Doctoral Researcher Albert Bellmunt Gil from the Doctoral Programme in Clinical Research was one of the winners of the SANORD 3MT competition.
University of Turku Becomes a Member of an Advisory Group for Sustainable and Inclusive Digital Transformation
University of Turku has been accepted as a member of an advisory group representing civil society and academia in a new, multi-stakeholder platform Digital for Development (D4D) Hub. The D4D Hub promotes collaboration between the European Union and its global partners for inclusive and sustainable digital transformation.
The Innovation and Enterprise Development training programme organised by the University of Turku aims to provide understanding of the key principles of innovation and enterprise development as well as ideas and motivation for implementing entrepreneurship and innovation strategies in higher education.
The University of Turku’s seed-funded projects support long-term research, education and innovation collaborations between Finnish and African partners on issues connected to sustainable development.
Two seed-funded projects focusing on education and teaching facilitate cooperation with partners in Africa and India.
New seed-funded projects promote joint activities between Finnish and African partners in health research, education and innovation.
Projects Promoting International Collaboration and Addressing Current Global Themes Receive Seed Funding
Ten projects at the University of Turku were awarded internal seed funding for Global Pilots of the Ministry of Education and Culture's Internationalisation Programme. The projects focusing on education, health care and sustainability are implemented by a diverse and expert network of partners.
Altogether 143 researchers from Nigeria took part and completed a grant writing training organised and coordinated by the University of Turku’s Global Education Services in May and June 2022. The training sessions focused on the Horizon Europe research and innovation funding programme and were led by research funding specialists from the University’s Research Funding Unit.
Geospatial Education Development Project Coordinated by the University of Turku Receives Nearly €2 Million in Funding
The GeoICT4e project coordinated by the University of Turku has received a HEI ICI funding of nearly €2 million from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland for the development of socially innovative geospatial education at Tanzanian higher education institutions.
Land Use Planning Prevents Misuse of Natural Resources – Researchers Developed Improved Method in Tanzania
Together with local experts, researchers of the University of Turku, Finland, developed a geospatial mapping method for local level land use planning in Tanzania, based on high-resolution satellite images. Involving the local communities and including their needs in the planning process creates sustainable and transparent practice of spatial planning in Tanzania.