Finnish universities offer world-class employability
The University of Helsinki and Aalto University have been listed on the Global University Employability Ranking 2018.
Finnish solution helps purify water for Kenyan community
Finnish company Solar Water Solutions and humanitarian aid organisation World Vision have launched a new solar-powered solution in Tseikuru, Kitui County, Kenya, that provides the local community with clean drinking water.
Five for Friday: Wall decoration
Finnish design and innovation offers decorative options that are off the wall – yet are well and truly located firmly on it.
Nopia Ride gives a lift to clean electric journeys
Urbanisation takes more and more of us into growing megacities, where mobility poses an ever-increasing issue. Nopia Ride wants to help people go to places without adding to smog and pollution.
Maptionnaire wants everyone on board with urban planning
With its map-based online questionnaires, this Finnish company offers urban planners an easy and efficient way to collect views from local residents.
Five for Friday: China International Import Expo
China is hosting its first International Import Expo (CIIE) this week in Shanghai. Finnish expertise has been on hand, making its presence known in the region.
Finnish film wins in France
The Eternal Road (Ikitie) has won the Audience Award at the Arras Film Festival in France.
President awards international success stories
The Internationalisation Awards of the President of the Republic for 2018 have been handed out to three winners, namely M-Files, Icare Finland and non-profit Kasvu Open.
Joy Wolfram makes Forbes 30 under 30
Finnish cancer researcher and assistant professor Joy Wolfram, 29, has been selected among the world’s 30 most promising healthcare professionals under the age of 30 by Forbes magazine.