This year's Sustainability Science Days event revolves around destruction and creativity. How to fundamentally change societies, economies and lives in order to have a sustainable future? Check out the programme and register by May 13! #SSD2021 #TTTV21 https://t.co/g0zdXiO95A
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Finland's success in rankings has made people aware of global comparisons. Paradoxically, precisely those institutional elements in terms of which Finland fares so well, are being developed and also rapidly changing. #PoliticalScience #NewProfessors https://t.co/xPLqEolIiP
Econometric methods are primarily used to analyse economic datasets, but lately, they've been increasingly adopted by climate change research. That opens up new application opportunities for professor Jani Luoto's research. #statistics #economy #climate https://t.co/DAeLIIwDgS
Quantum technologies will change our society in a profound way, since they promise to make currently impossible computational tasks possible. https://www2.helsinki.fi/en/news/science-news/quantum-technologies-can-revolutionise-healthcare-and-the-way-we-produce-energy-and-food?utm_medium=social_owned&utm_source=facebook
Intellectual disability is usually not inherited and rarely recurs in siblings. It is most often caused by changes to the genome during early foetal development.
We warmly welcome you all to celebrate the first year of Changing Education Master's Programme with our participatory panel, pictures and mus…
Tiia Laurila, a doctoral student, got a work trip of a lifetime: she joined a research expedition in the Arctic Ocean. She witnessed first-hand the dramatic effects of climate change. #polarstern #MOSAiCexpedition @PolarYear @yliopistolehti @DrFinland https://t.co/ZDjH9GP17A
That night a storm was brewing somewhere near the North Pole. A particularly raw wind blew over the ice floes. Moored to one of them was the icebreaker and research vessel, the Polarstern. Tiia Laurila, a doctoral student of ours and one of the Finnish members on the team specialised in atmospheric research, was still excited, despite the momentary ordeal of the weather conditions. The University of Helsinki participated in the project in 2020 together with a Swiss research group. The data gathered will be freely available in 2022.
Uusia professoreita juhlistava viikko tulee taas! Kymmenminuuttisilla luennoilla professorimme kertovat napakasti omasta tieteenalastaan ja omista tutkimuskysymyksistään. Tällä kertaa aiheina ovat muun muassa kaupunkiluonto, plasmapilvet ja hiilinielut.
Negative emotions about climate change impact young adults’ insomnia and mental health. The link between climate anxiety and mental health is the strongest in Finland, a recent study shows.
Negative climate change-related emotions impact young adults’ insomnia and mental health. The link between climate anxiety and mental health is the strongest in Finland. #HelsinkiSustainability #ClimateChange #MentalHealth #ClimateAnxiety https://t.co/Vcb92LNNOc
Are you an international student wondering which road to take after graduation? Would you like to know what skills are required to break into…
Sirkku Juhola is listed among the top 500 most influential climate researchers in the world. Congrats! As it happens, HUP will be publishing soon an #openaccess monograph by Juhola and David C. Major entitled 'Climate Change Adaptation in Coastal Cities'. #WeAreHelsinkiUni https://t.co/nlY0gBwXpM
The Finnish Municipal elections are to be held on Sunday 13th June, 2021 after being rescheduled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic whic…
Designed by Jussi Paatela and completed in 1939, Metsätalo, owned by the University of Helsinki, has been built for the use of the Faculty of…
Resistance to the populist backlash against international law and treaties has already changed how international law is made and unmade in a number of countries, says professor of law. #HelsinkiLaw #populism #politics #legislation @HelsinkiLaw https://t.co/VZmircPLQa
Resistance to the populist backlash against international law has already changed how international law is made and unmade in a number of countries, says professor of law.
I’m #NotJustMyPhD and will never be researcher 24/7. Starting my weekend by sharing 10 random, not PhD related, facts about me. Thanks agenom…
Are you seeking a job after graduation? Or are you curious about job opportunities in Finland after Master’s studies at the University of Helsinki? We recommend you to check out our blog, where Sofie tells valuable tips on job hunting!
Depression changes the way the brain processes information. It also affects how people with depression perceive brightness and contrast, a study finds.