Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science (HELSUS) contributes to sustainability transformations of societies by means of inter- and transdisciplinary research and education. HELSUS co-creates knowledge through research, experiments, living labs and best practices for national and international policy, private sector and civil society. HELSUS forms an attractive international environment for researchers and facilitates partnerships in areas of research and innovations for the sustainable future.
About Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science
Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science is a new cross-faculty research unit in sustainability science within the University of...
Research at the Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science approaches sustainability through several multidisciplinary themes.
HELSUS cooperates with several academic, public and private sector actors. Want to become a partner? Contact our team and find out more.
HELSUS forms an attractive international and interdisciplinary research community for professors and researchers working with ...
Team including University of Helsinki students develops plant-based chocolate mousse, wins FOODIO project prize
The FOODIO project rewarded the best healthy dairy product based on plant-based side streams from the food industry. The winner, a kind of...
Mountain birds declining in Europe
Population data for European mountain birds have been for the first time combined in a recent study, with worrying results: the abundances of...
Influencer of the Year award bestowed on Professor Markku Kanninen from the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry
For the past fifteen years, Professor Kanninen has made an impact on key international networks and organisations.
Jessica Polka: Open science, preprints & open peer review
Universities and libraries around the world are battling publishers of science journals to keep the costs of access to peer-reviewed journals...
GemApps finds perfect places for preventing allergies and asthma
With the use of a database and a mobile application, people could spot beneficial microbial biodiversity areas in their environment.
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