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High Performance Computing Centre of University of Tartu will receive more capacity in the amount of 1.4 million euros
The equipment will be connected with the common user identification system, which makes it possible for the researchers of one institution to use the resources of another institution pursuant to the rules agreed between the institutions.
More than 260 participants from more than 40 foreign countries attend the UT's first MOOC
The UT's first MOOC course "Estimation of measurement uncertainty in chemical analysis", led by Professor Ivo Leito, has enjoyed considerable popularity.
Triin Eglit "Obesity, impaired glucose regulation, metabolic syndrome and their associations with high-molecular-weight adiponectin levels"
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