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  • Ahhaa - An independent contemporary science centre with up-to-date science communication and display possibilities.
  • Centre for Science Studies - Its current research encompasses studies of history and policies of both natural and social sciences.
  • EELIS - Containing information about protected areas, nature monuments and species.
  • Estonian Academy of Publishers - Publications of the Estonian Academy Publishers cover almost all important areas of contemporary science.
  • Estonian Academy of Sciences - An association of top-level scientists & scholars with commitment to advance scientific research & represent Estonian science.
  • Estonian Fund for Nature - Its aim is to preserve the entire Estonian nature and its diversity. Includes information about the country's nature.
  • Estonian Meteorological and Hydrological Institute - Gathering, treatment & storage of the results of meteorological & hydrological measurements, issuing weather forecasts & more.
  • Estonian University of Life Sciences - Its mission is to guarantee sustainable use of natural resources and enhance rural development in Estonia.
  • Geological Survey of Estonia - Information on geological sites, mineral resources, groundwater, services and maps.
  • IB Krates O▄ - Its activities are concentrated in the domain of embedded software, distributed control systems & software engineering tools.
  • Institute of History - Includes history; structure, publications, projects, etc.
  • looduskalender.ee - A website about nature related events in Estonia.
  • Tartu Observatory - Located at T§ravere, about 21 km from Tartu. Includes history, research projects, annual reports & publications.
  • Tartu Science Park - The oldest science park in the baltics.
  • The Learned Estonian Society - Increases knowledge of the past & present of the Estonian nation, its language, literature & the country settled by the Estonians.
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