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How can forest owners reconcile timber revenues, carbon sinks, and biodiversity?
Fepod Oy Ltd, an Aalto University based start-up, has developed an analysis tool that allows healthcare professionals to measure the concentration of paracetamol, opioids and other painkillers real concentration in a single drop of blood. The company has just received €750 000 in seed funding from Almaral Oy to continue clinical trials and develop sensor technology and a software platform.
Prepare the commercialisation of your research results and their development into new business.
The new company will commercialise and develop ecological textile fibre technologies.
European Investment Bank announcing last week that it is putting €35 million into the company’s new processor fabrication facility in Espoo.
A research group from Aalto University and the University of Helsinki has developed a method that helps to combine economics and ecology and to choose the right forest management measures for different situations and purposes.
A new armour-plated superhydrophobic material has been developed for potential uses in medical equipment, solar panels and more
The Finnish startup - Nordic Bioproducts Group - has successfully spun a new plant-based textile fibre.