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Climate change challenges our values and way of life
Universities and society’s changing educational needs
Interdisciplinarity in action
Science in a changing world
International education and education export
Global and local impact support one another
Choices for personal well-being – and that of the entire planet
Researchers tackle foetal programming
Drinking leaves a mark
Tragedy of dementia or feeblemindedness of old age?
Fatty liver gives no warning signs
You sound like you – or do you?
Strawberry diseases can be tested from plants and soil
Does your mindset put your brain at risk?
Linguists understand society
Researchers summarise their expertise in 100 seconds
Global health concerns us all
New antibiotics might just weaken bacteria
Many sides of Vyborg
Desperate need for new retinal disease treatments
How does our sensory environment change?
Towards the fourth reality of science
Across borders and into Europe
A ray of hope for our pandemic-ridden world
Have faith in the child
What does cancer smell like?
Magnetic fields expose to mutations
Networking against neuroinflammation
Drugs to treat symptoms may worsen Alzheimer's disease
A more meaningful old age
Biophotonics enables easier detection of malaria
Research breakthrough: Lifestyle guidance prevents memory disorders
Lack of folate linked to epigenetic changes in diabetes
Light at the end of the tunnel?
Staying in good health isn't a question of luck
Keep kids moving
Unpredictable aerosol particles
Climate change challenges reindeer husbandry
Increasingly accurate groundwater reserve estimates
What's going on in leukaemic cells?
Increasingly effective regulation of the Arctic climate
Studying plant nutrition deficiencies virtually and remotely
The Finnish school system – a success story
Action-oriented research in environmental conflicts
Learning starts from a phenomenon
More than fun and games
Agents of change
Border expertise by a border
Becoming part of the scientific community in the physics department's own living room
Beyond business as usual
A bringer of hope
Students man the barricades
Hitch-hiking on social media
Artificial intelligence learns when taught
Star Trek comes to campus
Hearing the call of the Arctic borders
Professor of the Year
Interaction and internationalisation UEF's sources of strength
Fear of a frozen conflict
Pathogenesis of epilepsy in magnetic resonance imaging and under the microscope
In search of lost time
Waiting for a third culture
Osama Bin Laden – a public health story
The Isis-isation of our world
In the middle of nowhere or right in the middle of the world?
by smart people.
University of Eastern Finland
Joensuu | Kuopio
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