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University of Tartu researcher to study inequality in prehistoric Europe

To find out about politics and inequality in prehistoric Europe, the European Research Council awarded researchers of three countries with a grant of nearly €2 million; among the scientists to participate in the research is Christiana Scheib of the University of Tartu. The five-year research is led by John Robb, …

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Estonian business school head: a single cloud-based virtual learning platform is a must

For the further development of the education system and for it to be able to change and adapt as needed, it would make sense to transfer the teaching work of all Estonian schools to one of the world’s leading virtual learning platforms, Mart Habakuk, the chancellor of the Estonian Business …

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Estonians are building the school of tomorrow

Tallinn University scientists are exploring new ways of learning in the digital age; passive listening doesn’t bring the best results, they say. This article is published in collaboration with Research in Estonia. Written By Marian Männi. Spending a day in a conference room with many coffee breaks and endless presentations. Sounds …

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An initiative helps students get a computer for studying during the crisis

A citizens’ initiative in Estonia is helping students in need get a computer for remote studying during the ongoing coronavirus crisis. The voluntary project, “A computer for every student”, connects families who need a computer for remote learning, and those who have unutilised devices at home or in the office. …

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How to operate building services to prevent the spread of the coronavirus

The Federation of European Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Associations, REHVA, has published a guidance on the operation and the use of building services in areas with a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak. This article is published in collaboration with Research in Estonia. Representing a network of more than 120,000 engineers from …

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WEBINAR: Estonian education experts share practical tips for remote learning

As many schools around the world have temporarily closed their doors, Estonian education startups and Education Nation, the country’s programme to share its education-related knowledge and expertise with the rest of the world, organised a webinar on remote learning. “Estonia, the European leading education nation according to recent PISA results, …

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Estonia offers its digital education solutions for free to support other countries

Estonia announced it is willing to share all its digital education tools to support other countries’ education systems during the coronavirus crisis.  The initiative is supported by Startup Estonia and co-organised with the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research, the Estonian Union of Educational Technologists, the Good Deed Education Fund, …

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Estonian scientists help fight climate change

A laboratory in Tartu, Estonia, brings new hope for a greener future by transforming harmful gases into eco-friendly fuels, materials and chemicals. This article is published in collaboration with Research in Estonia. By Marian Männi. There is too much carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere and too much waste piling up …

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