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Results of research and art visible in the new web service

Research.aalto.fi brings together publications and scientific and artistic activities.

The new web service research.aalto.fi shows up-to-date and comprehensive information about Aalto University’s research, publications, artistic activity, infrastructures, activities and much more.

The information can be browsed, for example, through a person’s profile, by discipline or by organisation. The service includes about 3 500 academic people and 94 000 individual outputs.

The system also serves as a link to the open publication archive for the university. Through the system, it is possible to read open access research publications and download doctoral theses as online versions.

At a later stage, the research.aalto.fi service will give access to open research data at Aalto University, and open infrastructure resources.

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