Artificial sweeteners: a growing environmental hazard

Recently an article "Oxidative degradation of emerging micropollutant acesulfame in aqueous matrices by UVA-induced H2O2/Fe2+ and S2O82-/Fe2+ processes" on the research of a group of TTÜ scientists was published in a prestigious peer reviewed journal Chemosphere.

Artificial sweeteners: a growing environmental hazard

A TTÜ doctoral thesis provides opportunities for preventing musculoskeletal overload diseases in the upper extremities

Viive Pille defended her doctoral thesis "Development of a Model for the Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders in the Upper Extremities" at the...

A TTÜ doctoral thesis provides opportunities for preventing musculoskeletal overload diseases in the upper extremities

Tallinn University of Technology launched automated oil compound monitoring on Tallinn-Stockholm fairway

Tallinn University of Technology launched a system for real-time in situ monitoring of oil compounds on fairway in open Baltic Sea. 

Tallinn University of Technology launched automated oil compound monitoring on Tallinn-Stockholm fairway

TTÜ doctoral thesis: power quality issues are becoming increasingly topical

Recently a PhD student at the Department of Electrical Power Engineering and Mechatronics of TTÜ Jaan Niitsoo defended his doctoral thesis "Residential Grids Power...

TTÜ doctoral thesis: power quality issues are becoming increasingly topical

TTÜ scientists are seeking solutions for cleaning the air from toxic pollutants

The possibilities for reducing toxic air pollution have been investigated for many years under the leadership of Marina Kritševskaja, Senior Research Scientist at the Laboratory of Environmental Technology of the Department of Materials and Environmental Technology.

 TTÜ scientists are seeking solutions for cleaning the air from toxic pollutants

Lifetime Achievement Award for Science to computer scientist Enn Tõugu

The government has confirmed Enn Tõugu to be the national science award laureate for his long-time fruitful research and development work.

Lifetime Achievement Award for Science to computer scientist Enn Tõugu

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