Industry sabbatical is the temporary employment of an academic staff member in a private or public sector institution during which the employee's academic position at the university is retained.
The EIT Manufacturing programme aims to attract and empower top talents to further empower them through mobility and other learning opportunities to become leading innovators and entrepreneurs in manufacturing.
Science-to-business program mentors are experts of their respective fields and advise the teams.
The city of Tartu and the University of Tartu signed a cooperation with CybExer Technologies to understand cyber threats better, enhance the cybersecurity of smart city solutions and raise awareness.
A study of Estonia’s knowledge-based business ecosystem has been completed, providing a detailed overview of the companies in the sector and the services they provide.
According to a study by the University of Tartu and Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia has good prospects for developing research-intensive entrepreneurship in healthcare.
Thanks to cutting-edge research at the Institute of Computer Science, BetterMedicine, a company that automates the analysis of cancer CT scans, has received a boost. BetterMedicine was recently awarded a €2.5 million grant from the European Innovation Council's Accelerator.
Toomas Asser, recently appointed for a second term at the helm of the University of Tartu, has big plans for changing how knowledge is translated from lab to market.
Mart Maasik visited Copenhagen as a member of Prime Minister Kaja Kallas' business delegation to develop investment relations and cooperation in the region.