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The students’ research work gave Pohjola Insurance and OP Life Assurance companies an important overall insight to sustainable insurance business
Customers and investors are expecting insurers to undertake sustainability actions in all the business activities
Five Aalto students belong to the Finnish Championship winning synchronised skating team Team Unique
The skaters studying at different Aalto schools are Aalto’s Urhea athletes
FinnFiberColor – Spun cellulose fibres and sustainably colored textiles
The FinnFiberColor project develops sustainable solutions for manufactured cellulose fibre processes. The project has enhanced the understanding of the properties of new kinds of textile fibres and assessed the consumer perception of fabrics created from alternative materials.
How does hydrogen actually work as a fuel? Research project receives 1.7 million euros to study hydrogen combustion
The goal of the project financed by Business Finland is to speed up the development of emission-free marine technology, among other things.
Kaisu Savola: ‘The 1960s and 1970s saw a change in the values of Finnish design’
I claim series presents Kaisu Savola, who explores a generation of design students and design professionals in Finland, in the 1960s and 1970s, as they became aware of the two contradictory faces of design.
Building an understanding of quantum turbulence from the ground up
Researchers show how energy disappears in quantum turbulence. The discovery paves way for a better understanding of turbulence in scales ranging from the microscopic to the planetary
DNA origami boosts electrochemical biosensor performance
New results provide a platform for more efficient, selective, and sensitive DNA biosensors that can be used in detecting various pathogens and diseases.
Pharmaca, VTT, Aalto University and Finnish Centre for Client and Patient Safety launch Innovation Ecosystem Project for Medication Safety
Aim of project is to improve knowledge of medication safety and promote use of technical solutions supporting medication safety in different sectors and organisations
What should decision-makers know about green hydrogen?
How can green hydrogen help make the world a better place, and how can Finland encourage its development and uptake? We’ve compiled a concise information package on green hydrogen for decision-makers.
How can AI affect creative writing and online education? Online Hybrid Lab welcomes its new master's thesis worker, Aayush Kucheria.
Online Hybrid Lab is the place for new discoveries, progressive research, and developing expert views on Aalto University's digital educational strategy.
Various career paths: Markus Puhakka develops a family-run horticultural business and enjoys gardening in the spring
Puhakka, who also considered the profession of a wilderness guide, studied marketing and international business management at the School of Business. Now he combines his business expertise with garden work in a Finnish family business specialising in horticulture.
Napping pods to the campus - suggest the places for 'em!
Napping pods will be installed on the campus during spring-summer 2023.