All manifestations of grief require acknowledgement in cases of fetal death
Both recovery and the processing of loss should be taken into account in grief caused by fetal death. Yet many parents feel that fetal death is...
Northern peatlands will store more carbon as the planet warms
Rising temperatures will cause northern peatlands to store more carbon than was previously believed, but the effect will weaken over the coming...
KardioKompassi: individualised prevention of cardiac disease with genomic data
The KardioKompassi risk calculator uses the latest data from genome research to evaluate the risk of cardiac disease more precisely, motivating...
Eye movement based metric serving as an on-site test metric for time awake
Eye movements can be used to study tiredness, lack of sleep as well as disturbances of attentiveness.
Professor Jari Lavonen: “The long-term approach is a winning asset for the Finnish education system – reforms must transcend government terms of office”
An international expert in education is celebrating his 60th birthday. Jari Lavonen knows which features of the Finnish school system and...
What’s up, dog?
Just 30 years ago, people laughed at the idea of animals having feelings, but now researchers are studying how joy and stress manifest in dogs.
For physicists, artificial intelligence is useful for classifying data and cleaning up distorted signals
Students won’t go wrong if they focus on artificial intelligence, says Edward Hæggström, professor of material physics.
Who is predisposed to diabetes, which migraine drug would be perfect for you – algorithms are combing masses of data to find the answers
Algorithms are already seeking genes that make us susceptible to disease and helping us develop increasingly targeted medicine. Developers of...