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On 27–29 January, the University of Tartu hosts the conference “Love and Emotions in Old Norse Literature”, which brings together leading experts from different parts of the world.
25.01.2022
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The results of the prevalence study led by the University of Tartu show that the number of people with coronavirus infection has surged compared to December. Most of the infected persons have no symptoms, however, and carry the virus unknowingly. The percentage of adults with antibodies is increasing slowly, having risen only by 1 per cent over the last month.
25.01.2022
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PhD students and postdoctoral researchers  from more than eleven European countries have a unique  chance to get together, learn, network, explore interesting  career possibilities and funding options. Alliance4Life is    organizing   Early Stage Researcher´s Retreat that will connect twelve leading Central and Eastern European life science universities and research institutes from eleven countries in an online interactive event that will take place on 20 and 21 January 2022. 

19.01.2022
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The research news section gives regular hints about interesting studies in various fields of research.

Social sciences

Women tend to overeat after negative emotions, men after positive ones

19.01.2022
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EU laws are too narrow to embrace the changes in office work, University of Tartu law professor Merle Erikson concluded.

A playful toddler and a baby walked into their dad’s home office in the middle of his live BBC News interview, becoming a sensation five years ago (kids interrupting work!) and by now has been viewed almost 50 million times.

18.01.2022
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The crisis sociology research group of the University of Tartu Institute of Social Studies and European researchers studied how the care organisations of nine European countries coped during the coronavirus crisis, showing their resilience in providing support to people who had fallen into economic difficulties during the crisis or were already in a vulnerable situation.
13.01.2022
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On 4 January, the new model of the student satellite ESTCube-2 was presented at Tartu Observatory of the University of Tartu. The main goal of ESTCube-2 is to test plasma brake technology. On 14 June, in Czechia, the satellite will be handed over to the international team preparing a space mission, and it will be launched in the second half of the year.
12.01.2022
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This year’s first stage of the study on the prevalence of coronavirus in Estonia led by the University of Tartu starts today. The study stage is conducted until 24 January and assesses the prevalence of the coronavirus and its antibodies in the adult population. Among other things, it will give a more precise overview of the prevalence of the Omicron strain.
11.01.2022
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International awareness of influential research by scientists from the University of Tartu has increased significantly over the last 100 years, as reflected in the number of studies whose results have been published in the pre-eminent magazines Nature and Science.
10.01.2022
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This week’s results of the waste water analysis led by the University of Tartu show that the amount of coronavirus in waste water in Estonia remains quite stable. Domestic spread of the Omicron variant has not yet led to an explosive increase in infection.
31.12.2021
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 University of Tartu and H2Electro OÜ, a subsidiary of Thule Capital AS, signed a research and development contract under which researchers of the University of Tartu Institute of Chemistry led by Professor Enn Lust will build an electrolyser based on novel technology.

22.12.2021
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The board of the Estonian Academy of Sciences has elected three new academy research professors for 2022–2024 from the 16 researchers who participated in the competition.

The elected research professors are Tiit Tammaru, Professor of Urban and Population Geography, Academician, and Tanel Tenson, Professor of Technology of Antimicrobial Compounds, both of the University of Tartu, and Tenured Full Professor Tõnis Kanger of Tallinn University of Technology.

15.12.2021
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