The Academy of Finland has made the funding decisions to strengthen the research-related profiling of Finnish universities. The University of Turku was granted €6.8 million of the Profi 6 funding. The funding supports strategic, cross-disciplinary research of the University.
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The research and development initiative ‘Innovation Ecosystem Based on the Immune System (InFLAMES)’ has received significant funding from the Academy of Finland.
University of Turku Led Consortium Receives Major Research Funding for Artificial Intelligence Governance and Auditing
A University of Turku led consortium has received two-year research funding from Business Finland to study and develop governance mechanisms for artificial intelligence (AI). The total budget of the industry-academia consortium is ca. 4.5 million euros.
Cancer IO is a new cancer immunotherapy focused top-level collaborative research and innovation project that starts as a part of the Business Finland’s Personalized Health Program. With a total funding of 10 million euros, Cancer IO is a significant IO focused Nordic research and innovation program.
Despite of continuous development in breast cancer treatments, metastases of the most aggressive breast cancer types are still a significant and growing medical problem. Together with a research group at Michigan University, the group of Professor Jukka Westermarck at Turku Bioscience Centre recently received funding from the US Department of Defense for the development of novel treatment strategies for breast cancer metastases.
Research Flagship Aiming at Decreasing Inequality and Renewing Welfare State through Interventions Received €8.25 Million in Funding
The research project Inequalities, Interventions, and New Welfare State (INVEST) of the University of Turku has received significant funding.
Consortium Led by University of Turku Receives Nearly Three Million Euro Funding from European Commission
The Developing Inclusive & Sustainable Creative Economies (DISCE) consortium intending to reshape the economic and social perception of the cultural and creative industries (CCIs) has received a three-year funding from the prestigious Horizon 2020 Programme of the European Commission. The consortium led by the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship at Turku School of Economics includes distinguished social and economic research institutes, cultural managers and creative workers from six European countries.