Fintech company TransferWise supports non-profit organization Eesti 2.0 with donation of transfer fees on payments made to Estonia via its platform during the birthday month of February. The estimated €25,000 will finance the charity’s summer school programme, to inspire the next generation of Estonians to choose a future in technology. TransferWise employees have supported Hüppelaud with mentoring support in the past, and the company looks forward to continuing its close relationship with the organization.

The Sun brightens up the day,
The Moon shines in the night,
Rather tiny in my way,
But I have a lot of might.

Many of those who grew up in the Soviet era Estonia may remember this catchy song from a 1970s cartoon and kids’ book “The Happenings of Atomic” about a tiny particle that escapes the lab it was created in and starts making things happen.

3D Printers Win Big in Estonian Schools

Postitas Ede 27.04.2016

The vast number of student projects entered into the 3D technology category in last year’s national science fair demonstrates the keen interest for 3D printing that exists in Estonian schools.