04 March 2015
Previously trends in the official statistics, and specifically the national accounts, have reflected the boom of innovation and research activities, and the rise of the consultation and service sectors. In the awake of the growth of bioeconomy, changes have come also to our statistical field. We are now forced to review the statistics of agriculture, forestry, aquaculture and fisheries in the context of bioeconomy that reflect the dynamics of the yellow, green and blue growth.
12 February 2015
There is a demand for wood utilisation technologies in Russia, mainly from private investors. In spite of the relatively high costs of the Finnish equipment and know-how on biomass utilisation due to weak rouble, the efficiency and reliability of Finnish solutions are valued by the potential investors. From my point of view, the necessity to reduce energy costs will be the driving force in the development of the bioeconomy in Russia. But there are still open questions on what kind of cooperation Finland can offer in the long-term and short-term perspectives.
23 December 2014
Two life science graduates from Oxford University tracking stories from Down Under to Up North.
24 June 2014
“Open Science World” is a science webzine for people all over the world. Its main mission is making active interaction between general public and researchers. People can reach cutting-edge studies in all scientific fields on this webzine. Researchers can post pieces about their academic research in an understandable way in order to make a public appeal of their research activities.
18 June 2014
Strooder is a product developed by a startup from the University of West England. The company, called omnidynamics is currently running a Kickstarter campaign for raise funds to further develop the product.
Aimed at the 3D Printing enthusiast and early adopters, Strooder allows you to feed in crushed plastic materials or pellets to produce your very own filaments in various sizes at the touch of a botton on its slick, user friendly display screen.
Plastic filaments are the A4 paper of 3D printers.
18 May 2014
A blog about the process of evolution and the richly diverse, intricately interconnected world it has generated.
18 May 2014
A popular science blog about evolution and genetics, using stories about plants, insects, and bacteria to remind us that while humans are unique, we're not special.
13 April 2014
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14 March 2014
Health tourism is an umbrella term that covers an number of areas but generally speaking it is anything that causes people to move from one area to area, with the specific reason of being able to have better medical treatment.
17 February 2014
If you own a business and you're wanting to save a lot on costs, then one of the best things you can do is to use a virtual office instead of a full fledged office suite.
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