TalTech building scientists in cooperation with their colleagues from Canada studied the factors influencing the indoor temperature and humidity of dwellings.
Covid-19 is a democratic time bomb. Is electronic voting the answer?This article was originally published on Apolitical.
A recent study carried out by an international group of building scientists showed that Estonia is among the countries with the most energy efficient buildings in Europe.
Worldwide, the incidence rates of skin cancer, like other types of cancer, is increasing. People in Europe and the Nordic countries are, compared to other areas of the world, at a higher risk of developing skin cancer due to their predominantly light and sun-sensitive skin type.
The new method developed by TalTech oceanographers improves significantly accuracy of marine forecast models
Exploration of the sea surface is primarily aimed at precise mapping of the water quality parameters as well as analysis of climate and ecosystem changes.
The materials researchers improved the efficiency of next-generation photovoltaics by the Ag alloying
As a result of their two-year joint project, the materials researchers of Tallinn University of Technology have improved the efficiency of next generation solar cells by...
Utilization of fossil fuels, which represents an increasing environmental risk, can be made more environmentally friendly by adding wood – as concluded based on the preliminary results of the year-long study carried out by thermal engineers of Tallinn University of Technology.
Paleoecologists say that conservation of biodiversity is like an insurance policy for the future of mankind
Fens and bogs are valuable research environments for paleoecologists due to ancient fossils that have survived in the peatland for thousands of years.
The digital twins solution developed in the doctoral thesis at TalTech is a new level in robot control
Recently Vladimir Kuts defended his doctoral thesis, "Novel Digital Twin Development Methodology for the Robot Cell Connectivity in a Smart Industry Environment," at the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering of Tallinn University of Technology.
An article entitled "Human Peripheral Blood Eosinophils Express High Levels of the Purinergic Receptor P2X4" written by an international immunology research group was...
Since 2016 the researchers of the Department of Geology at Tallinn University of Technology have been engaged in a research project analysing the causes of Silurian biodiversity crisis.
Lecture for PhD students on September 20th: Joint Estonian-Finish Beamline FinEstBeAMS and Challenging Research Opportunities for Estonian Scientists at MAX-IV Lab
Researchers from University of Tartu together with experts from other countries have significantly contributed to the development of research infrastructures outside of...