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My husband’s rare cancer encouraged us to support related research
Helping climate: A diet containing milled rapeseed reduces methane eructated by cattle
At its worst, measles eliminates a substantial proportion of immunological protection of patients
New professor of environmental research for Lammi Biological Station
Microbiome – a significant element at intersection of human genome and environment
Anna-Riia Holmström appointed as Finland’s first assistant professor in medication safety
Moprim identifies modes of transport and helps reduce carbon footprints
Computer vision identifies ripe fruit and counterfeit drugs
VEIL.AI enables efficient use of sensitive data
What are businesses allowed to do with data collected on software use? As of
Twenty years of fair trade – UniCafe joins in celebration
Menopause treatments are becoming personalized
New cutting edge research catamaran Augusta contributes to sea research in Baltic on
Talvivaara/Terrafame’s treated wastewater discharge pipeline leading to Lake Nuasjärvi has caused
Significant insect collection from Academician Hanski donated to Finnish Museum of Natural History
Distribution and origin of highly radioactive microparticles in Fukushima revealed
When termites cultivate fungi, queen gets best bits
Olli Silvennoinen appointed director of HiLIFE at University of Helsinki
Global biodiversity to be mapped with help of specialized automated equipment and statistical
Helsinki Brain & Mind, a new neuroscience hub, awarded ERDF funding
Activists in GDR opposed state but did not wish for unification of Germany
Mitochondrial Aging Theory questioned: aging is in nucleus
Specialists in atmospheric sciences are investigating particles in Arctic region for causes
Immigration should be studied from a multidisciplinary perspective
Data protection: New forms of community have led to stricter protection of privacy
Nanoform and AstraZeneca Initiate Technology Evaluation
A comprehensive atlas of genetic regulation of lipid metabolism published
Sea floor mineral deposits are common in northern Baltic Sea
Sea floor mineral deposits common in northern Baltic Sea
Research group from University of Helsinki awarded for research into genetic bases
A portrait of Professor Mart Saarma was unveiled in Viikki
Increasingly responsible investments by University of Helsinki – aiming for a carbon-neutral
New genes with an impact on diabetic nephropathy identified in a Finnish multicentre study
Artist residency at Hyytilä Research Station is looking for artists
Finnish ‘Elements of AI’ online course trains employees of European Union
International climate innovation summer school hosted for first time
Stakeholders involved in environmental disputes related to Lapland rarely find common ground
Rapid progress and emergence of junior researchers underway in cancer medicine
Novel anti-cancer nanomedicine for efficient chemotherapy
New findings in plant root and fungal interaction help resolve a step needed for more reliable
Studying vision in pitch-darkness shines light on how a mammal’s brain drives behaviour
An algorithm that reveals missing spent nuclear fuel pins awarded a prize
Immunotherapies bring hope to cancer patients
Allergic diseases increase risk of adult-onset asthma
Households feeding their dogs and cats with raw food do not consider diet a significant source
Amazon: On edge of burnt rainforest
Researchers develop a tool for rapid breakdown of cellular proteins
Neurobiological mechanisms behind schizophrenia may depend on gender