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University of Tartu continues rise in world university rankings

12.10.2022
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Piia Post: Estonia needs climate adaptation plan and 'climate services'

03.11.2022
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Estonian-language university turns 103

21.10.2022
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Research news: effective child protection, imagining a post-pandemic future, training obese boys, and harmful microplastics

31.10.2022
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University invites everyone to support the studies of Ukrainian students

13.09.2022
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Information regarding the war against Ukraine

25.02.2022
At the ceremony marking the 103rd anniversary of Estonia's national university, Piret Ehin, gave the anniversary lecture entitled "The state of democracy in Europe and beyond".
02.12.2022
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The opening speech by Professor Toomas Asser, Rector of the University of Tartu.
01.12.2022
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On 1 December, the University of Tartu celebrates the 103rd anniversary of establishing the Estonian-language university.
01.12.2022
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The expatriate Estonian visiting professorship will be held by Annela Anger-Kraavi and Mart Kuldkepp.
01.12.2022
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A new study published found that genetic factors for a range of autoimmune and allergic disorders were important for human adaptation.
01.12.2022
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The council of the University of Tartu Institute of Computer Science elected Heisi Kurig as the head of the institute at the meeting on 30 November.
30.11.2022
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Members of the University of Tartu’s Iranian community invite everyone to a peaceful rally for Iran, to support women, life and freedom.
29.11.2022
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On Thursday, 1 December, the University of Tartu celebrates the 103rd anniversary of Estonia’s national university.
29.11.2022
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The equity working group of the ENLIGHT network invites to a thematic online seminar “A Just City” on 8 December from 14 to 16. 
29.11.2022
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One of the main missions of the ENLIGHT network is to promote the societal impact of research at ENLIGHT universities, including to support management, teaching, research and innovation activities.
29.11.2022
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Twenty-eight doctoral students took part in this year’s competition with 29 presentations, including nine in Estonian and 20 in English.
29.11.2022
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The European Research Council (ERC) supports Christiana Lyn Scheib's research with a Starting Grant of nearly €1.5 million.
24.11.2022
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Research in Estonia's summary about a study by Leonore Riitsalu and W. Fred van Raaij, elaborating on what really matters when it comes to financial well-being
24.11.2022
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The results of the November wave of the University of Tartu-led coronavirus prevalence study show that the virus spread remains consistently high for the fourth month.
22.11.2022
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Estonia’s scientists have come up with an environmentally friendly solution for batteries and started looking for investments to build a factory.
21.11.2022
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On Friday, 25 November at 16, this year’s University of Tartu honorary decorations will be presented at the university’s assembly hall.
21.11.2022
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The CE7 coalition of seven universities hopes a new partnership with the League European Research Universities will give them more influence in shaping EU policy to better suit their needs.
21.11.2022
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From the University of Tartu, 17 staff members and six students participated in the annual ENLIGHT Teaching and Learning Conference held in Göttingen on 17 November.
21.11.2022
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The analytics company Clarivate revealed its 2022 list of Highly Cited Researchers, which includes two natural scientists from the University of Tartu.
18.11.2022
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Viljandi Culture Academy has joined NGO Slava Ukraini’s charity campaign to collect woollen items for Ukrainians. Knitted items are collected until 30 November 2022.
18.11.2022
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Juri Lotman 100 - February 2022