Malnutrition among a hunter-gatherer group - why are key nutrients missing from their food environment?
The diets of hunter-gatherers are changing at a fast pace, as in the contemporary world, they are increasingly being deprived of their access to...
Professor emeritus Markku Ollikainen awarded with Baltic Sea Award
Professor emeritus Markku Ollikainen is awarded 15,000 euros for his commitment to Finnish climate policy.
Lassi Ahlvik – New associate professor in environmental and resource economics
Lassi Ahlvik started as an associate professor in environmental and resource economics at the beginning of August 2020. His research deals...
Improving resistance to Fusarium head blight disease in oats through breeding
Fusarium fungi can limit the use of oats as food. In years with a high rate of contamination, as much as one-fifth of oat batches intended as...
The wooden building project for the Hyytiälä Forestry Field Station is progressing
The University of Helsinki announced the winner of the design and build competition for the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry’s Hyytiälä...
COVID-19 seminars: Next seminar 26.5.2021 at 12
The seminars bring together Finnish researchers who are active in COVID-19 research and the general audience who are interested in COVID-19...
Why are the favourite foods of some nothing special to others?
Sensory food science helps prevent food wastage and build a sustainable food system, says professor Mari Sandell.
Artists wrote onto, together with and in the forest
The latest work by IC-98 opens in Juupajoki at the Hyytiälä Forestry Field Station.