The University of Helsinki receives €14 million for research profiling
The university will use the funding granted by the Academy of Finland to strengthen the quality and impact of research in the areas of 1) Matter...
North Karelia Project – An unrepeatable success story in public health
A few decades ago in eastern Finland, a dramatic reduction in the cardiovascular disease mortality rate was achieved through special...
The President of Iceland Guðni Th. Jóhannesson gave a guest lecture at the University of Helsinki
The Nordic countries should be proud of their world-famous welfare model, but be careful not to misuse history. This was the message in the...
A crisis begins when we call it a crisis
Emotions keep people engaged. This is why populists need to keep talking about crises.
“Openness improves the quality of teaching and requires digital solutions”
Jaakko Kurhila, the recently appointed chief digitalisation officer of the University, is organising introductory courses for those interested...
Protecting the Baltic Sea is not up to us alone – Climate change and societal developments also have an impact
Technological advances in energy production and urbanisation expedite the attainment of the current environmental objectives for the Baltic Sea...
A total of 20 applications for the positions of vice-rector of the University of Helsinki
In addition to applications received by the deadline, further applicants may be invited to the positions.
Baltic Sea as a time machine for environmental change
With its brackish and shallow waters, the Baltic sea serves as a globally useful case study.