Finnish expertise sought for ESA nanosatellite
Finnish company Reaktor Space Lab and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland are involved in a European Space Agency (ESA) project to investigate a new frequency band for future telecommunication satellites.
Qt and Emergo speed up medical device approvals
Finnish software company Qt has partnered with global medical device regulatory consulting firm Emergo to accelerate the time-to-market of medical devices manufactured by Qt’s clients.
VitalSignum connects your phone with your heart
Born from a personal need, the Finnish Beat2Phone electrocardiogram (ECG) device and app has brought heart monitoring to the next level.
Finnish diagnostics solutions scan new markets
Finnish biotechnology company Medicortex has signed an agreement with Canadian Pro-Lab Diagnostics, while Nexstim has agreed to deliver its first Navigated Brain Therapy system to a private practice in New York.
Imagine establishes European operations in Finland
Australian intelligent materials company Imagine has chosen Finland as the location of its R&D-oriented European head office.
BC Platforms teams up with Sentieon
US company Sentieon will integrate its NGS data processing software into BC Platform’s genomics and clinical data solutions to enable precision clinical work on a population scale.
ZOAN is in the zone in VR
Helsinki-headquartered ZOAN has been involved in some of the most ambitious virtual reality projects in Finland.
Spektikor signals a change for emergencies
Designed for mass casualty situations and hazardous environments, these disposable heart rate monitors provide real-time patient assessment.
Rakka creates all-round immersive stories with VR
Rakka Creative, a startup founded in Tampere in 2015, uses virtual reality and 360-degree video to create immersive, personal and emotionally captivating audiovisual experiences.
Sleep easy – Valpas squashes the bedbug problem
Finnish startup Valpas has found a novel way to prevent bedbugs from contaminating hotel rooms, and is now setting its sight on beds worldwide.