Murtomäki’s research is focused on ionic liquids, flow batteries and light activated nanoparticles.
Wood, as a natural composite material can cover many of our societal needs, including high-tech products, says Professor Orlando Rojas.
Nine gifted general upper secondary school students received special training at Aalto as they prepared for the International Biology Olympiad.
Imagine if you were able to change the scent at your home just by pressing a button on a remote control.
At Aalto, the recognitions are granted to six talented researchers.
The goal of the Living Factories Programme is to realise the full potential of Synthetic Biology in Finland.
Nobody can be the best at everything. Senior industrialist Jorma Eloranta, who is being promoted in October to the rank of Honorary Doctor at Aalto University together with nine other influential persons in science, technology and the community, is thereby convinced that Aalto University must discover its strengths and dare to really invest in them.
Academy of Finland has granted funding to 79 projects with a total amount of about 36 million euros.