SCIENCE AND INNOVATION TALKS AT SLUSH 2019 - WATCH THE VIDEOS!

On the stage of the University of Helsinki section at Slush 2019, discussions on science and innovations were held on both days. Now you can watch the discussions on videos.

Science-based innovations are the future – how to encourage research to come out of the lab?

Minister of Economic Affairs Katri Kulmuni and Rector Jari Niemelä (University of Helsinki)

Science-based innovations are the future – how to encourage research to come out of the lab?

Innovation: Moprim

Moprim, Petri Martikainen

The UH way – Nanoform as an example of science-based innovation

Professor, Founder and CEO Edward Haeggström & CEO Jari Strandman (Helsinki Innovation Services):

The UH way – Nanoform as an example of science-based innovation.

Innovation: VEIL.AI

VEIL.AI enables the efficient use of sensitive data, Tuomo Pentikäinen CEO

Edinburgh & Helsinki: How do cities and universities work together to create new ecosystems?

CEO George Baxter (Edinburgh Innovations)

Edinburgh & Helsinki: How do cities and universities work together to create new ecosystems?

Innovation: GlucoModicum

GlucoModicum: Needle-free and painless health monitoring, Jokke Mäki CEO

Innovation and startups – why should research care?

Investor, Co-Founder Rebeca Hwang (Kalei Ventures) & Venture Partner Patrick Ennis (Madrona Venture)

Innovation and startups – why should research care?

Innovation: Spexel.ai

Spexel.ai: Hyperspectral imaging made easy Mikko Toivonen, Doctoral student, University of Helsinki

What could decision-makers do to promote science-based innovation?

MP Juhana Vartiainen + Professor, Founder Vincenzo Cerullo

What could decision-makers do to promote science-based innovation?