Estonian Academy of Sciences

The Estonian Academy of Sciences was founded in 1938 as an association of top-level scientists and scholars with commitment and responsibility to advance scientific research and represent Estonian science nationally and internationally. The primary mission of the Academy is to assist in building a knowledge-based Estonia, fostering adaptation of new knowledge for economic growth and improvement of the quality of life in Estonia, enhancing public appreciation of science and scientific methods of thought.


Panel Discussion: Genome Editing for Crop Improvement

Survey on Combatting Academic Predatory Journals and Conferences

Academician Maarja Kruusmaa nominated as a member of the Group of Chief Scientific Advisors to the EC

Contribution of the Year Award of the Estonian Academy of Sciences Constitutional Law Foundation was given to Anneli Albi

Future European Research Policy

Who to trust on Covid-19? PERITIA webinar on 2 November

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