21 Sep 2021
First Coffee Produced with Cellular Agriculture
Researchers have successfully produced coffee cells in a bioreactor through cellular agriculture. The innovation can help to make the production of coffee more sustainable. The first batches produced in a laboratory in Finland smell and taste like conventional coffee.
25 Aug 2021
Solar Foods is a Finnish food tech company that produces protein using air-captured carbon dioxide and renewable electricity. In August 2021, Technology Analyst Dr Hydra Rodrigues spoke to Solar Foods' Chief Commercial Officer, Shilei Zhang.
17 May 2021
University of Oulu:Printed Solid-State Li-ion Batteries for the Future
This webinar organized by University of Oulu, VTT and Oulu University of Applied Sciences will introduce their program and give scientific details in it
12 Apr 2021
World's First Hydrogen Cargo Vessel Set For Paris Debut
The European innovation project Flagships will deploy the world's first commercial cargo transport vessel operating on hydrogen, plying the river Seine in Paris. Commercial operations are set to commence in 2021.
10 Mar 2021
Cellulose Based Materials for 3D Printing
Cellulose is an ideal raw material for electrical insulation components, but the manufacturing of products requires a considerable measure of craftsmanship.
10 Feb 2021
PrintoCent is a collaborative organization comprising of research centers, companies and universities based near the City of Oulu in Finland. It aims to assist its members in commercializing printed/flexible electronics technologies. PrintoCent offer a pilot factory environment, facilitate collaboration, and provide business development services.
4 Feb 2021
TactoTek In-Mould Structural Electronics Reduce Greenhouse Gas
TactoTek announced today their achievements towards more sustainable electronics manufacturing. An independent lifecycle analysis by Finnish research institute, VTT, revealed that an electronics part manufactured using IMSE technology results in 35% lower greenhouse gas emissions than a comparable conventional electronics design.
2 Dec 2020
3D Printed Magnets Help Create More Efficient Electric Motors
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is leading a European consortium 3DREMAG which is developing a new material suitable for 3D printing of permanent magnets, which can be utilised in electric and hybrid vehicle motors. The aim in the long run is to develop a fully 3D printable electric motor, one that would be approximately 30% lighter than today's motors.
25 Nov 2020
Graphene Innovation in Finland
Starting from the joint interest of Nokia and Finnish research institutes, soon after the experimental discovery of graphene and related materials in 2004, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland began developing its research in this area and now plays a vital role in the Graphene Flagship.
6 Nov 2020
University of Surrey/NovaCentrix
The University of Surrey, NovaCentrix and other organizations are collaborating to develop 'next generation paper'. This takes the form of a book that includes electronic functionality, enabling additional content that corresponds to each page to appear on a reader's phone or TV.
2 Oct 2020
This is an update with Antti Backman, CEO of Delektre. The company is involved in the printed and flexible electronics market, including a ring product using flexible, organic electronics to create a non-invasive optical sensing technique for a variety of physiological parameters.
28 Sep 2020
Australian Advanced Materials
Australian Advanced Materials are an early stage company that have developed a printable memory based on layers of metal oxide nanocubes that provide resistive random-access memory. This technology is still in the R&D stages, although early prototypes of transparent memory have been developed.
4 Jun 2020
Sustainable Production, Traceability of Materials for Batteries
The success of electric cars on the markets may be determined by production methods and origin information of battery materials in the future. VTT and Geological Survey of Finland GTK launched a three-year project with their industrial partners to promote the sustainable production methods and traceability of battery materials. A promising starting point for tracing the origin is offered by the fingerprint conserved in the metals, which may directly tell where the metals were mined.
20 May 2020
Delektre is a Finnish company founded in 2010. The technology was originally developed for University Vaasa and University Hospital of Tempere, using a camera system to measure multiple signals.