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Slush Aug 14
Call for Research Pitching Competition 2019 is now open🔎 Postdoc with a brilliant research idea from any field of science, apply now – the best pitch and idea will win €100K Skolar Award.
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VTT Nov 22
The winner of the Pitching Competition and € 100K award is from VTT! Amazing performance, congratulations 🥳🙌🚀
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Skolar Dec 18
Skolar video trainings are here!✨ These pitching ABC video trainings are designed specifically for researchers to help you take your pitching and presenting skills to the next level. Check them out & let us know what you think!
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Skolar Oct 25
Eager to hear the Research Pitching Competition finalists pitch, but can't make it to the finale at ? Well, here is your chance to see the finalists pitching their ideas live in Helsinki! Check out the event:
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Kira Keini Dec 19
Free research pitching advice from specialists? Yes please! Take a look at these three excellent video trainings brought to you by and take your and presenting skills to the next level 💎
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University of Turku Oct 10
Our researcher Tiina Saanijoki is a finalist at Research Pitching Competition by & . Tiina wants to find out which brain mechanisms make couch potatoes exercise. Good luck with the competition! 💪
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VTT Nov 19
Want to take a sneak peek to the slush buzz? The candidates are pitching their ideas at Kallio Church on 20 November at 18-20! We are keeping thumbs up especially for the brilliant and 🥳🙌
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Svetlana Sharifulina Nov 22
Wood contains a great amount of information which could be useful in the battle against climate change. Tim Rademacher about data revolution with wood at
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Slush Nov 22
What combines CO2, vinegar and protein? says unsustainable food production. Yes, you got it right: turning CO2 first into vinegar and then to protein might be the .
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Skolar Dec 4
Thomas Hausmaninger (), the winner of Research Pitching Competition by & and €100K shared his thoughts and feelings right after the finale! 🏆
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Slush Nov 22
If we want a we need to blow our 🌾apart. aims to transform it open source, take it indoors and make harvesting six times a year as a new normal.
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Anna Herlin Nov 22
Congrats to a. k. a. Plant Laser Guy (audience talk), winner of the Skolar Award 2019!
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Svetlana Sharifulina Nov 22
Tiina Saanijoki about what happens in the brains of couch potatoes when they start to exercise
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Tiina ja Antti Herlinin säätiö Nov 22
It’s ON‼️ 100k won by one of the 8 finalists in less than 2 hrs!
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Laura Tahkokallio Nov 20
Just saw the light of knowledge in the first ever event organised in a church. Quite impressive! 💡 Thanks and .
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AC Stockholm Nov 22
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Kirsi Nuotto Nov 22
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Svetlana Sharifulina Nov 22
Igor Vassilev wants to convert carbon dioxide into food using microbial electrochemical synthesis
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Skolar Oct 23
"My research idea can potentially develop the most sustainable and cost-effective food production technology these days." Igor Vassilev wants to turn carbon dioxide into food. Read more about Igor's idea!
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Skolar Nov 22
We’ve now heard all the pitches from this year’s competition. The jury will now retire for a moment to decide which one of these excellent research ideas will go home w/ the 100K € ! We’ll be back in half an hour, so stay tuned!
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