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How important is “web spinning” in science

Animal ecologist Tuul Sepp shares her experience on the importance of networking in science. Continue reading

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Genes and Culture that Make You Drink (Alcohol)

Neuropsychopharmacologist Jaanus Harro and ethnologist Aimar Ventsel shed light on the genetic and cultural aspects of alcohol consumption. Continue reading

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To Drink, or Not To Drink?

Why do people drink when the results can often be catastrophic? Aimar Ventsel shows that similarly to over-indulging in booze, abstaining can lead to uncomfortable situations, too. Continue reading

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Estonian Wine Against Alzheimer’s

After the “French Paradox” was formulated, red wine made of grapes has been considered to be a kind of remedy. Priit Pedastsaar writes about how Estonian wine could be even healthier and become the next functional food. Continue reading

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