The University of Helsinki is going to the start-up convention Slush Helsinki to show off innovations from various fields of top research. The University’s Slush section will feature a total of 13 innovations at different stages of the commercialisation process. “Companies based on top research or innovations just entering the commercialisation process are unique investment targets. Investors can take their pick from medical innovations to education export,” says CEO Jari Strandman from Helsinki Innovation Services. The University of Helsinki’s HiLIFE institute is bringing life sciences to the Slush Y Science event.