Aihesana: research

Wooden building – A beauty with health benefits?

BuildingBlog

Finns love their wild forests and blue lakes. Therefore, it is no wonder that they…

Roach and other cyprinid fish are an unexploited treasure in Finnish waters

News

Finland has a great deal of potential when it comes to increasing the sustainable use…

Impressions from the Akzo Nobel Imagine Chemistry 2018 finals

ChemistryBlog

20.6.2018 Akzo Nobel Specialty Chemicals organized the finals of their Imagine Chemistry Challenge 2018 with…

A study shows the important economic impact of the wilderness economy for Finland

BioeconomyNews

On Thursday 24 May 2018, the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry held a seminar on…

Making of Tomorrow: Flexibility from Bioenergy

EnergyVideo

Bioenergy is an easily adjustable and storable form of renewable energy. It can offer both…

Research project: Photosynthesis research – a fundamental tool in bioeconomy

BioeconomyCase

Transition from fossil raw materials to sustainable bioeconomy is one of the most fundamental challenges…

Transition Governance towards a Bioeconomy: A Comparison of Finland and The Netherlands

BioeconomyNews

Picture: Assessment of phase of the Finnish bioeconomy transition. In both Finland and The Netherlands…

Future food from your kitchen table

FoodCase

Forget the shrivelled basils! How about a cloudberry or arctic bramble-smoothie with fresh ingredients grown…

The Finnish national parks have a high return on investment – the visitor volumes are going up

Wood and forestCase

Finnish outdoor activities are currently attracting both Finnish and international tourists. The visitor numbers of…

Recommendations for the Finnish forest-based bioeconomy R&D

BioeconomyCase

The Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) of the Forest-based Sector Technology Platform (FTP) provides an European-level…

Call for pre-proposals for Nordic Centres of Excellence (Bioeconomy)

Editors' ChoiceNews

NordForsk launches a new two-phase call for proposals for Nordic Centres of Excellence within the…

Sustainable Bioenergy Solutions for Tomorrow (BEST) research program

Case

The BEST program makes the best of today’s Finnish bioenergy know-how to build new critical…