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Don't let your remembers disappear. Stay close and Keep going! 🔥🏄
November Morning at 07.15 🌛
#northern#europe #darkness #finland #helsinki #morning #tisdag #november #moment #idag #mittliv #kruununhaka #kro…
Are you planning to travel in Northern Europe? Find out more about lovely Finnish towns and cities!
#hcxo #hercampus #hercampushelsinki #hche…
Necesito ver de vez en cuando esta imagen en vivo 😭 Fue demasiado romántico ver Helsinki nevada a mi regreso el año pasado. La ciudad se vuel…
Hace tiempo expliqué en qué consistía este maravilloso lugar de Helsinki 🇫🇮, y hace unos días subí un video comentando los motivos por los qu…
#Helsinki in its purely glory!🇫🇮 Thank you @_jannna & @georg.wait.for.it for warmly welcoming me in your city, kiitos📍🙏🏻
Less is more. •
#helsinki #finland #scandinavia #scandinaviandesign #scandinavian #modern #modernarchitecture #library #librariesof…
A quick and vertical nap in the middle of Nuuksio National Park, less than one hour close to Helsinki city centre 🤤🐝🌲🌳🦎
I lived a dream
#yesterdaynight 📸 Galaxy note8
#finland #lapland #suomi #aurora #north…
Call it magic
#northernlights 📸 Hero 5 session
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After 3 nights finally we found you!
Amazing night spent hunting the northern lights. An unbilievable moment that it's really difficult to e…
A botanical garden @universityofhelsinki #universityofhelsinki #helsinki #finland #scandinavia #scandinavian #scandinaviandesign #europe #nor…
Feeling at home ♥️
Smooth seas never made a skilled sailor 🏄🏻 ♂️🚣🏼 ♂️
Remember that everyone has a palace inside of their ruins. 💎
When Autumn meets Winter. ❄️🍂 So good to be back in Helsinki!
The 4th country of the trip, Finland
#TravericEUn2017 #NorthernEurope #Europe #Finland #Helsinki #HelsinkiCathedral #cathedral #church #Uni…
Leopardisammakko (Lithobates pipiens). Take a leap! 🐸 #luomus#luonnontieteellinenmuseo#bones#naturalhistorymuseum#helsinginyliopisto#taxiderm…
The King in the North!!! 🙌🏽😬 This is the moment when we arrived to Nordkapp, breathtaking what will come the day after... I have just uploade…
Savage! 🐉🇳🇴 You never know when something will appear in your life so, be ready for the best. Amazing moments when reindeers had priority in…
Road to Nordkapp. The next days I will be sharing a couple of photographs about my Lapland trip before the Northern Lights video will be rele…
Photography Exhibition Presentation 📸😊
Durante todo el mes de enero en el Espacio Joven de Valladolid (Paseo Zorrilla 101). En ella podréis v…
Down in Helsinki. 🚇⏬🇫🇮
Let's travel somewhere
#helsinki #finland #erasmus #northerneurope #suomi #botanicgarden #universityofhelsinki
The stairs to the source of information. #universityofhelsinki #helsinki #stairsandsteps #university #landscapephotography #landscape #maisem…
Northern peatlands slow climate change over the coming decades, new research suggests. Rising temperatures will lengthen the growing season in northern latitudes, which allows plants growing in northern peatlands to absorb more carbon from the atmosphere through photosynthesis. Once these plants die, the acidic and waterlogged conditions of peatland environments slow the decomposition process.
Northern peatlands will store more carbon as the planet warms | University of Helsinki #HelsinkiSustainability https://t.co/lEE8Fvmr77
Want to help with a research project? Try collecting bat droppings. A Finnish research group is looking for volunteers to help them to study Northern bats, a bat species found from England to Japan and down to northern India. These long-lived animals are affected by the climate change, so researchers want to see the changes and to model them.
Lynchian rabbits in the wilderness in Northern Finland #värriö #helsinginyliopisto #luonnon_tutkimusasema #ilmarilevanesittää #DavidLynch @LynchFoundation @DavidLynchArt
In Finland, furs were commonly used in burials until the 14th and 15th century, and in northern Finland as late as the 17th century. In cremation, bear skins were particularly popular, while Finnish forest reindeer and elk skin were commonly used in burials. “Wrapping bodies in fur is a tradition born already among hunting cultures. The continuation of this tradition all the way to early recorded history and, in Lapland, up to the 17th century, speaks of the preservation of a spiritual culture connected with hunting”, says doctoral candidate Tuija Kirkinen.
The moment the Sun crosses the celestial equator and equalizes night/day is the first day of Spring in the Northern Hemisphere. It's called #Nowruz which is celebrated in 20 countries around the world (https://t.co/mUchCAx0Km). Happy New Year 🎉🎊 #HelsinkiUni #WeareHelsinkiUni
Salmon spawning in their home river have the edge in mating over would-be lovers born in other streams. This was the discovery of a new study examining the sex lives of Atlantic salmon in northern Finland.
It was long assumed that only Baltic flounders reside in the Gulf of Finland (northern Baltic Sea). Now researchers have discovered that European flounders were in fact once the most abundant species there. However, they have almost completely disappeared. European flounders have been mistaken for Baltic flounders for decades. Researchers only discovered a few years ago that they are, in fact, two species. Dynamics of fish stocks can be more complex than what they seem due to mixed populations of undiscovered species. Sometimes such cryptic species can disappear before we even notice they are there.
Archeologists have created a method to study Stone Age dietary culture and fishing without salmon bones. It is remarkable, because northern areas so far only six bones have been identified in over 100 years of archaeological exploration.
Thousands of years ago people fed on salmon in Northern Finland. Oldest salmon bones found by archaeologists @helsinkiuni @wearehelsinkiuni @alphagalieo @archaelogybuzz @hbriggs #archaeology @FishConGen @piapurra Read more: https://t.co/GudHaQJ979
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
Reduced snow cover may be an even larger threat to the Arctic plants than rising temperatures. Snow provides shelter for plants from winter-time extreme events. At the same time it shortens the length of growing season, which prevents the establishment of more southern plants. Many of the northern plant species are already endangered, which makes their conservation an urgent challenge.
Happening in #Helsinki: The super week of learning full of conferences & events. 18-19 September @Dare_ToLearn: The largest international learning festival in Northern Europe celebrates learning as a lifestyle w/dozens of @HelsinkiUni teachers #HelsinkiEdu https://t.co/8is2AwNOz9
The North Atlantic circulation is sensitive to disturbance, with major effects in Northern Europe, according to the results of a recent study published in Nature Communications. The research team utilized intelligent computer algorithms based on machine learning. “Our results show that the oceanic circulation was, in fact, perturbed the last time climate was warmer than today. This is where our study significantly adds to the prediction of future climate”, says postdoctoral researcher Sakari Salonen.
European Ethnology PhD student from the University of Helsinki among the finalists in the My Northern Project Competition | University of Helsinki https://t.co/sZKyfY4r83 #helsinkiuni #tutkimus
Lauri Turpeinen, a PhD student in European Ethnology @helsinkiuni is among the finalists selected for the My Northern Project Competition at the Arctic Circle Assembly in Iceland. Congratulations Lauri! @uarctic #WeAreHelsinkiUni #arctic https://t.co/cwXHqYEUYH
Why is populism on the rise in Europe and what’s the best way to respond to political violence? Would you like to experience Europe from a northern point of view? If your answer is yes, then apply to our International Master’s Progamme in European and Nordic Studies.