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Creating a playground for Finnish data centre students

The highly specialised programme on data centre education of the University of Kajaani is considered Finland’s best data centre learning environment. It has been shortlisted for Best Programme for Data Centre Training and Professional Development 2018 by the Datacloud Europe… Continue Reading →

Integrating the data of life

It is well known that people react differently to medications. The reason for this could be the patient’s physical characteristics, his or her genetic makeup, or the influence of other medication. The goal of Professor Mikko Niemi’s (University of Helsinki)… Continue Reading →

Turning scientific data into captivating images

Veteran visualisation expert Jyrki Hokkanen takes on any challenge thrown at him by scientists in need of imagery. Finnish researchers from all areas come to him, whether it is physics, climate science, biochemistry, or geology. They all need visualisations to… Continue Reading →

Robust and reliable connectivity: the backbone between international projects

The TAITAGIS project is a bilateral cooperation between Kenya and Finland. Based on a previous comprehensive gap analysis, TAITAGIS aims to build a critical mass of postgraduates trained using modern facilities and hands-on case studies and to be sufficiently equipped to overcome… Continue Reading →

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