The Geological Survey of Finland, VTT and Aalto University work together with industry to develop solutions for the needs of a carbon-neutral and resource-efficient society.
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Until the renovation began, Vuorimiehentie 2 was used by the Department of Chemistry and Materials Science.
Today, it houses the Department of Chemistry and Materials Science again as part of the common facility project Circular Raw Materials Hub and provides free project and studio space for the Aalto community as Space 21.
Circular Raw Materials Hub
The project to develop a shared facility for Aalto University’s Department of Materials Science, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and the Geological Survey of Finland will lead to significant research cooperation on inorganic materials. Circular Raw Materials Hub offers an excellent opportunity for intensifying cooperation and networking, as well as for creating a unique center of competence in utilizing streams of raw materials, among other things. The shared use of facilities, devices and research infrastructure is also cost-effective.
Space 21 is for unexpected ideas, outcomes and encounters. It is a cluster of rough, free project spaces that Aalto offers to encourage experimenting and creative collaboration within its community. Students, staff and faculty are all equally welcome to make their ideas reality, let their radical creativity flow free and explore the realms of unexpected.
In the building
Coworking spaces – Aalto Campus Membership
With the Aalto Campus Membership, your company can join the Aalto community through coworking spaces located on the Otaniemi campus and built around the university's interdisciplinary themes.