The Advisory Board of the European Innovation Council has come to a clear conclusion as to what the fully-fledged EIC should achieve when launched in 2021.
Monthly archives: April 2020
FIM offers investment services for investors and individuals. Ethical and sustainable investing strategy can promote positive values that impact both people and society. Our host Henkka Hyppönen and Mika Leskinen, Investment Director at FIM discuss how investing in climate change prevention can be significant opportunity to companies and increase growth in economy and provide well-being for everyone.
Despite Brexit, the coronavirus crisis should make us even more determined to ensure the UK continues to be at the heart of pan-European science collaborations writes Professor Marja Makarow in The Engineer. The Covid-19 pandemic has, understandably, knocked Brexit off the front pages. But the UKs decision to leave the EU is perhaps more relevant…
Over the last five years, in particular, populist forces have swept across the world. The reasons are multi-faceted. But one indisputable factor is the growing frustration and fear of globalisation – and, in turn, the intensifying pace of technological change and innovation, writes Ari Ahonen, CEO of Technology Academy Finland TAF in Euronews. These anxieties…
Halton is a global leader in indoor air solutions for demanding spaces. Our host Henkka Hyppönen and Krista Halttunen, Member of the Board at Halton discuss why working with scientists and researchers in Halton’s Innovation hubs is essential in the reach for our well-being and a better tomorrow.
Aalto University is a multidisciplinary science and art community in the field of science, business, art and design. Our host Henkka Hyppönen and Assistant Professor Mari Lundström, Aalto University discuss possibilities and challenges in creating recyclable batteries.