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AC Friends - Alumni Matchmaking
Agora Center is reaching out to our alumni network. The network is called AC Friends and it consists of current and future alumni. To join you must have worked in one of our interdisciplinary research projects.
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Benefiting society through interdisciplinary co-creation
A Word from the Director
Person chemical/x-mdl-rdfileBarbara Crawford, M.A.
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PersonPäivi Fadjukoff, Ph.D.
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Dynapage C headerGlobal open access to human-technology research
The coming decades will witness a growing need for interdisciplinary human-technology knowledge, both within the Agora Center and worldwide. Human Technology meets this need by publishing quality research from around the world.
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PersonJuho Heikkinen, M.Sc.
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ProjectHuman Technology
Human Technology is an interdisciplinary, multiscientific journal focusing on the human role in our modern technological world. The journal provides a forum for innovative and original research on timely and relevant topics with the goal of revealing current issues regarding the human dimension of evolving technologies, and then providing new ideas and effective solutions for addressing the challenges.
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PersonPäivi Häkkinen, Ph.D.
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DynapageMethods how universities can contribute to innovation
The Agora Center co-creates by building partnerships and providing a creative, interdisciplinary environment. Within this milieu, innovators find funding and synergies, gather know-how, manage the proof of relevance phases, build teams and business cases around promising project results, and launch spin-offs with evidence-based solutions.
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November 2016 issue of Human Technology now published
The new issue of the online journal Human Technology has been published. This issue comprises manuscripts that were submitted independently to our journal. Beginning January 1, 2017, the role of publisher of the journal Human Technology will be moved from the Agora Center to the Open Science Center at the University of Jyväskylä because of internal university restructuring. Day-to-day operations and ongoing open access will continue for Human Technology's without interruption.
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