Thermal engineers consider increasing the amount of wood in fossil fuels to be a possible solution

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.

Thermal engineers consider increasing the amount of wood in fossil fuels to be a possible solution

The TalTech Development Fund awarded more than 112,000 euros in scholarships

On Wednesday, 27 November, the Development Fund of Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) awarded 62 scholarships worth more than €112,000.

The TalTech Development Fund awarded more than 112,000 euros in scholarships

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TalTech introduced a mobile robot to improve production logistics

Production logistics will soon become even more efficient thanks to mobile robots. The first of these prototypes was completed in cooperation with Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) and Kulinaaria OÜ and will soon be helping the new Kulinaaria production plant.

TalTech introduced a mobile robot to improve production logistics

Students come to the rescue - ideas for boosting Estonian tourism

Students of TalTech international joint master's programme in Public Sector Innovation and E-Governance (PIONEER) were looking for solutions with term papers to boost...

Students come to the rescue - ideas for boosting Estonian tourism

Nurkse crisis timeline

This page summarises the timeline of the developments at the Ragnar Nurkse Department. The timeline is being updated continuously.

Nurkse crisis timeline

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