Scientists of Tallinn University of Technology developed a method that allows removal of antibiotic residue from waste water

In February the article "Metal-doped organic aerogels for photocatalytic degradation of trimethoprim" written by the researchers of two research groups (nanoporous materials and environmental technology research groups) of Tallinn University of Technology was published in the high-impact peer-reviewed professional journal Chemical Engineering Journal.

Scientists of Tallinn University of Technology developed a method that allows removal of antibiotic residue from waste water

TalTech scientists to create new 'chemical noses' to rid the environment of industrial pollutants

Scientists from five European countries have joined forces to develop next-generation 'chemical noses' to remove industrial pollutants from the environment.

TalTech scientists to create new 'chemical noses' to rid the environment of industrial pollutants

The paleoecologists of Tallinn University of Technology evaluate global climate models

The postglacial geology research group led by a paleoecologist, Professor of the Department of Geology of Tallinn University of Technology Siim Veski are about to...

The paleoecologists of Tallinn University of Technology evaluate global climate models

Cyber Hygiene Behaviour Needs Development and Better Advising

Humans being unaware of cyber related risks – such as, for example, clicking on a link on which they shouldn’t be clicking and thus potentially installing malware on...

Cyber Hygiene Behaviour Needs Development and Better Advising

TalTech doctoral thesis: The uniform waste collection system used currently in Estonia is outdated

Recently Monica Vilms defended her doctoral thesis "Waste handling management in city centres, low-density areas and small islands and its effect on formation of air emission" at the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture of TalTech.

TalTech doctoral thesis: The uniform waste collection system used currently in Estonia is outdated

TalTech PhD thesis proved that telework is the optimal solution for extending worklife

René Arvola defended his PhD thesis "Telework as a solution for extending worklife" at TalTech Department of Business Administration.

TalTech PhD thesis proved that telework is the optimal solution for extending worklife

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