Events and activities
On 12 September 2017 the Academy hosted the first Endel Lippmaa Memorial Lecture
given by Nobel Laureate Kurt Wüthrich
(born 1938; Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2002). The lecture was preceded by the conferral of the Endel Lippmaa Memorial Medal on Professor Wüthrich by President of the Academy Tarmo Soomere.
About awards of the Academy, see here
More information (in Estonian) about the lecture, photos and video available here
On 31 May 2017, the Estonian Young Academy of Sciences
(EYAS) was established at the initiative of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. EYAS is an independent organisation representing the voices and interests of young scientists and scholars in Estonia.
24-26 May 2017, the Estonian Academy of Sciences hosted the EASAC Council meeting
The European Academies' Science Advisory Council (EASAC) is formed by the national science academies of the EU Member States. It was founded in 2001. Through EASAC, the academies work together to provide independent, expert, evidence-based advice about the scientific aspects of public policy to those who make or influence policy within the European institutions.The Council is EASAC's full assembly and governing body. It meets every 6 months, usually at the Academy of the EU member state which is in line to take over the EU's Presidency six months later.
The General Assembly on 7 December 2016 elected three new Members of the Academy:
- Professor, Head of the Clinic of Cardiology, Tartu University Hospital; Maarja Kruusmaa
- Professor, Acting Head of the Centre for Biorobotics, Vice-Dean of Research and Development, Faculty of Information Technology, Tallinn University of Technology; Anu Raud
- Estonian folk art investigator, educator and promoter, Professor Emeritus
, University of Tartu.
RECENT PUBLICATIONS IN ENGLISH
ESTONIAN CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH. FOCUS. AIMS. PERSPECTIVES. 2012. ISBN 978-9949-9203-4-1
RESEARCH IN ESTONIA. PRESENT AND FUTURE. 2011. ISBN 978-9949-92003-1-0
Recently published Year Book