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How can bio-based materials be adopted as an alternative to synthetic plastics on an industrial scale? Is it possible for environmentally friendly textile production to be profitable?
Materials Matter, and Fragile Water, two popular Aalto University exhibitions, are being featured as part of the Finnish EU presidency, which started at the beginning of July, and which runs for six months.
Aalto University, the City of Savonlinna and South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences step up their collaboration
The goal is to spur innovations in bioeconomy.
Aalto University received EUR 9.2 million or 18 percent of the funding allocated.
The total funding granted by the Academy of Finland’s Research Council for Natural Sciences and Engineering is 8.9 million euros.
FinnCERES is broadening its operations and is looking for talented and motivated doctoral students or postdoctoral researchers.
Professor of functional nanomaterials would like to combine technology and art in her research.
Jukka Tuomi, Research Director, died on 11 April 2019 by a rapidly progressing illness. He was one of the world's leading 3D printing experts. In remembrance of him we republish this Everyday choices interview on the Aalto University Magazine issue 20. The column focuses on the personal choices experts make in association with their field of research.
Unexpected result from acoustics experiment could have applications in biomedical and microsystems research
Waste incineration by-products can contain a great deal of valuable and heavy metals. These metals should not be wasted.
EIT RawMaterials supported start-up IMA Engineering is proud to launch its Drill Cuttings Sampler-Analyser
With the new version of the PDSA Sampler-Analyser you can analyse the entire production bench before charging with explosives.
From recycled materials to Ioncell fabric, Aalto fashion design will light up the Fashion Meets Sustainability event in Paris
In its present form, the clothing industry is a polluter of water systems and a climate baddy. Materials recycling is not a sufficient answer, the whole system must change instead, says an expert on the circular fashion economy.
3-year Memorandum of Understanding aims to promote bioeconomy and circular economy.
Researchers from Aalto University and Northeastern University (China) have demonstrated a solid oxide fuel cell based on a single-oxide SrTiO2 electrolyte. A high power density of 620 mW per cm2 with hydrogen as fuel was obtained. The electrolyte forms a mixed proton and oxygen ion conductor with a core-shell structure
AScI funding awarded to planning future energy systems and to designing penguin-inspired active surfaces
Each programme to receive funding of €150 000 over three years.
The Materials Platform organizes photoshoot sessions for materials samples on a regular basis. All Aalto University researchers who are involved in materials research are invited to participate.
Kilonpuisto School and their Erasmus+ programme receive a guided tour of the exhibition from Product and Spatial Design Master's student Ariane Relander on 01 March 2019.
Appreciating local food and ingredients is a well-established phenomenon in food culture. But there is also a high demand for local, small-batch ceramics.
Artificial human tissues and nature’s super coatings – the materials exhibition that took Slush by storm is now coming to Otaniemi
Come along to Aalto University and learn about the latest developments in materials research. At the same time, you can also admire the Ioncell dress worn by Finland’s First Lady Jenni Haukio at the Independence Day Reception.