Research results produced with public funding belong to the academic community and the public at large. The Think Open site brings together the University of Helsinki’s open research data, open source code and publications. All the material is freely available to you. Read interviews with researchers for more information about what open science can achieve.
Anything is possible for this Internet of Things wizard – even secure open science
The University of Helsinki boasts a professor who can turn a research project into a startup or an app with nearly a million users.
SISu – Medical breakthroughs from open science
Hannele Laivuori, coordinator of the SISu project, believes that openness is necessary for the future development of medical research. The...
Digital humanist who cooperates with coders
Open science forerunner, digital humanism researcher Mikko Tolonen sees that openness is a huge opportunity for research
Citizen Mindscapes – open data from the minds of the Finnish people
The Citizen Mindscapes research project sheds light on the mental worlds of the Finnish people.
ICOS: Open data for international environmental research
ICOS, or the Integrated Carbon Observation System, is a thrilling example of the breakthroughs that can be achieved as a result of collaboration...