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The number of births is increasing again. Many young people prefer cohabitation to marriage and are in no hurry to tie the knot even when they have children. An average Estonian family has 1-3 children, and grandparents live separately. Families come together at Christmas and birthday parties. The extended family meets at important jubilee celebrations, but extended family reunions are also popular. The genealogy of Estonian families mostly...
Outgoing Researchers If you are planning to continue your research career abroad, EURAXESS – Researchers in motion, is the right starting place for you. EURAXESS Jobs offers a large database of research job vacancies, which can be searched by country and research field. Once you have found a suitable research position, EURAXESS national portals provide you with the information necessary for your move. EURAXESS Services centres are ready to...
Most research and development in Estonia is performed in the public sector. The largest public research university is the University of Tartu, followed by the Tallinn University of Technology, the Estonian University of Life Sciences and Tallinn University. Other large research institutions that perform high-end research are the Estonian Biocentre, the Tartu Observatory, the Estonian Literary Museum, the National Institute of Chemical Physics...