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Some of our most popular news this year: 1. A dancer’s brain develops in a unique way https://bit.ly/2Lqikj7 2. Kirsti Lonka: Education lifted Finland out of poverty, but we need to keep developing to remain at the cutting edge https://bit.ly/2Lqg6Ar 3. Personalised leukaemia treatment and faster adoption of new drugs: four breakthroughs leading towards more effective cancer treatment https://bit.ly/2ScBf3s 4. The first-ever insect vaccine PrimeBEE helps bees stay healthy https://bit.ly/2R9rupB 5. Researchers propose five distinct types of diabetes https://bit.ly/2R3L1I3 6. Northern peatlands will store more carbon as the planet warms https://bit.ly/2LsMu5x 7. Finnish study shows that most common shoulder operation is no more beneficial than placebo surgery https://bit.ly/2A6CUAC 8. Unknown disorders suffered by thousands – who will defeat mitochondrial diseases? https://bit.ly/2pej5C2 9. Psychiatric disorders share an underlying genetic basis https://bit.ly/2Ls27Kp 10. Finland is challenging the entire world to understand AI by offering a completely free online course - initiative got 1 % of the Finnish population to study the basics https://bit.ly/2Se3X44
Changing a bit of the world by making pollinators healthier: edible vaccine for honey bees by #PrimeBEE @helsinkiuni #slush18 #bytdk #dalananimalhealth #helsinkisustainability
We can now vaccinate bees against severe microbial diseases! Or rather, our people who created the PrimeBEE vaccine can. Slushers, meet the scientist-entrepeneurs who are going to save the honeybees. #HelsinkiImpact #Slush18 @DalialFreitak https://t.co/bLdHhsv4YX
Saving the bees, exporting preschool, artificial skin... We're bringing science to #Slush again! This year we come with 13 of our research-based startups and projects. Truly awesome stuff, take a look! #HelsinkiImpact #Slush18 @SlushHQ https://t.co/qA2koYN90Y
Researchers have created the first-ever vaccine for honey bees and other pollinators. Since pollinators are central for providing food, the vaccine could have a tremendous impact. It could end the decline in pollinator numbers.
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.
In the absence of bees, flies are responsible for pollination in the Arctic region | University of Helsinki https://t.co/jW0AuMK9X2 #BYTDK #MMTDK #HelsinkiSustainability