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Professor of ecology Johanna Mappes: It is exciting to bring an evolutionary approach to practice
Strangers in night – A new species of mammal may have been found in Africa’s montane forests
Finnish Biomedical Imaging Node Accepted to Euro-BioImaging Research Infrastructure
Water and genes flow between two largest Baltic salmon rivers
Novel genomic tools increase accuracy of breast cancer risk assessment
Sustainability Science Days, Finland’s largest event in sustainability science, highlights need for radical change
Singing to preterm infants during kangaroo care reduces maternal anxiety and supports mother-infant relationship
New online platform lets anyone explore and learn about quantum technology
A donation was used to establish a new cancer research laboratory
Artificial intelligence helps scientists develop new general models in ecology
A consortium co-led by University of Helsinki awarded 2 million euros for research of severe paediatric SIRS
Extent of forest plant biodiversity change in response to forest management depends on habitat fertility
Carbon-Loaded Peatlands Can’t Be Ignored, scientists agree
Natural “Himalayan aerosol factory” can affect climate
Digital footprints in national parks and green spaces
Modified rye bran could turn unhealthy extruded snacks to healthy ones
Gaia space telescope measured acceleration of Solar System
Antarctic Thomas Glacier named after new University of Helsinki Professor David N. Thomas
Researchers developed a sequence analysis pipeline for virus discovery
Risk of dyslexia can already be detected in infant’s brain – brain research provides ways to identify dyslexia risk
AI predicts which drug combinations kill cancer cells
Professor Emeritus Kari Alitalo receives honorary title of Academician of Science
Aalto-Helsinki student team awarded gold medal in iGEM 2020 Giant Jamboree
Ethics of AI online course urges us to consider what technology should be used for
Genetic study shows that risk of pre-eclampsia is related to blood pressure and body mass index
Properties of a promising stabiliser found in spruce can be adjusted using different extraction techniques
Nature is widely adapted to current climate – making it harder to adjust to a new one
Siberian primrose has not had time to adapt to climate change
Risk of developing mental disorders later in life potentially higher in children of low-income families
Mika Salminen is Alumnus of Year of University of Helsinki
Venture with Air competition attracted submissions from four continents – winning team’s software optimises
A bypass route for coronary vessels in heart?
University of Helsinki celebrates 13 researchers among world’s most cited scholars
Bioinformatic approaches facilitated new disease gene and genomic content discovery in dogs
“Cradle of Mankind” – can you help to transcribe African vertebrate fossil specimen cards into a database
Is there a Nordic Bible?
Compact hyperspectral cameras to be launched into space will generate information concerning Earth and solar system – Academy of Finland grants €1.2 million
Early-life diet and canine atopy can have a connection
VEIL.AI enables safe use of sensitive health data
Understanding rare type of diabetes gives insights into critical mechanisms of insulin production
Animals communicate in frequencies that we cannot hear
A type of cerebral haemorrhage considered rare causes more deaths among middle-aged women than other strokes
Host genetic variation shapes distribution of virus diversity in nature
Plant viruses hijack defence system of plants, but researchers may be able to find a way to strike back
Innovative approach to tendon repair
Future lake food webs in subarctic have more biomass and contain more omega-3 fatty acids
First-ever insect vaccine helps bees stay healthy
Much to learn about antiracism, a movement driven by more than one cause