Finnish update adds 22 million occurrence records, surpasses pre-licensing totals
Finland becomes third-largest country publisher for 2017, returns to top ten all-time.
Finland’s wetlands are an internationally significant archaeological repository
Finnish wetlands conceal a rich and diverse body of archaeological materials that provide evidence of the population dynamics, livelihood, and...
Digital analysis deciphers how the ancients thought
Together with her research group, Saana Svärd wants to find out what people living in the ancient Near East were thinking. They are turning to...
Seminar: Sustainable Development, Migration and Food & Nutrition Security Demands at the crossroads, 6 October
Global hunger and migration is rising, driven by conflicts and climate change. A new and more encompassing view of the food system is needed,...
Helsinki Graduate School of Economics to increase the number of top experts on economics in Finland
The demand for top-level experts on economics continues to increase. To make the best possible expertise available for Finnish society, Aalto...
Life science faculties and HiLIFE take science to Slush
Slush Y Science brings together all those who are enthusiastic about science, business, and the future.
Anna-Monika Prize to Professor Eero Castrén
Director of the Neuroscience Centre Eero Castrén has been awarded the bi-annual Anna-Monika Prize for his outstanding research.
Investor Patrick Ennis selects and advises up-and-coming startups at the University of Helsinki
The University of Helsinki’s Commercialisation Advisory Board (CAB) is a bit like the TV show Shark Tank. The CAB is trying to identify the...