On January 11, an ill sea eagle was brought to the animal clinic of the Estonian University of Life Sciences where for the first time in Estonia avian blood transfusion was performed.
The Thomson Reuters Essential Science Indicators database places the Estonian University of Life Sciences into the top 1% most cited research facilities in the world in the field of environment and ecology. So far the Estonian University of Life Sciences belonged in the top 1% only in the field of plant and animal science.
An international research team lead by Ülo Niinemets, professor of plant physiology at the Estonian University of Life Sciences has come to the conclusion that climate change towards more humid and warm may lead to greater volatile emissions from plants, also affecting the chemical composition of the atmosphere.
Yesterday, on December 17, best tutors at the Estonian University of Life Sciences received recognition from the Rector. Among seven tutors, three – Piia Jairus, Elen Horeva and Noora Helmiina Remes – also got recognition for their successful work with international students specifically. Not only do they advise newcomers, but they also engage in organizing social activities for international staff and students at the Estonian University of Life Sciences.
Professor Marina Aunapuu, who teaches histology, cytology and embryology at the Estonian University of Sciences, was voted by students among three best teachers in the medical field at the University of Tartu where she teaches histology and conducts practical training. At the Estonian University of Life Sciences professor Aunapuu teaches both Estonian and international students of Veterinary Medicine.