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Competence Centre of Food And Fermentation Technologies (CCFFT) With deep expertise in food and fermentation technology, the centre can host world-class research activities. One of its main R&D areas is system biology, which combines new cultivation technologies with...
Bio-Competence Centre of Healthy Dairy Products (BioCC) is an interdisciplinary technological development centre for milk, an irreplaceable food product and valuable biological raw material. Linked to medical research at the University of Tartu, the centre works with...
Graduate School in Biomedicine and Biotechnology (GSBB) is a cross-university project that aims to improve the quality and efficacy of biomedicine and biotechnology education in Estonia. It does not award PhD degrees or conduct independent research.
Centre of Excellence in Chemical Biology (CECB) advances research that seeks tools to study and fight infectious diseases. Scientists at the Tallinn University of Technology create new chemical compounds that are then tested at the University of...
Graduate school „Functional materials and technologies“ (GSFMT) aims to improve the quality of doctoral studies in material sciences and technologies, as well as the related areas of chemistry and physics.
Estonian Graduate School in Mathematics and Statistics (GSMS) encompasses all maths- and statistics-related doctoral studies in Estonia. A From an R&D perspective, these fields play a key role in the evolution of life and engineering sciences.
Centre of Excellence in Environmental Adaptation (ENVIRON) combines five research groups from three Estonian universities and has more than 50 staff scientists, plus more than 40 PhD students. Using experiments and modelling, they seek to understand the...
Graduate School in Civil and Environmental Engineering (GSCEE) aims to improve the competitiveness of Estonian civil and environmental engineering science through an interdisciplinary graduate school.
Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts (GSCSA) is a joint venture of four Estonian universities: the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (coordinator of GSCSA), the University of Tartu, Tallinn University, and the Estonian Academy of Arts.
Graduate School of Linguistics, Philosophy, and Semiotics connects the students of five doctoral programs and was set up to increase the number of PhD theses while improving the quality of both research and instruction.
Doctoral School of Clinical Medicine (DSCM) is a joint project of the University of Tartu, Tartu University Hospital, and the University of Helsinki that aims to improve the way PhD studies are organised.
Centre of Excellence for Translational Medicine (CETM) Tasked with boosting the international competitiveness of Estonian medical research, the centre takes a multidisciplinary translational approach to link two major research fields -- neuroscience and immunology -- and...
Doctoral School in Economics and Innovation (DSEI) seeks to improve the analytical skills and administrative capacities in the Estonian public sector as a way to foster economic development and national competitiveness.
Doctoral School of Educational Sciences (DSES) is a joint project of Tallinn University, the University of Tartu, and the University of Helsinki.
Centre for Integrated Electronic Systems and Biomedical Engineering (CEBE) seeks to be the top Estonian R&D centre in electronic components, systems, computer and biomedical engineering. It combines interdisciplinary work by researchers from three departments at the Tallinn University...
Doctoral School of Energy and Geotechnology (DSEG) is a joint project of academic and corporate partners that is aimed at offering structured interdisciplinary doctoral studies based on the best international practices.
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