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University of Helsinki Dec 10
Finland's gift to Europe: the Elements of AI! As its presidency gift to Europeans, the Finnish state provides the free online course by us and , translated to all official EU languages.
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Santos' Lab Nov 21
Checkout the fantastic Show Cases of our amazing researchers . Fantastic job everyone!
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Tanja Stepanova Nov 22
. offering Finnish early education to the world through an easy-to-use licensing model: This is definitely one of my favorites at since my own daughter has a chance to benefit from the best preschool in the world.
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Maarit Haataja Nov 21
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Tomas Sjöblom Nov 22
This is what we do . 💪 As presented on a big-ass screen or two . 😎
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Tanja Stepanova Nov 22
My Slush day on Twitter is coming to an end. It has been so fun and inspiration. So proud of and all the incredible researchers doing our world a better place. Now I'm heading to the secret garden to relax. Thank you, and
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eoservices Nov 22
retweet @ ERC_Research: RT helsinkiuni: Here are 2+2 great tips for researchers wanting to turn their research into business, graciously provided to us by rebecahwang & Patrick Ennis. Thanks for the tips! 💙 JariStrandman
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Susanna Rautio Nov 22
Willing to invest or act purposefully? 's science-driven startups & innovations offer the most attractive, inspirational and trustworthly stories heard at   See all fascinating cases online to find out if you agree 🙋 
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Pia Dolivo Nov 22
We are commited to science with a purpose, says founder Inka Mero from Voima Ventures. So are we 👏👏👏
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Marco Neves Dec 10
will be translated to all official languages. Can‘t wait to have it in Portuguese to start the dissemination of such and amazing learning opportunity in Portugal but also for countries that have PT as their official mother tongue.
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HiLIFE_Helsinki Nov 22
Some more pics from today's y Science side event! Super interesting Life Sciences talks and pitches!
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Tanja Stepanova Nov 22
One thing and are standing on the same line: autonomy of universities and ceativity are the most important thing to apprrciate and value if we want more science-based innovations to succeed
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Susanna Peltonen Nov 22
One last look at this year's Slush. It surely was a good one.
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Anni Aarinen Nov 21
Do you get enough vitamin B3? NADmed has developed a method that measures four vitamin-B3-based molecules from human blood. Their analysis provides guidelines for dietary interventions in ageing & disease.
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Susanna Peltonen Nov 22
Four tips for beginners: care more, educate yourself, practice, and have a sense of humour.
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HiLIFE_Helsinki Nov 22
Thank you all the outstanding speakers, pitching competition finalists, hosts & volunteers for making such an inspiring event again🙌✨! And 👌👌👌for putting it all together with such energy! See you next year! 📷
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Taina Kyllönen Nov 22
Great day with important research innovations on global themes Thank you all to make it possible!
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HiLIFE_Helsinki Nov 22
Happy pitching competition winners: Medicortex! Congratulations!
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Anni Aarinen Nov 22
The world’s best preschool: Finnish early education as a scalable model. HEI Schools turns Finnish early childhood education into export-ready products.
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Joanna Kokonmäki Nov 22
Promoting science-based innovation requires funding,autonomity and creativity
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