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Merilin Piipuu’s master’s thesis demonstrated that cell phones have become our inseparable companions, best friends and cure for loneliness. Continue reading
Yrjo Ojasaar, an internationally successful entrepreneur, consultant, and teacher, speaks about the upcoming disruption in global education, constituents of good entrepreneurial education, and startups.
Find out what Georg Singer, a development manager at the UT Institute of Computer Science, thinks about the ‘startup nation Estonia’ and how it compares to his home country, Austria. Continue reading
Alvo Aabloo, the University of Tartu Professor of Polymer Materials Technology, writes about how we can construct new devices with the help of novel materials. Continue reading
Here are four interviews about the present and future of semiotics with the world-leading semioticians: Boris Uspenski, a member of the Tartu-Moscow Semiotic School, Eero Tarasti, President of the International Association for Semiotic Studies, Winfried Nöth, Professor of Linguistics and Semiotics at the University of Kassel, and Marcel Danesi, Editor-in-Chief of Semiotica. Continue reading