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Towards a better world – steAAAm it!

Nanomaji represents Aalto University in CESAER’s new video campaign for a better world.

CESAER’s campaign, steAAAm it!, shows how science, technology, architecture, arts and mathematics can be used to build a better world and discover solutions to global challenges.

A new video will be published every Thursday on CESAER’s YouTube channel. The campaign consists of 51 videos, one from each of the CESAER network’s member universities.

Aalto University’s video is about Nanomaji, a water filter that began life as a student project. Nanomaji shows us how even the most complex problems may have simple solutions.

You can subscribe the steAAAm it! -videos on campaign pages.

Students of the Nanomaji project are:
Arturs Alsins - School of Engineering (Creative Sustainability in Real Estate)
Emma-Sofie Kukkonen - School of Arts, Design and Architecture (Industrial and collaborative design)
Meri Nihtilä - School of Chemical Engineering
Jymy Parhiala  - School of Arts, Design and Architecture (IDBM, Design)
Sanna Puhakainen - School of Business (IDBM, Business)
Tsui-Fan Tseng – School of Business

 

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