Keyword: Faculty of Science
In the context of the 32nd BioCity Symposium (24-25 August 2023) the nineteenth Elias Tillandz prize will be awarded for the best scientific paper published in 2022 in Turku.
What is BioCity Turku and what do they do?
What are BioCity Turku Research Programs?
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13.12.2022 at 13.00 - 16.30
Twitter: BEDLAN_uralicLisätietoja: https://bedlan.net/news/URKO (Uralilainen kolmio, Uralic triangulation) studies human linguistic, genetic and cultural diversity in the Uralic language speaker area. We have launched two online interfaces: 1) Uralic Areal Typology online together with MPI-EVA...
16.12.2022 at 14.00 - 16.00
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15.12.2022 at 12.15 - 16.00
This half-day seminar will give a good glimpse of the timely research done in all six units of our faculty. You will have the opportunity to hear more of the research highlights of biology, chemistry, geography and geology, physics, biodiversity, and mathematics and statistics.
Welcome to the 1st Science Day of the Faculty of Science! Come and hear more about the research highlights of the faculty. The event is organized in the main building of the University of Turku at Tauno Nurmela hall on 15 December 2022 at 12.15-16.00!
The theme of this year’s BioCity Symposium, immunology, has sparked great interest. Over 400 people have registered for the Symposium that is organised on 25–26 August. The keynote speaker is Sir Peter Ratcliffe, the Nobel Prize Laureate in medicine 2019.
The University of Turku Nature2100 fund (Luonto2100-rahasto) that was established last year under the Turku University Foundation has bought its first forests close to Kurjenrahka national park. The two areas that are situated in Pöytyä’s Yläne region constitute altogether 25 hectares. The aim is to enhance the biodiversity and carbon sink of the areas, as well as the possibilities for recreational use.
Find our degree programmes and other study options taught in Finnish in our Degree Finder for Education in Finnish Suomenkielisen koulutustarjontamme löydät suomenkielisestä koulutushaustamme
The University of Turku is offering two new international Master’s degree programmes as a part of the European EC2U Alliance. The students selected for the programmes have a freedom to customise a personalised study path for themselves which is focused on either language, culture, and society, or sustainable cities and communities. The students also have a chance to obtain a degree from several Alliance universities at once.