Finnish researchers part of Gruber-winning space project
Finnish researchers are among the recipients of the 2018 Gruber Cosmology Prize for their work on the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Planck satellite that has shed more light on the Universe.
Five for Friday: Language services
These Finnish companies are all speaking the same language when it comes to providing ways to be understood.
Finnish universities among world’s best in research
The National Taiwan University (NTU) Ranking, an annual survey of the scientific research pursuits of the world’s top universities, features eight Finnish universities.
Five for Friday: HR and staff training
Finns are leading the way with innovative tools for staff recruitment and retention.
UN Technology Innovation Labs partners with xEdu
United Nations Technology Innovation Labs (UNTIL) and Finnish edtech startup accelerator xEdu are set to accelerate the development and implementation of new learning solutions for emerging economies.
Five for Friday: Health technologies
Finland is known worldwide for its leading tech solutions and its healthcare provision. Little wonder then that it is a forerunner in healthtech.
World’s first all-optical calculator built at Aalto
An interdisciplinary team of researchers at Aalto University has taken a pivotal step in the journey towards optical computing by becoming the first in the world to demonstrate nanoscale all-optical logic circuits.
Helsinki Wildfoods has a taste for the wilderness
Even the most mundane of weeds can be used for delicious and healthy treats – and Helsinki Wildfoods wants the whole world to jump on the bandwagon.
Five for Friday: Education, part 3
There are many reasons why Finland has earned its great reputation in education. Here are five more.
Bjarmia takes pride in history and craftsmanship
Bjarmia, a Kuusamo-based manufacturer of hand-made ceramics, has struck a balance between its long history, deep-rooted relationship with nature and contemporary design sensibilities.