Religious and national identity of young Finnish Muslims varies by situation
For their part, young Muslims maintain the juxtaposition between Islam and Finnishness, as indicated by a recent doctoral dissertation in the...
Finland is challenging the entire world to understand AI by offering a completely free online course - initiative got 1 % of the Finnish population to study the basics
The University of Helsinki and Reaktor presented an open artificial intelligence challenge in May. Its first goal was to educate one per cent of...
Experts advise against routine screening for prostate cancer
Routine testing for prostate cancer is not recommended for most men because the benefit is small and uncertain and there are clear harms, say a...
New research shows what influences the types of apps you use
Your home country is the single biggest determining factor, researchers find.
The amount of black carbon, predicting threshold values and the intricate mosaic of the Arctic landscape are key issues when studying the Arctic climate
Professor Atte Korhola is studying how changes in the Arctic environment relate to climate change. He describes three particularly topical...
Recently appointed professor focuses on bovine reproduction
Juhani Taponen, DVetMed, who assumed a professorship in the reproduction of domestic animals at the beginning of August, highlights ruminant...
Leadership for sustainable change: a MOOC course trains change managers for circular economy
The online course will launch on Tuesday, September the 4th when the enrolment will start, as well.
Speech at the University’s opening ceremony, Rector Jari Niemelä, 3 September 2018
Dear Chancellor, Chair of the University Board, your excellencies, and staff, students and friends of the University community,