With this new equipment, the output of Ioncell fibre can increase up to a hundredfold, enabling cooperation with even more companies.
An Aalto University-designed and -produced dress made of birch trees shows how one day we will all look—and feel—good in sustainable fabrics
New materials play an important role in sustainable development and combatting climate change. New uses for old materials can also be a major industrial opportunity: for example, the value of biomass from forests in Finland can be doubled if used for manufacturing products of higher added value.
Aalto University and Singapore University of Technology and Design enter broad collaboration agreementThe collaboration will increase student exchanges, boost staff and faculty mobility, and advance innovation and entrepreneurship
A project coordinated by Aalto Global Impact will strengthen the capacity of universities to take hold of global development challenges.
The award was presented to Esko Kauppinen in recognition of his significant contributions to the development of nanosciences and nanotechnologies. Kauppinen’s research focuses on carbon nanomaterials and carbon nanobuds.
Research enhances understanding of sustainable production and consumption systems in circular economy
What does the recent research offer us in the fields of metal- and wood-based fiber systems for circular economy? How can we build sustainable business models and governance of circular systems? These issues were taken a closer look at Aalto Sustainability Hub’s seminar in November 2018.
The soothing soundscape designed for the new hospital was the first of its kind in Finland and unique in the world.
The cooperation between Fiskars and Aalto university started in 2017 by defining shared interest areas in the long term, and first concrete projects started in 2018.
The new space enables invigorating collaboration between businesses and Aalto University's researchers.
Suvi Laitinen and Lena Maula win Millennium Youth Prize by outlining a solution to Alzheimer disease treatment
Suvi Laitinen and Lena Maula win Millennium Youth Prize by outlining a solution to Alzheimer disease treatment. The competing innovators, aged 14-18, rose to the challenge of creating innovations in health technology and sustainable energy.
A generative soundscape in a hospital is the first of its kind in the world. Created by Sound in New Media students at Aalto Media Lab, the soundscape will be developed further on the basis of user studies and research over years to come.
Aalto Distinguished Professor Olli Ikkala awarded academic knighthood of the Ordre des Palmes académiques
Professor Ikkala was recognised for his contributions to advancing scientific partnerships between France and Finland.
Aalto University and the Xidian University develop together the next generation of wireless technology
Aalto University’s School of Electrical Engineering and Xidian University in Xian, China have established a joint research laboratory on the next generation of wireless technology (post-5G and 6G), in particular the security technology needed for this.
The alumni event was organised jointly by the Seoul School of Integrated Sciences & Technologies (aSSIST) and Aalto University.
Event highlights of Aalto
This exhibition comes from my curiosity towards finding a form of representing mathematical concepts through music in a clear and understandable way.