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The message of Aalto Junior’s Women’s Day event was that, in the field of technology, nothing is impossible for women. More than 100 participants from schools in Greater Helsinki had an opportunity to visit, among others, Aalto's space laboratory.
School of Chemical Engineering provides students with capacities to work for the climate, the environment and sustainable development.
The Vice Dean's term will begin on 1 April 2019.
Aalto University’s fifth Artist in Residence Matthew C. Wilson explores the entangled nature of ideas.
The main objective of BATCircle is to generate added value to sectors manufacturing battery metals and chemicals, and their circular economy.
Architecture improved its position, reaching 42nd place, while Business again made the top 100 in the recently published QS World University Rankings
Prime Minister Juha Sipilä with his five European colleagues visited Aalto University.
Michael Hummel will start in the beginning of May, 2019.
By broadening the scope of cooperation, Wärtsilä and Aalto University are looking to take on the challenges of climate change; scarcity of natural resources; and digitalisation together.
Finland could be a global leader in the research and innovations of inorganic raw materials and new materials in circular economy.
Nearly 60 employers were offering summer job vacancies to students at the Aalto Summer Job Day event
All Aalto University Bachelor’s and Master’s students were invited to the summer job fair.
Batteries are needed for energy storage and electric transport – both play a significant role in climate control. In addition, the continuous growth in consumer electronics usage further increases the demand for batteries.
This week, the Global Young Scientists Summit once again unites Millennium Technology Prize and Nobel Prize winners with some of the best young scientists from all over the world. Among them are Toni Pasanen and Juho Heiska from Aalto University.
Artificial human tissues and nature’s super coatings – the materials exhibition that took Slush by storm is now coming to Otaniemi
Come along to Aalto University and learn about the latest developments in materials research. At the same time, you can also admire the Ioncell dress worn by Finland’s First Lady Jenni Haukio at the Independence Day Reception.
Intelligent materials make the manufacturing ecosystems and companies’ business models more sustainable
Better use of information and materials requires intense and more open cooperation between companies.
2018 in a glimpse: materials revolution, Nobel laureates in economics, and students’ breathtaking art projects
This past year art and science were celebrated once again at Aalto University
Attitude, attitude and attitude - students received advice on working life at the School of Chemical Engineering's CHEM Career Forum
The Career Forum attracted more than 20 companies and nearly 300 students interested in working life and summer jobs.
The effects of tramadol vary individually. Now they can be monitored more accurately by quick measuring of drug concentrations.
With this new equipment, the output of Ioncell fibre can increase up to a hundredfold, enabling cooperation with even more companies.
EIT InnoEnergy call is an opportunity for Aalto researcher to get funding for such a research which is elemental part of a commercial innovation idea. InnoEnergy typical investment has been from 1-2 MEUR.