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A study that correlates the sound of the Northern Lights with the Schumann resonances
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?
Results of the joint application for higher education have been published in the Studyinfo service
Times Higher Education rankings places Aalto in the shared 1st spot in the Nordic countries among universities under 50 years old
The European Commission has granted funding to the UNITE! alliance of seven European technical universities.
Altogether eight subjects rank in the top 100 worldwide
Aalto University received EUR 9.2 million or 18 percent of the funding allocated.
Funding was granted by three Academy of Finland Research Councils: Biosciences, Health and the Environment; Culture and Society; Natural Sciences and Engineering
Teemu Leinonen Elected Member of Cumulus Association Executive Board
Colour coding the packaging material of daily consumer goods would facilitate recycling but a cleaner and homogeneous recycling fraction would also enhance the opportunity for waste reuse.
Attend the lectures and follow the conferment events online on 13 and 14 June starting at 13.00.
The university frees up capital for university’s research, teaching, digitalization and campus development.
The route for pedestrians and cyclists will be moved during the first week of June.
The university’s values, purpose and way of working will be presented to the board for discussion in June.
Aalto University’s application was ranked number one by the international peer expert panel.
The construction is prepared by tree felling in May.
The winning proposal creates a zone of silence from the busy staircase.
The theme of the collection is Human Approach, and it follows the percent for art principle.
The funding for the five-year Academy Research Fellow and the three-year Postdoctoral Researcher posts was awarded by the Academy of Finland's Research Council for Natural Sciences and Engineering.
Students and developers all over Europe took part in the 48-hour hackathon