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Children’s and grandparents’ brains learn new things in different ways
Studying is good for brains of all ages, says Professor Minna Huotilainen.
The most difficult aspect of euthanasia: who defines intolerable suffering?
Even if strict conditions for euthanasia were to be stipulated by legislation, their application requires interpretation on a case-by-case basis...
Scholars are studying the essence of being Nordic
Competitiveness, innovations, equality, wellbeing and “hygge” – the Nordic countries are arousing interest around the world. Right this moment,...
How could we get a meal on every plate?
It’s possible to feed the world. First we’ll have to even out income discrepancies, build peace and bring new, better plant varieties to farmers.
Mice and humans share sleep disorders - fundamental mechanisms of sleep are similar regardless of species
Currently the researchers at the University of Helsinki are investigating the link between sleep deprivation and inflammation, how parents...
Thu 22.2. - Fri 23.2.2018 9:00-16:00 Faculty Room 5th floor, Vuorikatu 3, Faculty...
Public Lectures: The Economic Government of the World: The Rise and Fall of Bretton Woods: Martin DauntonThu 22.2. - Fri 23.2.2018 12:15-15:45 Porthania P674 On 22 and 23 February Martin...
Boris Karpov: ANXIETY, SUBSTANCE USE, ADHERENCE TO TREATMENT AND LEVEL OF FUNCTIONING IN SPECIALIZED PSYCHIATRIC CARE PATIENTSFri 23.2.2018 12:00-14:00 Christian Sibelius sali, HYKS Psykiatriakeskus,...