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Professor Pasi Tyrväinen is developing a smart city and wants to make good IT companies even better. Read about this in the new compilation of Excellence in Research by the University of Jyvaskyla
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2 million euros to research and co-creation with companies
Agora Center has started a new collaboration worth of 2 million euros for research and development in the beginning of year 2016. The project portfolio consists of three projects granted to the Agora Center and University of Jyväskylä and cooperating commercial partners by Tekes, The Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation.
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University and a four armed strategy model?
The Finnish Ministry of Education has been pressuring universities to profile their research work: focus on their strengths and give up on their weaknesses. A bigger investment to a single discipline has more impact than the same investment to two smaller focus areas. This is how it goes – at least on the short term.
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University expertise in immigration – Agora Flow of ideas workshop
Interdisciplinary group of experts gathered to discuss contemporary issues around immigration and research 11.1.2016. Research knowledge and strong expertise on immigration is available and the workshop discussed on how to have evidence base on intercultural research available.
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University needs support for learning Finnish language
Agora Center from University of Jyväskylä has joined “speak clearly” campaign that emphasizes spoken language that is easily understandable, at moderate speed and well articulated.
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University of Jyväskylä boosts commercialization of research results
Tekes and the University of Jyväskylä have launched a new co-operation on the development of a more effective commercialization and university spin-off process. The aim is commercialize results coming from multidisciplinary research projects and to support entrepreneurship within the university. The universities of today have a necessity to act in co-operation with companies and also create spin-offs from their research.
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