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Aalto University joins Node by Slush as the main partner

Aalto University joins Node by Slush to highlight and celebrate the university’s expertise in the field of multidisciplinary research and entrepreneurship.
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We at Aalto University firmly believe that fostering an entrepreneurial mindset in a unique research environment is the way to tackle the greatest challenges of our time.

In the role of the main partner of Node by Slush, a digital community hosted and curated by Slush, we will be actively present at the Node by Slush events, presenting our university’s diverse expertise in the field of multidisciplinary research and entrepreneurship.

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