UTUPEDA Centre for University Pedagogy and Research started its operations in the University of Turku in the beginning of January with the mission of conducting multidisciplinary university pedagogical research as well as offering and developing education based on scientific research. The Centre offers education both in Finnish and in English.
Keyword: Faculty of Medicine
UTUPEDA Centre for University Pedagogy and Research operates in the University of Turku. The Centre conducts multidisciplinary research and develops and offers university pedagogical education based on scientific research.
Finnish Biomedical Imaging Node FiBI has been accepted as a service-providing Node to the pan-European Euro-BioImaging consortium for imaging technologies. The new Node improves the prerequisites for conducting high quality research and increases the researchers’ opportunities for international collaboration.
Education is currently being transferred online increasingly fast, propelled by the coronavirus situation. This challenges teachers and instructors around the world to update their skills on online pedagogics. There is now a global demand for the extensive knowledge of the University’s experts in online teaching.
Vierailuluento / Guest lecture: Prof. Stephan Lewandowsky Public acceptance of science in a post-truth world
In 2019, the University of Turku launched a new doctoral training in collaboration with partners from the drug industry. A major part of the training is carried out in an industrial environment. The training also includes postgraduate studies and academic secondments in the University’s research groups. The training educates experts specialised in industrial research and product development.
It is time to choose the winners of the 2020 Clinical Eye and Producer of Learning Materials Awards!
BioCity Turku Invites 2012 Nobel Laureate Brian Kobilka to Give an Online Presentation at the University of Turku on October 8
BioCity Turku has invited 2012 Nobel Laureate Brian K. Kobilka to give an online seminar “Structural insights into G protein coupled receptor activation” on October 8th at 18:00 h.