Environmental Ecology Research Group

In the Environmental Ecology Research Group our research focuses on chemical ecology and environmental ecophysiology, with emphasis on combining the two disciplines. Recent research into chemical ecology has centred on understanding the effects of air pollutants and other abiotic factors on multi...

Environmental Law Research Group

01.08.2000 -
Multidisciplinary and internationally oriented research group. The research covers central themes of traditional and modern environmental law.

Trust within Organizations

01.08.2009 -
Group leader professor Taina Savolainen
The research group focuses on studying the development of trust in workplace relationships in different organizational contexts applying a dynamic, novel process approach, different perspectives and multi-level analysis. The research involves the fol...

Plant biology

The research group studies function of plants in response to environmental and climate change by using ecophysiologial, molecular biological methods and metabolomics, and utilizes novel spectral imaging techniques for biological research.

Algoa Progress

ALGOA PROGRESS is a "New Business from Research Ideas" (TUTLI) project funded by Business Finland and the European Regional Development Fund. The project aims to explore the commercial potential of an algorithm that can predict the progression of osteoarthritis. The project seeks to lay both tech...

ACMESOCS: Auditory Cultures, Mediated Sounds and Constructed Spaces

01.09.2019 - 31.12.2022
The project researches urban auditory cultures in how they are experienced, articulated and reclaimed. Special attention is paid to the concepts of listener, place, and music and to different interests manifested sonically in shared sonic environment. The project is shedding light on social, lega...

Milena Fayt

Research Funding Coordinator , Research Services

Biomass Production

Part of the School of Forest Sciences, the Research Group of Biomass Production studies sustainable approaches to produce biomass for the growing bioeconomy. Intensive forestry and plantations have the potential to deliver large amounts of biomass as well as additional ecosystem services related ...