Natural History Museum’s skulls and skeletons help researchers and customs officers
The old bones and hides illustrate the ancient territories and genetics of different species. This year many of the Museum’s skulls have been...
Professor Tomi Mäkelä appointed as Director of HiLIFE Helsinki Institute of Life Science
Professor Tomi Mäkelä's five-year term starts on 1 August.
From the Researcher’s Pen
A complex, international web of issues surrounds the rights of the Sami
International negotiations on human rights gives the Sami people the opportunity to make their voices heard outside Finland. But how can...
Seven teams have been selected for the final stage of the Helsinki Challenge
The Helsinki Challenge finalist teams’ ideas would boost cancer treatment, revolutionise the use of heat energy and protect the mental health of...
Common periodontal pathogen may interfere with conception in women
According to a study carried out at the University of Helsinki, a common periodontal pathogen may delay conception in young women. This finding...