Beethoven’s genome offers clues to composer’s health and family history
Teadlased järjestasid Beethoveni juuste abil tema genoomi, mille tulemusel saadi hulganisti uut teavet nii Beethoveni terviseprobleemide kui ka sugulaste kohta.
Scientists and students to develop the first Estonian lunar rover
Tartu, Estonia, March 14, 2023 – Researchers and students of the Tartu Observatory at the University of Tartu started the development of Estonia's first lunar rover.
The University of Tartu machine translation engine now supports 17 new Finno-Ugric languages
Researchers at the University of Tartu Institute of Computer Science have added Livonian, Komi, Veps and 14 other low-resource Finno-Ugric languages to Neurotõlge.
Doctoral defence: Ahto Agan “Interactions between invasive pathogens and resident mycobiome in the foliage of trees”
RECORDING: Inclusive language policy and Estonian language learning are discussed and the university’s language award is presented on Mother Tongue Day
On 14 March at 13:00, all university members and language lovers are welcome to celebrate Estonia’s Mother Tongue Day in the university assembly hall.
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Research news: ethnic roots of Estonian peoples, problematic use of social networking sites, reducing the fear of pain, and a novel solution for wound treatment
The “Research news” section gives regular hints about interesting studies in various fields of research.
Doctoral defence: Kristiina Nõomaa “Role of invasive species in brackish benthic community structure and biomass changes”
On 16 February at 10:15 Kristiina Nõomaa will defend her doctoral thesis“Role of invasive species in brackish benthic community structure and biomass changes”.
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