Current cultivation techniques release carbon from fields into the atmosphere, where carbon dioxide warms up the climate. Through research, we are looking into which agricultural practices can curb carbon loss from arable land and turn these fields into carbon sinks.
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Our professors Pekka Martikainen (demographics) and Jouko Väänänen (mathematics) have received the prestigious ERC Advanced Grant. Huge congratulations! https://www2.helsinki.fi/en/news/science-news/funding-of-eu2.5-million-to-research-in-health-inequalities-as-well-as-the-logic-of-the-concepts-of-dependence-and-independence?utm_medium=social_owned&utm_source=facebook
New research project with eigh research institutions aims to boost the transition to climate-smart livestock management in East Africa. https://www2.helsinki.fi/en/news/science-news/research-boosts-the-transition-to-climate-smart-livestock-management-in-east-africa?utm_medium=social_owned&utm_source=facebook
Morning everyone! Time for the summer takeovers to... well, take over!
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Spring (summer?) has finally arrived to Helsinki and I've taken time off from this account. BUT I want to start this "PhD assumptions" series…
Hot #UEP_research-news! Our contributions got recognised by @Reuters, as the group leader S. Juhola was listed among the top 500 climate scientists, being one of 5 @helsinkiuni-researchers on the list. Read more from our blog (in 🇬🇧&🇫🇮). #WeAreHelsinkiUni https://t.co/1mfIlK4ldq
On 15 April, the research group Fin-HIT celebrated its 10th anniversary with a full-day seminar that went under the theme "The cornerstones o…
If you are interested in materials research, we highly recommend our fantastic MATRES and MATRENA (MSc and PhD) programs that cover all these areas 😊 @KumpulaScience @helsinkiuni #helsinkiuni #wearehelsinkiuni https://t.co/e5EXn5NEwA
Happy Mother's Day! 💙 Today, we celebrate mothers in Finland and in many other places around the world.
To mark the day, we chose seven rece…
Combination of Genomics and Lipidomics.
Cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death worldwide and kills more than 17 million li…
Congratulations @LuxenhoferLab! @LuxenhoferLab is part of our MATRES study track on polymer materials @KumpulaScience @helsinkiuni. For more info on his research and team: https://t.co/PNnTDhdYRv #helsinkiuni #helsinkichemistry #wearehelsinkiuni 😊 https://t.co/qYgn0tpjzl
I’m Keerthana, a third year Ph.D. student from the Doctoral Program in Biomedicine (DPBM).
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When a dog behaves aggressively towards humans, the root cause is often fear. Researchers also identified significant differences between breeds.
How it's already May?!? Time to look back what happened in April ⏪
🐰April started with much needed Easter break, didn't think about PhD stu…
Join us on May 27th for the Afternoon Talk of May! Bram Berntzen will talk about obesity! https://t.co/jK7VVkG6uZ ⠀⠀⠀ The event is part of the Year of Research-based Knowledge! @tttv2021 ⠀ #scicomm #tsb #universityofhelsinki #myhelsinki #tttv21 #tutkituntiedonteemavuosi
Save the date of the Afternoon Talk of May!!! 😀⠀
Bram Berntzen will talk to us about obesity! ⠀
Gather your questions and curiosity and J…
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.
Colours tell researchers how organisms adapt to their environment. They can show, how and why different animals see colours. @JohannaMappes #colours #ecology #NewProfessors https://t.co/KRWBOQQmXr
Genes have great relevance to the development of rheumatic diseases and related prognoses. Finnish rheumatologists conduct excellent research collaboration to improve the treatments. #rheuma #HelsinkiHealth #NewProfessors https://t.co/uYGTUo3qD4