The atmosphere was both enchanting and gave people shivers.
The event consists of a buffet dinner party at the City Hall for up to 200 participants and an opening speech by a City of Turku representative, w
The conference has a bold approach to the topic: how human and animal relationships are intertwined.
Photo: Ulla Hytti, Emmi Laakso and Jarna Heinonen warmly welcome European researchers in entrepreneurship to Turku.
Unless you are a plant biologist, it’s quite likely you won’t have heard of Arabidopsis thaliana.
“The hotel is being modernised, respecting the feel of the 1920s.
Holger Weiss, Professor of General History at Åbo Akademi University, is very happy with the solution chosen by the European Netwo
International Conference on Arabidopsis Research (ICAR) June 25-29, 2018
Finland's air quality is better than that of any other country on earth, according to statistics from the World Health Organisation published by th
Fans of Northern Lights, sauna and Santa Claus won’t be surprised to hear Finland has been named the happiest place to live.This year Finland toppe
Just recently, the Institute of Dentistry at the University of Turku celebrated its 60th anniversary, and the internationally recognised degree pro
Each year, the Evento Awards gala grants awards in various categories to Finland’s best event professionals.
In ecological cooling, Turku is one of the most advanced cities in the country
Hot summer days and nights make people dream of pleasant coo
Masters of distribution of work
Professor Tapio Salmi and Professor Dmitry Murzin are top scientists in chemical technology and reaction en
The renovation of the second floor of Marina Palace is now finished, and the meeting and event facilities certainly meet these requirements!
Most of the congresses were held in the Helsinki region. For 2017, the number of congresses in Helsinki increased by 28% and by 54% in Espoo.
The Visitor and Innovation Centre is targeted at experts, decision-makers, students, and particularly international guests.
Business Finland's mission is to catalyze new growth and create opportunities for Finland through innovation and international expansion.
The first S Group hotels were Green Key certified in spring 2015.
In the opinion of Juha Aaltonen, the manager of Turku Airport, the airport is very important to the competitiveness of the entire
Virology researchers PhD Sisko Tauriainen and PhD Laura Kakkola from the University of Turku say that in the end,
“In recent years, the annual number of congress visitors in Finland has most often settled at a little less than 80 000,” says Mervi Toivonen, from
Turku intends to be carbon neutral by 2040.
The aim of the international climate negotiations in Paris was to establish a new global climate agreement.
Europeade is a meeting place of art and culture celebrating an open and multicultural Europe.