Happy Midsummer everyone!
We’ll be back with more of the good stuff on Monday.
Finland remains socially progressive globally
The Social Progress Index has ranked Finland second overall in its annual survey.
Teosto teams up with Nordic colleagues in R&D
The three Nordic collective rights management organisations Teosto, Koda and TONO have formed a company called Polaris Nordic.
Five for Friday: Midsummer festivities
In Finland, Midsummer not only represents the annual turning point for the lengthening daylight, it also marks the unofficial arrival of warm summer weather.
Finnish demo plant turns CO2 into fuel
Soletair demo plant, developed by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT), produces renewable fuels and chemicals using carbon dioxide.
Helsinki tops list for congresses in Nordics
According to The Union of International Associations (UIA) statistics, Helsinki is now the most popular city for international association meetings in the Nordic region.
Dottir is not your ordinary law firm
What used to be a shipyard in Helsinki is now a hotspot for all things hip – and potentially one of the coolest and most startup-minded law firms in town.
Five for Friday: Innovative packaging
It’s often said that big things come in small packages, but in Finland, big things can also be found in packaging.
Finnish universities make world top list
The esteemed QS World University Ranking for 2018 is out now with ten Finnish universities making it to the world’s top 600.
Siili gets with the programmes at home and abroad
Siili has been chosen for the UCLA Global Access Program (GAP) and Tekes’ Liideri programme, both of which aim to spur international growth for companies.
Aalto University’s traffic systems boost intelligence
Aalto University is to receive funding from the Henry Ford Foundation over a four-year period for a research project into intelligent traffic systems.