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Being a female scientist: environmental physicist and head of Estonian space research and technology center Anu Reinart

Meet Anu Reinart, a director of Estonian Space Research and Technology Center, Tartu Observatory. Her activities include governance of the basic research in the field of astronomy, also collaboration with industry for development of the applications in remote sensing and technology of satellites. The institute is also responsible for the University of Tartu study program […]

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Female Chief Officer on board: Heike Dugge

Meet Heike Dugge, the woman who works as the Chief Officer on board the German Research Ship METEOR What inspire you to pursue a career in marine technologies? In the mid 90‘ I started my studies of civil engineering at the University of Rostock and at the same time I started working on sailing ships. […]

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Sharing the caring: marine biologist Helen Orav-Kotta

What is the nature of your work? I am a marine biologist, a benthologist and the centre of my research area is the northern communities, plants, animals, and everything connected with them in marine environments. Since in nature everything is interconnected, I have had the change to study sediments, chemistry, plankton communities and also fish. […]

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Sharing the caring: Senior Lecturer Sebastian Sobek

Nature of your work. Senior Lecturer at Uppsala University. Research and teaching. Leading a research team of about 10 persons, and supervising their work. Administration. Career as a researcher. 2005 PhD in Sweden (Uppsala University). 2006-2009 Post-doc in Switzerland (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich), and Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology […]