Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (INAR) - launched!
The Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (INAR) became its own Department in the Faculty of Science, University of Helsinki on 1st of January 2018.
INAR aims to lead an integrated, multidisciplinary research and education on atmospheric and Earth system science and to feed into national and international environment and climate policy. Welcome to the launch event at University of Helsinki Tiedekulma on 25th of May! Read more.
An Academician on the Silk Road
Physics professor Markku Kulmala explores the northern boreal area to make climate predictions less uncertain, as well as promoting open science and business. Read more.
EXPLORING MOLECULAR COLLISIONS
Professor Hanna Vehkamäki applies quantum chemistry and computer simulations to reveal the mechanism behind molecular clustering. Read more
We need one global network of 1000
stations to build an Earth observatory
We also need to share our data. So says world’s most prominent geoscientist, professor Markku Kulmala. Read more.
New methods to estimate rainfall and how icing affects wind energy
Accurate meteorological analysis products merge information from various observation instruments a new study shows. Read more
"Cool forests at risk? The Critical Role of Boreal and Mountain Ecosystems for People, Bioeconomy, and Climate"
Save the date! Conference to be held in Laxenburg, Austria on 17–20 September 2018. Read more
PEEX is present in the UArctic Congress
The call for Abstracts for the UArctic Congress is now open until March 16, 2018. Submissions are welcome to more than fifty science sessions to be held in Oulu, Finland from September 3 and concluding in Helsinki on September 7, 2018. PEEX will host a session under the theme "1.Environmental protection": Digital Earth impacts on pan-Eurasian research projects in the Arctic.