A consortium led by the University of Turku has received two million euros in funding from Business Finland for the Dining Flow project, aiming to enhance diners’ and service providers’ experiences and to increase sustainability in self-service restaurants by reducing waste. The project is a part of KONE’s The Flow of Urban Life program within the Veturi initiative.
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Every year, the Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland TEK, Tekniska Föreningen i Finland TFiF and the Academic Association for Mathematics and Natural Sciences MAL present awards for the best doctoral thesis of the year, the best master’s thesis in engineering or architecture and the best master’s thesis in mathematics, physics or computer science.
The Research Council of Finland selected four new clusters of expertise to its Finnish Flagship Programme, and the University of Turku is a partner in two of the Flagships.
The universities in Turku launched in autumn 2021 a joint webinar series focusing on technology and sustainable development. Aboa Tech Talks will highlight new technologies and innovative technological research that can offer solutions to the complex global challenges of our time.
The Faculty of Technology has received the EUR-ACE accreditation for the Finnish Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes (Tech) in Information and Communications Technology. The accreditation is at first conditional for one year, until 8.9.2023.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization has awarded the ViLLE learning platform developed by the Centre for Learning Analytics at the University of Turku with the 2020 UNESCO King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize. The prize was awarded in Paris on 24 June.
Namibian students and teachers interacted with live streamed holograms during a one-week workshop at People’s Primary School, Windhoek.
The universities in Turku, in close collaboration with Turku Science Park, have launched a joint Aboa Tech Talks webinar series this autumn focusing on emerging technologies and sustainable development. Aboa Tech Talks aims to highlight advanced and innovative technological research and education carried in the universities that can offer sustainable solutions to the complex global challenges of our time.
Researchers discovered that a large amount of enterobacteria in the gut microbiota is related to long-term mortality risk in Finnish adult population.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization has awarded the ViLLE learning platform developed by the Centre for Learning Analytics at the University of Turku with the 2020 UNESCO King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize. The Prize is given annually to two nominees whose projects promote learning and teaching with information and communication technology.