Scientists at the University of Tampere (Finland) and the Karolinska Institutet (Sweden) have demonstrated that an enterovirus vaccine can protect against virus-induced diabetes in a mouse model for Type 1 diabetes.
On 16 September, Main Building of the University of Tampere, along with other public buildings in the city, will be floodlit in green, as part of a worldwide event to raise awareness of mitochondrial diseases.
A research group consisting of researchers from Sweden, Finland and Norway will begin analysing factors that affect the development of Nordic regions in the long term
The VARPU consortium, directed by the University of Tampere, is integrating multidisciplinary research on virtual reality/augmented reality (VR/AR) with industrial solutions.
The international EARLI2017 conference on learning and education brings 2,200 researchers from 50 countries to Tampere at the end of August.
The job of the professor of practice is to share her practical experiences and know-how on the leadership of a large city and related issues with the students and the academic community.
A study published in the British Journal of Medicine (BMJ), is the largest research project in the world looking at lifestyle interventions in pregnancy. It compared the effects of dieting and physical activity to gestational weight gain and the health of the mother and the child.
A research group at the University of Tampere led by Heikki Hyöty, Professor of Virology, has long pioneered in developing a vaccine that could prevent Type 1 Diabetes.
The most money was donated to medicine, business studies and social sciences
Nearly 250 researchers, artists and activists from twenty different countries will gather in Tampere on 6–8 July 2017