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Research shows that when a government agency becomes a state-owned company, responsibilities for decision-making get less clear, and risk-taking and salaries can go up
Professor Korkeamäki joins Aalto from the Hanken School of Economics
The unique material outperforms most of today’s synthetic and natural materials by providing high strength and stiffness, combined with increased toughness
Neuroscientists link mammalian behaviour to its underlying neural code at the unprecedented resolution of individual nerve impulses for the first time.
Team behind the first black hole image awarded a multi-million dollar prize – Tuomas Savolainen is one of the awardees
Next up for the researchers is recording a video of gas entering the black hole.
Yle aims to recruit top talent from the technology and creative sectors and will join forces with Aalto University to expand their cooperation
Yle and Aalto University have reached an agreement on communicating about jobs, traineeships and exciting career paths for the students of Aalto. The Employer Services Key Customer Package will be valid for one year as a first step.
Researchers have designed the smallest ever spectrometer, which could turn a smartphone into a microscope
Speakers at the Aalto University opening ceremony included Minister of Science and Culture Hanna Kosonen and Chair of the Student Union Tapio Hautamäki. In connection with the opening ceremony, the School of Business building at the heart of the campus invited visitors.
The roadmap gives recommendations for EU policymakers towards a digital circular economy
Concepts of experimental psychology replicated in smart materials
The Finnish EU presidency is now in full swing and for September (when the EU level AV conference will take place), Aalto is offering two very different exhibitions to be on display at the Oodi library in Helsinki.
One of Helsinki Design Week's main events, Designs for a Cooler Planet, will showcase Aalto University's cross-cutting future prototypes, such as a nanocellulose bicycle, microbial headphones and Ioncell clothes
A recent study shows that native viruses can be employed as a scaffold to immobilise photoactive molecules to potentially oxidise organic pollutants present in wastewater, under visible light irradiation
According to the final report of ELEBOT project, the effect of Twitter bots was minimal during this year’s Finnish elections
The EU-funded BREAKBEN project promises better and more detailed brain scans
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.
Locally-based Haitian social entrepreneurs empower disaster-stricken villagers to rebuild and improve their communities
The Academy of Management Journal has just published a paper titled Collective emotions in institutional creation work, which has been produced at Aalto University School of Business in collaboration with the University of Birmingham. The paper addresses the often overlooked issue of how communities rebuild long after the NGOs have moved onto the next disaster.
The Maculaser heat treatment heats the back of the eye with a near-infrared laser while precisely controlling the temperature during the treatment. The goal is to treat age-related macular degeneration (AMD) in an individualised, safe and effective manner.
Heavy metal researchers, representatives of the music industry and artists meet for the first time in Otaniemi
The Modern Heavy Metal Conference will consider the authenticity and commercial appeal of the music, artists and culture.