World’s most prominent geoscientist, professor @MarkkuKulmala1 calls for a continuous #monitoring of interactions between our #planet’s surface and #atmosphere https://t.co/drechQboej @Nature #Global #Observatory #open #science #share #datascience
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Yesterday I gave my first public outreach talk about space exploration, it was such great fun! ☀️🛰
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Library Planet are moving towards the new year with some very strong contributions. Today featured Helsinki University Library – sleek design and a corkscrew staircase 🇫🇮❤️ @HULib @helsinkiuni https://t.co/Dwnty0IKt7 #libraryplanet #helsinkiuni #librarytourism
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
It will take years to transfer 13.3 million samples of animals, plants and fungi from the cabinets of the Finnish Museum of Natural History to the Internet. Carrying out this undertaking is a complex process, but the work is of vital importance. Quite literally: the future of our planet may depend on it.
Practising new or dangerous working situations beforehand and visiting places that are on the other side of the planet – virtual technology already helps students and researchers in many ways. ”There is a game-like element of play to virtual reality, which makes the experience more interactive. The issues being learned leave a stronger memory trace when the learning features more stimuli,” says Jani Holopainen, postdoctoral researcher and head of the Mixed Reality Hub team at the University of Helsinki.
Northern peatlands will store more carbon as the planet warms | University of Helsinki #HelsinkiSustainability https://t.co/lEE8Fvmr77
On average, Finns get 70 per cent of their protein intake from animal products. If we wanted to spare our planet, it should be a lot less. Anne-Maria Pajari, docent of nutrition, and her associates conducted a study to find out how replacing protein sources affects people's health and digestion.
Building up #Megasense consortium for Business Finland funding proposal with top Finnish information technology, mapping and measurement technology companies. Megasize business project of #Helsinkiuni to monitor and improve air quality on our planet. #SMEAR, #GIS #smartcity
Human impact on the planet is a radically new thing and we are not equipped to confront it, says Katharine Farrell @SunSkidding #HELSUS_ssd #HelsinkiSustainability
Ancient Manuscripts Contain Evidence of Planet Nine Claim Scientists #UniversityofHelsinki... https://t.co/lAtnwoDMHj
What benefits our planet, benefits us. #HELSUS #helsinkisustainability
Cool, the audience say. We @kumpulascience #helsinkiuni launched a virtual reality trip to centre of planet Earth @ResearchersNigh
#helsinkichallenge has more than 100 teams solving planet-sized challenges. https://t.co/GJGZhGV4aD