Best of BFM 2018
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Best of BFM 2018
Konverents "Europe in hard times"
Orientation Week for international students will…
Oliver Koit - Why does the Tuhala Witch’s Well Boil Over?
In this One Minute Lecture, Oliver Koit, a Master’s student from the Tallinn University School of Natural and Health Sciences explains why the Witch’s Well at Tuhala, Estonia boils over.
Katrin Saks, Director of BFM
Our aim is to help develop creative professionals, who have the ability to create a modern visual world and enrich the culture of Estonia and the world by merging different areas of study.
Imagine movies could “read” your emotions
We are used to the privilege of observing movie characters involved in the most dramatic and intimate situations. It does not matter if we get emotionally touched by the character’s sad fate in similar manner if we watch films from our living room tv-screens, or from our mobile screens when flying across the Baltic Sea.
Tallinn University announces additional admission…
Johanna-Iisebel Järvelill - Are Estonian Beaches Radioactive?
The term radioactivity usually brings to mind man-made sources of radiation, such as the X-ray or various catastrophes, for example Chernobyl. In reality, we are surrounded by natural radioactive background, such as the radiation that reaches us from Space, or radon that lies in the earth. Even the sand at the beach can be radioactive, says Johanna-Iisebel Järvelill, a PhD student at Tallinn University.
ÜTI teadusseminar: Ave Lauren
Tiit Land, Rector:
The University faces new exciting and difficult challenges. The new units are developing their own culture, learning to know and respect each other’s needs and possibilities.