Tartu Ülikooli uudised

Results: 29
Poet Lauri Sommer will take place on 22 March at 6 p.m. in the seminar area of the University of Tartu Natural History Museum.
15.03.2023
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The ninth annual Nature Festival focuses on the beauty and wildlife of gardens. It will take place from 7 to 11 June. Proposals from co-organisers are accepted until 31 March.
13.03.2023
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The University of Tartu Natural History Museum is replacing the ceiling lights. The works are scheduled to be completed by 10 April.
06.03.2023
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Leho Luigujõe talks about the bird of the year at the University of Tartu Natural History Museum's March Nature Talks event.
22.02.2023
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The University of Tartu Botanical Garden is hosting an exhibition dedicated to orchids for the twelfth time. The exhibition programme is enriched with exciting workshops and guided tours.
21.02.2023
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Rector of the University of Tartu Toomas Asser announced the university's contribution to society award, research award and language award and recipients of the teaching staff  of the year award.
20.02.2023
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University of Tartu Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden wishes you a happy anniversary of the Republic of Estonia!
20.02.2023
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The University of Tartu Natural History welcomes families on 25 February from 11 am to 3.30 pm for a Family Day, "Bird life in February and March".
20.02.2023
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On the first day of the winter school holidays, children are invited to the University of Tartu Botanical Garden for a Nature Day to discover the diverse world of seeds.
16.02.2023
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Writer Hanneleele Kaldmaa will read nature poetry on Wednesday, 22nd February.
15.02.2023
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For a month and a half from Valentine's Day, 14 February to 31 March, the Botanical Garden will host a painting exhibition of flowers by artist Ülle Järve.
14.02.2023
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Prices for tickets and services will increase from 1 March. Fees for educational and children's programmes remain the same. The Botanical Garden's open-air collections will also remain open for free.
10.02.2023
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The UT Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden's popular educational programmes in cooperation with the Vanemuine Theatre and the Yellow Cats take place in February, March and April.
06.02.2023
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At the February Nature Talks at the University of Tartu Natural History Museum, Marju Kõivupuu will talk about tree crosses of forests, their origins and characteristics.
02.02.2023
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"Rukkirääk" is a podcast with a 20-minute nature-themed programme on the last Tuesday of every month. The first programme of the second season will focus on the popularisation of science.
31.01.2023
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On Saturday 28 January we invite you to participate in the curatorial tour of the exhibition "The Pleasures and Pains of Pollination".
19.01.2023
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The ninth annual Nature Festival focuses on the beauty and wildlife of gardens. It will take place from 7 to 11 June.
18.01.2023
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Estonia's most species-rich garden The University of Tartu Botanic Garden celebrates its 220th anniversary this year.
16.01.2023
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Zoologist Mati Martin's publication "Dragonflies. The order Odonata in Estonia" opens up the magical world of dragonflies. The publication has been nominated for the Annual Estonian Museum Award.
16.01.2023
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The first nature poetry night of the new year will take place on Wednesday, 18th January. This time Veronika Kivisilla will read nature poetry.
11.01.2023
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