Scientists solve 400-year-old mystery of Prince Rupert's drops

Hillar Aben, a professor at Tallinn University of Technology, helped to finally answer a question that has stumped scientists since the early 1600s: Why are the heads of tadpole-shaped pieces of glass called "Prince Rupert's drops" so strong?

Scientists solve 400-year-old mystery of Prince Rupert's drops

IHEE delegation from France visited TTÜ

On May 18, a high-level French delegation from IHEE (l'Institut des Hautes Etudes de l'Entreprise) visited Tallinn University of Technology. The central research focus of...

IHEE delegation from France visited TTÜ

European Physics Olympiad 2017 comes to an end

Estonia is hosting the first European Physics Olympiad on May 20-24, 2017. The event take place at the University of Tartu, in collaboration with Tallinn University of Technology. The closing ceremony is on May 24, 2017 from 9:30 to 12:00 in TTÜ at Mektory large hall.

European Physics Olympiad 2017 comes to an end

TTÜ scientists are participating in the green chemistry GREENOMIcS network

TTÜ scientists research green chemistry to save the environment from Baltic Sea to Mediterranean.

TTÜ scientists are participating in the green chemistry GREENOMIcS network

"Interdisciplinary Cyber Research 2017” workshop

On July 8, there is “Interdisciplinary Cyber Research 2017” workshop (ICR2017) at Tallinn University of Technology.

Photo Gallery: African Student Week presents the continent's rich culture

This year the African Student Week was from May 11 to 13.

Photo Gallery: African Student Week presents the continent's rich culture

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