5G Mall – a playground for young people
For the first time worldwide, upper secondary school and university students went looking for 5G technology solutions to challenges met by...
How saving forests, soil and peatlands could help save the planet
To what extent can we count on carbon sinks?
Levänluhta jewellery links Finland to a European exchange network
A recently completed study indicates that the material of the jewellery found together with human remains at the Levänluhta water burial site...
BepiColombo: a mission to Mercury
The European Space Agency probe was sent to study Mercury and solar flares. The researchers are expecting data in six years.
Painting Science on the walls in Helsinki
Art is not only about aesthetics, it's also about having an influence. Researchers will bring climate science to the streets of Helsinki by co-...
Gold for iron nanocubes
A recent study revealed that by decorating iron nanocubes with gold the functionality of nanoparticles can be increased.
Future search engines will help users find information they don’t even know they are looking for
Seeking information online does not have to be limited to googling – at least not if you ask researchers. Dorota Głowacka is investigating...
Breakthrough in the discovery of DNA in ancient bones buried in water
Fresh evidence rewrites the understanding of the most intriguing archaeological burial site in western Finland. New DNA technology gives...