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Is healthy ageing possible for both rich and poor? To find out, EU-funded researchers studied the processes driving healthy ageing in a person’s lifespan.
Constructing Innovativeness in the Organization: Knowledge Management and Information Technology Management Perspective
Climate change and its impacts threaten the health of Arctic freshwater ecosystems, with continued warming pushing cold-water species unique to the Arctic—such as the Arctic char—to the brink of regional loss. In addition, there is an increasing likelihood of toxic cyanobacteria blooms, according to the State of the Arctic Freshwater Biodiversity Report published in early May.
It is arguably one of the biggest scientific announcements of the decade: the first ever image of a real black hole, causing celebrations not just amongst physicists and astronomers but across the world for a truly major breakthrough in advancing humanity’s understanding of the universe.
Finnish SME Enevo is taking over the European market with a technology able to reduce the cost and environmental impact of waste collection, providing a highly welcome solution that could go a long way towards keeping our cities cleaner and healthier.
Improving public transport can be a very difficult task. But what if cities could tap into Big Data’s unlimited potential to make better decisions? Thanks to SIADE SaaS, they can now discover passenger mobility patterns and uncover the strengths and weaknesses of current or planned urban transport networks.
04.07.2012 00:00–06.07.2012 00:00 Conference Main Building, University of Helsinki
13.08.2012 10:15–11:00 Guest lecture Exactum C222 ABSTRACT
03.07.2012 00:00–05.07.2012 00:00 Conference Main Building, University of Helsinki
15.08.2012 14:15–15:00 Guest lecture C222, Exactum, Kumpula Dr. Christian Borgelt, Principal Researcher of European Centre for Soft Computing, Mieres (Asturias), Spain, will give a guest lecture on Identifying Neuron Assemblies in Massively Parallel Spike Trains. Abstract