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Support the battle against the coronavirus

Our society faces a huge challenge caused by the global coronavirus pandemic. As the Aalto community, we will do our utmost to help in the midst of the crisis. You can donate to support the battle against the corona pandemic.
Aalto University Health Platform - Mikko Raskinen

As the coronavirus continues its advance, we are forced to contemplate what the university’s most important priority is during this exceptional time and it is essential for us to protect the health and safety of our community. We shall uphold our social responsibility, and therefore preventing the spread of the coronavirus and its harm to humans and society is of the utmost importance.

The Aalto community has significant expertise that is vital in tackling the pandemic crisis. As just one example, Aalto researchers are part of a team that is investigating the airborne transmission of the coronavirus investigating of the airborne transmission of coronavirus.

You can support the battle against coronavirus with a donation. The gifts donated to fight the coronavirus will be used for research and education that will help to solve the pandemic and the challenges it causes to the society. The president of the university will decide on the allocation between the projects.

Aalto University, Health Tech 3D Print, photo Mikko Raskinen

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Give your support to research and education related to the coronavirus pandemic. Donate now.

I fully encourage other researchers to do work on the coronavirus epidemic as it is really time to roll up the sleeves

Assistant professor Ville Vuorinen
kaksi naista istuu punaisilla tuoleilla studiossa keskustelemassa, taustalla musta verho ja keltainen lattia

What can we learn from the pandemic?

Aalto University's studio discussion focused on what the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us about the importance of the environment for health and wellbeing.

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Aalto helps

Our society faces a huge challenge caused by the global coronavirus pandemic. As Aalto community, we will do our utmost to help in the midst of the crisis. On this page, we are gathering information about initiatives and projects related to the coronavirus pandemic that are currently underway at Aalto University.

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Researchers modelling the spread of the coronavirus emphasise the importance of avoiding busy indoor spaces

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