Professor Iiris Hovatta: Investigating the genetics of anxiety
The recipe for the anxiety medication of tomorrow may reside in the brain of mice. However, uncovering it requires stressing on the creatures.
Professor Volker Heyd: How a wave of migrants became the foundation of modern Europe 5,000 years ago
The arrival of the Yamnaya people transformed Europe in the Bronze Age. But who were the Yamnaya?
Professor Keijo Heljanko: Effective computing requires cooperation between computers
Increasingly demanding calculations require distributed computing, or several computers focused on solving the same problem together. However,...
Professor Jari Eloranta: Military spending accounts for an ever smaller proportion of the world economy
Research on the economics of warfare can reveal strange details. Military operations have even been financed by selling grain to the enemy.
Professor Minna Autio: Is there a need for living rooms in homes any more?
A professor in home economics is interested in how homes and the economy are intertwined, for example, how telecommuting at home is seen in the...
Pharmacy: Albert Wuokko Award for junior scholars in 2018 bestowed to Mónica Ferreira
Mónica Ferreira has developed nanosystems based on porous silicon and dextran, applicable in the treatment of myocardial infarction.
SleepCircle: A research-based solution for controlling the sleep rhythm
SleepCircle is an application that can upload data from any sleep tracker, helping users in problems related to the timing of sleep. Problems...
Bacteria from cats and dogs have become less resistant to antibiotics
Bacteria from cats and dogs have become less resistant to antibiotics in recent years, likely as a result of reduced antibiotic use. Despite...