Tallinn University promotes and develops an intelligent lifestyle in Estonia, thus supporting both Estonian sustainability, as well as self-actualization of individuals. Therefore, research communication and popularisation are very important aspects of our researchers' everyday work.
Our most well-known and recognised project in the field of research popularisation is "Ask a Researcher", which provides short, one-minute lectures on interesting topics. The aim of the project is to give knowledge-based answers to different questions that people face every day. In the project, our rearchers answer the questions that come from outside the university - people interested in research, teachers, students, parents, etc. The short videos are made public through Estonian National Broadcasting: research news portal Novaator and morning programme Terevisioon. Watch the one minute lectures here.
Tallinn University doctoral students participate in three minute lectures' competition, which is led by Estonian Academy of Sciences. During the competition, doctoral students introduce their work in a short lecture and the best ones are made public through different channels of Estonian National Broadcasting.
Also, Tallinn University researchers introduce their research or interesting knowledge through different exhibitions that are presented in the campus.