Johanna Ivaska, biochemistry professor at the University of Turku, in southwestern Finland, tells us about her international team and the appealing working environment for researchers at Finnish institutions.
For the UN’s International Year of Indigenous Languages (2019), we talk to some of the people who are helping keep Sámi languages alive in Finland, and find out why that is so important. Hint: It’s a matter of communication, culture and identity.
The year Francisco Tárrega composed the waltz that later became the Nokia ringtone
Many Finnish people who are worried about climate change are also doing something about it. Towns and cities across Finland are having success with various strategies in the quest for zero emissions. Even small actions can have a large cumulative effect.
Four researchers from the University of Helsinki on board the German research vessel Polarstern are analysing the Arctic atmosphere and the processes that take place there, with the aim of creating increasingly accurate climate change models.
The world's northernmost metro station, in Helsinki
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