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The Federation of Finnish Technology Industries donates 5 million euros

According to President Tuula Teeri we can keep building a stronger industry and Finland with the help of the donation.

Professor Antti Oulasvirta from Aalto University talked about his work at the interface of technology and human interaction. Photo: Federation of Finnish Technology Industries

- We hope that our example will encourage others to participate in university fundraising and subsequently help improve the quality of education and research. With this donation, we want to especially support the profiling and specialisation of universities as well as cooperation between universities, explains Jorma Turunen, CEO of The Federation of Finnish Technology Industries.

- We thank the Federation of Finnish Technology Industries for the donation that will help us keep educating experts who have the ability and vision to change the world, says Tuula Teeri, President of Aalto University.

- We can already see that the multidisciplinary work of our research on for example digitalisation and health technology has generated new information and innovations. With the help of the donation from the Federation of Finnish Technology Industries, we can keep building a flourishing industry, a stronger Finland and a better world.

 

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