Finnish university plans AI research centre in Hong Kong
The University of Helsinki has revealed plans to establish an AI-focused technology and research centre in Hong Kong together with local and international partners.
Joy Wolfram makes Forbes 30 under 30
Finnish cancer researcher and assistant professor Joy Wolfram, 29, has been selected among the world’s 30 most promising healthcare professionals under the age of 30 by Forbes magazine.
Five for Friday: Exercise
Finnish expertise in exercise harnesses new technology and some good old-fashioned training to get people up and moving in a variety of ways.
Solar Foods to develop protein for Mars journey
Finnish company Solar Foods is teaming with the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Business Incubation Programme on food production for the colonisation of Mars.
VTT and Aalto fibre technologies win EU award
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and Aalto University’s new fibre production technologies have won the CO2 Reduction category at the European Commission’s RegioStars Awards.
Finnish brands win awards around Europe
It has been a good week for Finnish companies Virta, Fingrid and Canatu, with all three bagging awards at the CHARGE Awards or Automotive Brand Contest.
Finnish research cooks up ingredients for success
VTT Research Centre of Finland is co-operating on new innovations in the food industry and 3D printing, and compares very well in terms of funding from the world’s largest research funding programme.
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.
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.
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.