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On 28 November, the Minister-President of Flanders Jan Jambon, Vice Rector for Research of the University of Tartu Kristjan Vassil, and representatives of Ghent University met in Tallinn.
07.12.2022
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The University of Tartu Centre for Sustainable Development seeks solutions for key societal issues arising from the ever-increasing conflict between the planetary boundaries and the human impact.
07.12.2022
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The University of Tartu has a long history of astronomy research. Its Old Observatory, or Tähetorn, is considered a landmark in Estonia’s second largest city and academic hub. The modern observatory s
06.12.2022
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In 2022, Swiss universities got the opportunity to join European university alliances. On 1 December, the University of Bern joined ENLIGHT, increasing the number of members to ten.  
05.12.2022
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All women in bachelor's and master's studies at the University of Tartu Institute of Computer Science now have the opportunity to apply for a €1,000 scholarship.
05.12.2022
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Professor Emeritus Tiit-Rein Viitso – long-time researcher of Finnic language history and phonology – passed away on December 2nd.
05.12.2022
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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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