Research in Estonia

University of Tartu professor to develop an AI for improving business processes

Marlon Dumas, a professor of information systems at the University of Tartu, has received a prestigious grant worth over €2 million to develop an artificial intelligence-based tool called “Pix” to enable companies to improve their business processes automatically. This article is published in collaboration with Research in Estonia. By Randel Kreitsberg, …

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Estonian and Finnish universities advance in Parkinson’s disease breakthrough

The Institute of Biotechnology of the University of Helsinki and the Tallinn University of Technology are collaborating in a research to find cure for Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson′s disease is a disorder in which nerve cells in certain areas of the brain start to degenerate – ie die – massively for …

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Estonian researchers make a breakthrough in the development of the human papillomavirus drugs

Researchers of the University of Tartu and Icosagen Cell Factory have introduced the new cellular monitoring system for evaluating the growth of the human papillomavirus (HPV) and the effect of drugs; the new drug screening system could considerably speed up the development of a new HPV drug.  Being the most …

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Estonian students and Volkswagen are collaborating on China project

The Estonian Business School (EBS) and Volkswagen Financial Services have signed an agreement that provides the students of EBS and its partner university, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, with an opportunity to draw up a project for the development of Volkswagen business activities in the Chinese market.  The project involves twelve …

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Indian tribeswoman Margaret Lyngdoh researches negative stereotypes in Tartu

Margaret Lyngdoh, originally from the Khasi tribe in India, now works as a junior research fellow in folkloristics at the University of Tartu – and studies the supernatural traditions and rituals of her community. This article is published in collaboration with Research in Estonia and Study in Estonia. The Khasis are one of …

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The developing IT-industry invites talents to stay in Tartu

Entrepreneurs and former master’s students, Carlos Paniagua from Guatemala and Chris Willmore from California, chose to settle in Tartu, the second largest town in Estonia. This article is published in collaboration with Research in Estonia and Study in Estonia. Both Paniagua and Willmore got their software engineering master’s degrees from the Institute of …

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Estonian professor Ülo Niinemets analyses the role of plants in climate change

The basement of the Estonian University of Life Sciences is full of secrets. Some mysterious rooms hide miniature botanical gardens full of plants from all over the world. Amid these plants, one of the youngest academicians in Estonia, professor Ülo Niinemets, and his international research group are looking for answers …

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Scientist Mart Min enjoys seeing results working in real life

Estonian scientist Mart Min, born in 1943, is a multifaceted man. He started his career in the electronics industry as an engineer but soon united engineering and science, which has brought him to participate in working out a solution for pacemakers and creating a euro coin identification machine. This article …

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