Kategooria veebilehestike arv - 25.
OCSEAN brings together leading researchers from the humanities and sciences and combines the resources of multiple laboratories to tackle questions that can only be addressed with this extensive network of cooperation.
Viimati muudetud: 12.02.2021
Jean Monnet Module "Neighbourhood Enlargement and Regionalism in Europe"
Autor: Stefano Braghiroli, Anna Beitane
Viimati muudetud: 26.10.2020
Projekti tegevused keskenduvad Liikuma Kutsuva Kooli programmi arendamisele ja rakendamisele. Projekti otsene eesmärk on initsieerida ja toetada muutusi koolikultuuris üle Eesti, mis võimaldavad liikumisaktiivsusel kujuneda koolipäeva loomulikuks osaks programmi Liikuma Kutsuv Kool (LKK) põhimõtete arendamise, levitamise ja rakendamise abil ning tagada LKK tegevuste jätkusuutlikkus ning kättesaadavus. Liikumissõbralik koolikultuur loob võimalused liikumiseks kogu koolipäeva jooksul, rakendades LKK põhimõtteid aktiivse koolitee, aktiivsete ainetundide, aktiivsete vahetundide, liikumisõpetuse ja liikumist toetava koolikeskkonna ning kogu koolipere kaasamise kaudu. Pikaajaline eesmärk on tervena elatud aastate ja eeldatava eluea tõus Eesti elanikkonnas ning ebavõrdsuse vähendamine tervises suurendades liikumisaktiivsust toetavate valikute kättesaadavust laste ja noorte hulgas.
Autor: Liikumislabor
Viimati muudetud: 31.03.2020
Autor: Margus Pedaste
Viimati muudetud: 03.06.2020
MATER is a consortium of 10 high-profile universities and companies with outstanding expertise in female reproductive genomics and medicine, located in Estonia, Finland, Belgium, Sweden, Spain, Poland and Italy. The aim of the MATER consortium is to train a new generation of 14 creative, entrepreneurial, innovative and ethically sensitive early-stage researchers (ESRs) in the field of female reproductive care through a European Joint Doctoral Programme. The project is funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network within the Horizon 2020 Programme of the European Commission.
Autor: Institute of Genomics
Viimati muudetud: 11.03.2020
The RENE project is set to improve and unify the education on patient handling in the health care sector. Workplace safety issues and the use of risk management tools, proper communication with the patient and the knowhow and skills on correct handling techniques are central in managing patient handling in changing environments and situations.
Autor: University of Tartu
Viimati muudetud: 26.01.2021
Strenghtening the research capacity on latent and chronic infections of Institute of Technology at University of Tartu by creating long-lasting links with internationally-leading research institutions.
Autor: UT Institute of Technology
Viimati muudetud: 09.03.2020
All parts of plants harbour many microscopic organisms. Especially plant leaves are an important habitat for many fungal and bacterial species that live inside or on the surface of these organs. Yet, very little is known about the diversity and distribution of these microorganisms in relation to habitat, seasonality and geographical space. This citizen science project, led by well-recognized researchers, aims to describe the biodiversity of organisms associated with plant leaves across the globe. By using DNA-based methods for identification, scientists aim to determine the environmental features that lead to increase or loss of leaf biodiversity. Mathematical models enable to estimate total species richness of microorganisms on leaves to add one piece to the puzzle of global biodiversity. This project seeks for volunteers who wish to contribute to understanding of complexity of life on the Earth. Participants are given simple protocols for collecting and sterilizing and posting leaf samples. The DNA of dead organisms is analysed only for identification purpose in one or more central laboratories. The results are communicated to participants over the web in each major analysis step. The principal idea of involving citizen science is to bridge frontline research and common people and to shed light on global issues among the public.
Autor: Ecology of Biological Interactions workgroup
Viimati muudetud: 15.02.2021