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The next joint international conference ‘Functional Materials and NanoTechnologies + Nanotechnology and Innovation in the Baltic Sea region‘, or shortly FM&NT-NIBS 2024, will be held at the V-Spa conference centre in Tartu, Estonia in October, 6 – 9, 2024.
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The European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) has admitted Estonia as its full member. For the University of Tartu, this means expanding its existing research, education and business collaboration opportunities.
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Women in physics - Laboratory of Theoretical Physics of University of Tartu
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On 15 February, Piia Post, Professor of Climate Science, will give the inaugural lecture "Atmospheric circulation as a dance of air across scales and the globe” in the assembly hall.

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