School of Natural Sciences and Health
welcomes qualified international students from around the world
to apply for our study programmes taught in English.
At the beginning of November, in the framework of the project "Joint management of groundwater dependent ecosystems in transboundary Gauja-Koiva river basin (GroundEco)" was held the first joint visit to the pilot areas in Latvia and Estonia, where f...
On 25 June, Kaja Mädamürk from the Tallinn University School of Natural Sciences and Health defended her thesis that focussed on the relation of maths skills development and the cognitive and motivati...
On June 14th, The President of the International Association of Human-Animal Interactions Organizations visited University of Tallinn (Estonia).
Today, Marko Vainu from the Tallinn University School of Natural Sciences and Health defended his thesis looking at the large changes in water levels at the Kurtna lake district within the past 70 yea...
Our Rector Prof. Tiit Land will talk about how many different depictions of the periodic table there are and what are the rules in creating one.
How many secret underground rivers are there in Estonia? Are there secret rivers with a bigger flow rate than ‘regular’ rivers? Junior Researcher at the Tallinn University School of Natural Sciences and Health Oliver Koit will answer these questions.
Alumna, senior researcher