Fighting the flames – better together

23. April 2018

The fundamental questions of sustainable development are integral in our business research as well, says Professor Minna Halme.

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  • sustainable_development
  • sustainainability
  • Aalto_University_Magazine
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What if the world’s cattle munched on Finnish wood?

23. April 2018

A new manufacturing method will open entirely new markets for microcrystalline cellulose. It could be used, for example, to enrich animal fodder.

Other

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  • magazine_22
  • MCC
  • Aalto_University_Magazine
  • magazine
  • cellulose

Visionary realist

23. April 2018

Mika Anttonen, a billionaire who made his fortune by refining oil, spends a lot of time and money in search of alternative energy solutions.

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  • Renewable_energy
  • Aalto_University_Magazine
  • alumni
  • magazine
  • energy

Turning off the tap

23. April 2018

There is no single solution to the shortage of water, but applying several might get the job done.

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  • water_engineering
  • water_technology
  • water
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  • olli_varis
  • solar_energy
  • magazine

Rare metals need efficient recycling

20. April 2018

How can the valuable ingredients of batteries be recovered? What could replace bismuth, tellurium and many other rarities? These issues are being examined by the CloseLoop project.

Other

  • magazine_22
  • CloseLoop
  • battery
  • Metallurgy
  • Circular_Economy
  • raw_materials
  • Aalto_University_Magazine
  • magazine

Overalls on and into the cleanroom! – students get a guided tour of micro- and nanotechnology from top experts

20. April 2018

Students from Olari and Pohjois-Tapiola Upper Secondary Schools learnt about micro- and nanotechnology on a top course run by Aalto and the Technical Research Centre of Finland (VTT).

Studies

Professor Guy Julier has trust in being lost

20. April 2018

Design should be done with publics, says Professor Julier who also wants to learn more about the growing world of self-organization – and skating.

Science and art

  • installation_talks
  • art
  • design

Diamond-like carbon is formed differently to what was believed – machine learning enables development of new model

19. April 2018

Customised carbon surfaces can be used in areas such as medical science and water purification.

Press releases

Academy of Finland Flagship funding for Aalto University and VTT to develop new biomaterials

18. April 2018

Aalto University and VTT will set up a competence center to develop new materials for securing a sustainable future.

Science and art Press releases Cooperation

  • biomaterials
  • sustainainability
  • bioeconomy

Young people seeking solutions for better future

18. April 2018

Millennium Youth Prize is a new technology competition for 14 to 18-year-olds.

Press releases Other

A new Bose–Einstein condensate created at Aalto University

16. April 2018

Researchers at Aalto University, Finland are the first to create a Bose–Einstein condensate of light coupled with metal electrons, so-called surface plasmon polaritons.

Science and art

  • qd

'Finland is a great place to start a company'

16. April 2018

Tiina Nyman, President of Aaltoes, sees entrepreneurship as an invaluable learning opportunity.

Other

  • aaltoes
  • entrepreneurship

'Driving Disruption – Envisioning the Future of Businesses' chosen as title for student conference

16. April 2018

Aalto University School of Business to host CEMS Nordic Forum from 17 to 20 April.

Studies Cooperation

Artificial intelligence frees the blind of their white cane

12. April 2018

Third place and honorary award for Aalto University in innovation competition.

Honored

The future of concrete is 3D

10. April 2018

Professor Jouni Punkki examines the new possibilities of concrete and makes spectacular sculptures of it.

Science and art

  • sculpture
  • 3D_printing
  • concrete

HAMK and Aalto University to engage in strategic cooperation

10. April 2018

Areas of cooperation are pedagogy, education paths and innovation activities.

Cooperation

  • Häme_university_of_applied_sciences
  • HAMK

Life-span of new solar cell technologies to increase even tenfold with methods developed in doctoral study

9. April 2018

New types of solar cells lose their effectiveness as they age because electrolyte in them loses colour, which indicates a decrease in charge carriers.

Press releases Science and art

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Searching for alternative and sustainable solutions for renewable energy storage

9. April 2018

Mitigation of climate change requires increasing the use of renewable energy and the development of storage.

Science and art Cooperation

  • energy_storage

Aalto University accepts 1 116 applicants for master's studies

6. April 2018

The number of applicants increased by 2%.

Studies

  • Master
  • admission_results

ERC Advanced Grants for Peter Liljeroth and Orlando Rojas

6. April 2018

The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded their €2.5-million-each Advanced Grants to Aalto University professors Peter Liljeroth and Orlando Rojas.

Science and art

  • STM

The traits of fast typists discovered by analysing 136 million keystrokes

5. April 2018

An online study with 168,000 people shows large variation in typing speeds and styles.

Press releases Science and art

  • interfaces
  • human-computer_interaction
  • typing
  • UX

Borrow a researcher for an hour – top digital experts offer free Skype conversations and coaching 23–27 April

4. April 2018

Are you interested in 5G, blockchains, crowdsourcing or perhaps digital ethics? Call a researcher week offers a unique opportunity to have a chat with experts.

Science and art Press releases Cooperation

How can I join working life? Am I good enough? – Participate in the mentoring programme as a mentor or actor

3. April 2018

Applications for the Aalto University mentoring programme are accepted from 3 April to 3 May.

Cooperation

  • mentoring
  • alumni

Lux Helsinki to become the most sustainable light art festival in Europe by 2020?

3. April 2018

Students developed a measurement system tailored to light art festivals and a collaboration platform.

Studies Cooperation

  • lux_helsinki
  • student_project
  • customized_business_project
  • sustainability

Deep inside Perseus A – A telescope larger than the Earth makes a sharp image of the formation of black hole jets in the core of a radio galaxy

3. April 2018

An international team of researchers has imaged newly forming jets of plasma from a massive black hole with unprecedented accuracy.

Press releases

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