TTÜ best research article of the year is seeking solutions for combating nervous diseases17.04.18
March for Science 201812.04.18
Estonia's President and TalTech's delegation visited Imperial College London03.04.18
TTÜ junior researcher of the year investigates damage caused by Helicobacter pylori in human liver03.04.18
Is there a future in Estonia for multifunctional materials?28.03.18
TTÜ alumnus Rasmus Haugasmägi was elected as the best powerboat athlete in the world27.03.18
TTÜ scientists are seeking ways to reduce nitrogen pollution in the Baltic Sea21.03.18
President Kersti Kaljulaid along with academic, business and student leaders from Estonia visited the UK’s most innovative university to explore ‘Industry 4.0’ and next gen tech at the end of March.
Vlad Alex Vernygora, an International Relations lecturer at the TTÜ Department of Law, has been issued an Exequatur from the Estonian MFA in confirmation of his...
Estonian Prime Minister, Jüri Ratas, emphasised in his lecture at TTÜ the importance of our alumni in the development of Estonia
The Prime Minister of the Republic of Estonia, Jüri Ratas, visited his alma mater on March 6 and gave a lecture on public and administrative reform, focusing on current and future steps, and listing more rational, democratic and sustainable governance as the goals of the reform.
The best textbook in Estonian for institutions of higher education in 2017 was "Statistika" ("Statistics") written by Associate Professor at TTÜ Department of...
Scientists from TTÜ Department of Law investigate the impact of the EU citizens' rights on the political environment in the digital era
TTÜ Department of Law won the competition for provision of research services to the European Commission in the field of the rights of EU citizens.
From this year on, Prototron provides you two time frames in order to apply for the funding for prototyping. Tallinn University of Technology (TTÜ) has raised the...
The Scientific Committee of the University Council named its best of the past year at its meeting on February 8.
Tallinn University of Technology Centre for Digital Forensics and Cyber Security and CodeLaw have the pleasure of inviting you to attend ICR2018 (the 4th Interdisciplinary Cyber Research workshop) to be held at the Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia on the 9th of June, 2018.
The Estonian Government approved the prize winners of National Science Awards this year.
ALCHEMIA EU LIFE program project aims to develop and demonstrate a cost-effective and sustainable technology for the removal of natural radioactivity in groundwater...
Estonia sets an example in the information technology. What could be learnt from this Baltic country?
Professor Robert Krimmer, TTÜ Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance was interviewed by T3N magazine.