The Teaming centres of excellence in digitalised bioengineering and personalised medicine at the University of Tartu are expected to become lighthouses in the region, attracting the best scientists and bringing change to the innovation landscape nationally and internationally.
On the evening of 29 September, you and your friends and family are invited to Delta Study and Research Building (Narva mnt 18) for the Researchers' Night. There's something for all ages to do, listen and observe.
Esmaspäeval, 11. septembril algusega kl 13.00 toimub Tartu Ülikooli aulas digitaalse bioinseneeria keskuse ning personaalmeditsiini teadus- ja arenduskeskuse avaüritus.
Estonia's research and economy would have much to gain from closer cooperation with the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). However, this requires more thoughtful funding in the field of science in Estonia, which would ensure both the stability of research and a steady supply line of young researchers.
On 28 August at 14:15 Houman Masnavi will defend his doctoral thesis ”Visibility Aware Navigation”
On 25 August at 12:15 Laura Sandra Lello will defend her doctoral thesis ”Unraveling the intricate nature of the alphavirus RNA replicase” for obtaining the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (in Biomedical Technology)
The task force of CERN meets with the University of Tartu’s Rector Toomas Asser, and pays a visit to the university’s Institute of Physics, the Institute of Technology and the Delta centre today.
On 15 June at 15:15 Kai Rausalu will defend her doctoral thesis “Alphaviral nsP2 protease: From requirements for functionality to inhibition”
On 28 April at 13:15 Kristina Kiisholts will defend her doctoral thesis “Peptide-based drug carriers and preclinical nanomedicine applications for endometriosis treatment”
On 14 March at 13:00, all university members and language lovers are welcome to celebrate Estonia’s Mother Tongue Day in the university assembly hall.