇ or read the full story👉http://researchinestonia.eu/2019/10/17/geologists-anoxia-caused-biodiversity-loss-in-ancient-seas/

What should I eat to make my gut bacteria happy?
Did you know that starch is the only fibre human digestive enzymes can degrade❓ Other fibres are digested into health-promoting fatty acids by our friendly gut bacteria.🦠🦠🦠The joint effort of researchers from University of Tartu and TalTech - Tallinn University of Technology showed how the gut bacterium decomposes the fibre levan👉https://bit.ly/2lVFEwL #microbiome #novaator #researchinestonia TÜ molekulaar- ja rakubioloogia instituut TalTech Keemia ja biotehnoloogia instituut

Batteries: could sodium save us from the scarcity of lithium?
🔋Could sodium save us from the scarcity of lithium? Chemists at the University of Tartu are researching next generation energy storage and conversion technologies to reduce the carbon footprint of power generation.🌍 Read the full story 👉https://bit.ly/2m4oaho or watch the video below.

Fear of trying unfamiliar foods could be bad for your health
University of Tartu and University of Helsinki researhers showed that people with food neophobia eat a one-sided diet.🍕🍕🍕 The nutritional deficiencies can lead to lifestyle diseases even if you have a healthy weight.🏋‍♀ Read more: https://bit.ly/2OwF3ze TÜ genoomika instituut #nutrition #novaator #researchinestonia

Unearthed skeletons shed light on past secrets
❓ What can be said about the life of people from the middle ages by just looking at their bones? Archaeologists from University of Tartu made extraordinary discoveries in their recent excavations in Rakvere.😊 #history #archaeology #researchinestonia Check out the video 👇 and read the full interview: https://bit.ly/2MoNgmr [EDIT]: Estonia’s oldest human remains discovered are from 6,500 BC or 8,500 years old.

The nature-inspired materials can be used in applications ranging from tunneling to space
New materials designed by TalTech - Tallinn University of Technology scientists can be used in excavating machines and NASA space equipment 🚀 Their inspiration came from nature ☘ Find out more in the video ⬇ and read the full article: https://bit.ly/2ZADil7 #engineering #researchinestonia

Overweight men are lowering birth rates
Motivation for men to add a little salad to every meal 🥗 and start using that gym membership🏋 Doctoral thesis from University of Tartu confirmed the link between obesity and a decline in fertility parameters in men. Read more: https://bit.ly/31pRXBs #fertility #obesity #researchinestonia

How gene scientists are finding links between past and future
👨‍🔬👩‍🔬 Scientists TÜ genoomika instituut are doing groundbreaking research to reveal the secrets of #humanevolution and revolutionise medicine by using a person's genes 🧬 for giving tailored advice about disease prevention and effective treatment options. 💊💉 Find out more in the interview: https://bit.ly/31oKjqW University of Tartu #researchinestonia

Chronic stress leaves young birds stunted
🐦Chronic stress is not a problem unique to humans. Young birds exposed to long-term stress have a smaller size compared to their stress free siblings. 😔 Read the full story: https://bit.ly/2EVQZ6j University of Tartu #zoology #stress #novaator #researchinestonia

The newly appointed professor of nanomedicine at the University of Tartu compares his experience of being a researcher in Estonia and in the US. What makes nano drugs smart?
The newly appointed professor of nanomedicine (😎 how cool job title is that!?) University of Tartu compares his experience of being a researcher in Estonia and in the US. What makes nano drugs smart? 🤔 To find out watch the video below ⬇ and read the full interview: https://bit.ly/2Z4UYFw #nanomedicine #cancertreatment #researchinestonia

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

Estonian scientists study fish to learn how to adapt to the impacts of climate change
Understanding how a fish’s advanced sensing system help them react to rapid changes in the flow environment will help scientists develop new designs for nature-based solutions to improve climate change resilience. New discoveris made by TalTech - Tallinn University of Technology researchers. Read more: https://bit.ly/2TVJQvM

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/

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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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