The Thriving Nature –project strengthens the University of Helsinki’s profile in research into biological resilience. This project, a collaborative effort by the Faculty of Biological and Environmental Sciences and the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry and HiLife, will combine our expertise in ecology, evolutionary biology, genome-level processes and biotechnology by employing big data in an innovative way. The project is being funded by the Academy of Finland.
Towards Future Healthy Ecosystems
Withstanding rapid environmental change is a fundamental challenge facing our natural world. This ‘biological resilience’ has key...
Thriving Nature professors
Thriving Nature (Profi5) initiative has selected the tenure track professors whom form the core of the academic activities. Below you...
The Thriving Nature project will join ecology, evolutionary biology, biological data sciences and molecular plant sciences together to...
Professor Jaakko Kangasjärvi continues as Dean of the Faculty of Biological and Environmental Sciences
Faculty Council in its meeting on August 31 appointed Professor Jaakko Kangasjärvi as Dean of the Faculty for four years starting January 1 2022.
A future ocean that is too warm for corals might have half as many fish species
Predicting the potential effects of coral loss on fish communities globally is a fundamental task, especially considering that reef fishes...