Games can open a discussion on #adaptation and #maladaptation but may also simplify reality too much #UEP_research @LiU_EnvChange @tinaneset #helsinkiuni @HELSINKISUS https://t.co/1prWKymO3e
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Decisions to #adapt to #climatechange have consequences. New paper by UEP members and @LiU_CSPR colleagues: Maladaptation in Nordic agriculture https://t.co/jSuI45bQX2 #UEPresearch #HELSUS #Helsinkiuni
It’s possible to feed the world. #foodsecurity is not just about #farming and distribution, but about #poverty #adaptation #peace and #science https://t.co/Mb9rZeHdrR
Helsinki University #helsinki #university #helsinginyliopisto #myhelsinki #streetphotos #helsinkiwinter #cityscape #wintervibes #adapting #no…
Indigenous peoples like the Sami are often quick to adapt new social media for activism, says Coppelie Cocq #newprofessors of European ethnology #wearehelsinkiuni @CoppelieC @helsinkiuni
Indigenous peoples like the Sami are often quick to adapt new social media for activism, says Coppelie Cocq #newprofessors of European ethnology #wearehelsinkiuni @CoppelieC
Researchers have discovered a new moth family from Eurasia. The species in this new Urodidae family are well adapted to hot desert conditions. The discovery is very special, because the region is relatively well known in terms of its butterflies and moths.
Next Brown Bag Lunch Seminar with HELSUS Assistant Professor Niko Soininen (Faculty of Law), who will give a presentation with the topic The role of law in adaptive environmental governance. Join us Fri February 1st 11.30-12.30! #HelsinkiSustainability
Researcher Kaius Sinnemäki investigates 150 different languages to find out how the structure of language adapts to the social structures of the speech community: for example, the size of the community, and how much a language is learnt as a second language. Sinnemäki received a competitive ERC Starting Grant for his research.
Only science-based decision making can foster an adaptive governance framework that promotes sustainable blue growth while maintaining good ecological status. #siksitiede #wearehelsinkiuni @Blueadapt https://t.co/0ATfkB18Af
University of Helsinki skyrockets to the 48th place on the Global Employability Ranking. The global employability ranking is based on a survey directed to the recruiters at top companies and aims to find out which universities are the best at preparing students for the workplace. The survey shows that the recruiters in most countries value skills such as collaboration and communication, critical thinking and the capacity to adapt and keep learning. The annual ranking lists the top 150 institutions worldwide for employability, based on a global survey of around 7,000 recruitment and international managers from major businesses. See the full results: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/student/best-universities/best-universities-graduate-jobs-global-university-employability-ranking
#ISEWclub for Business Collaboration getting welcomed by @mspahkal. Full day ahead at @helsinkiuni to discuss, learn, benchmark and adapt co-creation between business and universities. #wearehelsinkiuni
When bees are too busy, houseflies come to aid. Most of the fauna in the Arctic region take part in pollinating, yet during the busiest flowering weeks, there’s a shortage of such services. As climate change and other environmental changes intensify, insect-pollinated plants and their pollinator communities must adapt to new conditions in both Arctic and southern regions.
Minna Huotilainen #HelsinkiUni Talk on how neuroscience helps us understand Children's needs #ChildrensRightsInDesign #design #Children have very adaptive small brains 👬
What is current in research in different fields of science? What will be the next breakthrough? Welcome to the Professorien tervetuliaisluennot - Inaugural lectures on Wednesday 29 November. Craig Primmer is a professor in genomics in the Faculty of Biological and Environmental Sciences and the Institute of Biotechnology. The aim of his research is to understand which genes are important for allowing species living in the wild to adapt to their local conditions and how they respond to changes in those conditions. His research group studies salmon populations. The work is a mix of ecology, evolutionary biology and molecular genetics.
Lee Shulman: "We adapt and tailor our curriculum to engage the minds and hearts of students." @helsinkiuni http://t.co/qHziWNGzls