Latest News for: Study helsinki

Edit

Moth coloration study verifies evolutionary ecology hypothesis on predator selection

Phys Dot Org 28 Feb 2024
The group of researchers, led by the University of Helsinki, finally gave the hypothesis its due empirical validation by accessing biodiversity databases with thousands of images in a groundbreaking analysis of variation in moth coloration.
Edit

Grandparents may have significant impact on a mom’s mental health, study finds: ‘Wisdom and experience’

New York Post 24 Feb 2024
The support and presence of grandparents can have a significant impact on the mental health of mothers, according to a new study published this week in the journal Population Studies ... The role of paternal grandparents was smaller, the study found.
Edit

Dogs with epilepsy found to have altered levels of trace elements and heavy metals in ...

Phys Dot Org 22 Feb 2024
A recent study at the University of Helsinki reveals that dogs with epilepsy exhibit distinct alterations in trace elements and heavy metal levels in their blood and fur compared with healthy counterparts ... Provided by University of Helsinki.
Edit

New Research by Finnish Child Rights NGO Protect Children Reveals How Offenders Use Technology Platforms ...

Maryville Daily Forum 20 Feb 2024
HELSINKI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb 20, 2024--. In a groundbreaking new study, alarming insights are unveiled about the technology platforms that offenders use to sexually abuse children online.
Edit

Neue Studie der finnischen Kinderrechts-NGO Protect Children: T�ter nutzen Technologieplattformen f�r sexuellen Online-Kindesmissbrauch

The Joplin Globe 20 Feb 2024
HELSINKI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb 20, 2024--. Eine bahnbrechende neue Studie liefert alarmierende Erkenntnisse �ber die Technologieplattformen, die T�ter f�r den sexuellen Missbrauch von Kindern im Internet verwenden.
Edit

Study finds quantum state of a rotating superfluid can discharge in three ways

Phys Dot Org 16 Feb 2024
According to a recent study from the University of Helsinki, published in the journal Physical Review Letters, a vortex of a superfluid that has been quantized four times has three ways of dividing, depending on the temperature.
Edit

‘Linking our brains and computers’: Elon Musk’s controversial dive into human experimentation?

The Keene Sentinel 10 Feb 2024
Its only source of public information is a study brochure on the company’s website ... While the FDA requires registration of Phase 2 and 3 studies, there’s an exception for Phase 1 research, said Kimmelman.
Edit

Finnair Weighs Passengers In Helsinki Study

MENA FN 07 Feb 2024
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) AFP Helsinki. Finnish carrier Finnair has begun weighing passengers with their carry-on luggage as part of a study aimed at better determining the weight of the aircraft ... .
Edit

Ukraine funding, Orban’s opposition set to dominate crucial EU summit

Al Jazeera 29 Jan 2024
list of 4 itemslist 1 of 4Swedish PM Kristersson agrees to meet Hungary’s Orban for talks on NATO bid ... So I would argue that it won’t go through,” University of Helsinki lecturer in Eastern European studies Katalin Miklossy told Al Jazeera ... .
Edit

Finland votes for new president in first election since joining NATO

The Spokesman-Review 28 Jan 2024
“Even the liberal candidates have adopted a line that stresses military preparedness and border security,” said Johanna Vuorelma, a researcher at the University of Helsinki’s Center for European Studies.
Edit

Finland to vote for a new president in its first election since joining NATO

Deccan Herald 28 Jan 2024
... Vuorelma, a researcher at the University of Helsinki’s Center for European Studies.</p><p>Haavisto is making his third presidential run after losing to Niinistö in the past two elections.
Edit

Physical activity’s relationship with depression is more complex than it appears, study shows

PsyPost 26 Jan 2024
Physical activity is a promising target for behavioral interventions to alleviate depression as it is accessible and implementable at population level,” said study author Eetu Soini, a doctoral researcher at University of Helsinki.
Edit

Everything to know about Melania Trump's sister Ines Knauss

The News International 20 Jan 2024
Her elder sister, Ines Knavs, was born the same year ... Melania's sister had a strong interest in design and studied industrial and fashion design in Slovenia. She also went to Helsinki, Finland, for a unique design workshop ... .
Edit

Study proposes new approach for monitoring genetic diversity in Europe to help species adapt to ...

Phys Dot Org 15 Jan 2024
An international study published in Nature Ecology & Evolution that includes researchers from the University of Helsinki shows that current efforts to monitor genetic diversity in Europe are incomplete and insufficient.
Edit

More aerosol particles than thought are forming over Siberia, finds study

Phys Dot Org 11 Jan 2024
Previous studies have suggested that particle formation is rare in Siberia. However, a recent study by the University of Helsinki showed that particle formation in Siberia was frequent and was connected to heat conditions.
×