The Academy of Finland’s April 2015 call included three SRC programme calls: Disruptive Technologies and Changing Institutions attracted 46 applications, Equality in Society attracted 35 applications and A Climate-Neutral and Resource-Scarce Finland attracted 49 applications.
The biodegradable plant material and bacteria that enter water bodies from drainage basins are of poor quality and offer only minor added value to the food chains in lakes.
Åbo Akademi University needs to articulate a distinctive perspective on its differentiation and profiling. So says Professor Mikko Hupa, whose term as the new rector of Åbo Akademi University started in January 2015
Researchers at the Nanoscience Center of the University of Jyväskylä, Finland, have shown that dramatic changes in the electronic properties of nanometre-sized chunks of gold occur in a well-defined size range. Small gold nanoclusters could be used, for instance, in short-term storage of energy or electric charge in the field of molecular electronics.
The European Association for Signal Processing (EURASIP) has awarded its 2015 Technical Achievement Award to professor Visa Koivunen from Aalto University, Finland. The Technical Achievement Award is given to a scientist who has made significant research contributions in signal processing theory and applications