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Matias Palva, Professor of Brain Signal Analytics, studies the mechanisms of the human mind and brain diseases
Understanding the brain mechanisms behind the diseases is important when developing targeted treatments
Finnish AI researchers have developed a deep learning system that may help detecting diabetic eye diseases, which could make doctors’ work easier and reduce healthcare costs
Suvi Laitinen wants to learn new things, especially in medicine, and with technology at the forefront
The EU-funded BREAKBEN project promises better and more detailed brain scans
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.
We chat to Ilkka Hyytiäinen and Juha Siivola who, along with Tuomas Planman will support the school as innovation advisors
Academic career wasn't a clear choice to Professors Friedrich Simmel and Francesco Ricci.
‘Brain Signals’ by Risto Ilmoniemi and Jukka Sarvas comprehensively reviews brain scanning techniques and the mathematics you need to analyse them
Understanding of computer science and mathematics becomes increasingly important in the field of DNA nanotechnology, says Professor Pekka Orponen
Professor Kurt Gothelf: The DNA origami method will undoubtedly influence development of new medicine
An invited speaker of Nantech2019, Kurt Gothelf, was one of the first scientists to develop DNA nanostructures
Advanced imaging technologies observe one brain area’s ability to rapidly sense our surroundings; lays groundwork for improvements to machine learning and robotics
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.
Through this collaboration, Terkko Health Accelerator can branch out from the Meilahti campus and leverage the technological resources and expertise of Aalto’s Otaniemi campus.
Researchers used brain scans to reveal the biases people feel towards people who are like them, even if they can’t see that they are like them
Fixing back problems and improving hygiene at music festivals: innovative ideas by this year’s undergraduate student projects
The theme of this year’s annual SCI course project was health and well-being
In the future, a new brain research method could be used to study creativity
Annual prize ceremony celebrates the best doctoral dissertations of the past year
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.
Scientific conferences are expensive, time-consuming and often involve a heavy carbon footprint. Luckily, there are alternatives.
Partnered with machine learning, brain scans reveal how people understand objects in our world.