Faculty of Science and Technology

The Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Tartu in Estonia is a distinguished capacity centre for natural sciences, IT and technology, the heart and soul that integrates theory, common practice, forward-looking applications and technologies.




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In the coming academic year, singer, pianist and composer Kadri Voorand will become the new Professor of Liberal Arts at the University of Tartu, with a lecture course focusing on life-changing creation. She will be succeeded by Peeter Jalakas, former professor and director, who will participate in a public discussion titled “Feeling and meaning” in the attic hall of Tartu Cathedral on the evening of 23 May.
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University of Tartu Museum opens ‘Lifesaver’ installation on Toomemägi.
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The Young Scientist Award was given to Associate Professor in Genetics Hedvig Tamman and the Young IT Scientist Award to Head of Applied Natural Language Processing Liisa Rätsep.
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Andres Metspalu, Professor of Genomics and Biobanking and Professor of Biotechnology was elected a member of the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology section of Academia Europaea.