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WiTLAB guesting on the Hopeful Globe Podcast

Aalto WiTLAB was the guest on an episode of the Hopeful Globe Podcast by the University of Turku.

The Hopeful Globe Podcast series is a collaboration between Institutes of Higher Education, sharing inspiring stories across the globe.

In this episode, Professor Saija Hollmén talks about the newly developed Aalto WiT Programme - the 5-month transdisciplinary professional diploma programme developed together with partner organisations and hosted by the World in Transition Research LAB at Aalto University.

Hopeful Globe Podcast: Aalto WiTLAB

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