Tag Archives: PhD thesis

How Lyudmyla leads semiotic research in a Moscow agency

In an interview to UT Blog, fresh PhD Lyudmyla Zaporozhtseva unveils how she leads semiotic research at a marketing research agency in Moscow. Continue reading

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A Discovery Puts the Brakes on a Cancer-Inducing Virus

A freshly defended PhD thesis outlines novel inhibitors of the cancer-inducing human papillomavirus. Continue reading

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Attitudes That Matter

Uku Tooming, a fresh PhD in philosophy, explores why the beliefs and desires of others matter to us. Continue reading

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How Selective Is Your Attention?

Why do we notice a remarkably beautiful person in a crowd? In his PhD thesis, Andero Uusberg studied specific mechanisms that the brain uses to pay attention. Continue reading

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How Understanding Our Mobility Makes Societies Smarter

Human geographer Olle Järv shows how understanding personal mobility improves urban and transportation planning, and helps to identify social segregation. Continue reading

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My Farm Is My Stage: Insights into Estonian Rural Tourism

Ethnologist Ester Bardone explores how rural experiences become commodities that are staged and performed by tourism entrepreneurs, backed up by institutions and media. Continue reading

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Nature or City? The Brain Makes the Difference

When you see a picturesque forest lake from your window, the brain is working differently than when the view includes a maze of tall buildings. Continue reading

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