The scientists of TalTech are developing a technology for water purification by electric discharges

The environment around us is becoming increasingly polluted. This includes one of our most precious natural resources – water.

The scientists of TalTech are developing a technology for water purification by electric discharges

Estonian and Russian scientists will start developing water quality criteria for the Narva River

Water and environmental engineering scientists of Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) in cooperation with colleagues from Russia are looking for a solution how to...

Estonian and Russian scientists will start developing water quality criteria for the Narva River

TalTech is establishing co-operation with the US on developing self-driving cars

Tallinn University of Technology is signing a co-operation agreement with Florida Polytechnic University on the 10th of April, to join forces for future development and...

TalTech is establishing co-operation with the US on developing self-driving cars

Chemists warn against unreasonable wastage upon acquisition of scientific equipment

Some 100-150 years ago chemists performed most of the solution analyses by the naked eye. The colour of the solution and its intensity indicated the proportion of the...

Chemists warn against unreasonable wastage upon acquisition of scientific equipment

Scientists study fish to learn how to adapt to the impacts of climate change

Freshwater biodiversity is rapidly declining worldwide, and nature-based solutions which increase the resilience of ecological communities are becoming increasingly important in helping communities prepare for the unavoidable effects of climate change.

Scientists study fish to learn how to adapt to the impacts of climate change

Food scientists from Tallinn University of Technology investigate the impact of food transit rate on human gut bacteria

Recently an article "Selection of fast and slow growing bacteria from fecal microbiota using continuous culture with changing dilution rate" on the research of the...

Food scientists from Tallinn University of Technology investigate the impact of food transit rate on human gut bacteria

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