Wireless identification and sensing systems improve quality of life

1/2014
Wireless identification and sensing systems improve quality of life

Wireless identification and sensing systems improve quality of life

Wireless sensors can be integrated into clothing, attached to the skin or implanted inside the human body.

Exploring the ultimate visual experience

1/2014
Exploring the ultimate visual experience

Exploring the ultimate visual experience

TUT is launching a new research centre that combines expertise in emerging visual technologies with knowledge about the relevant user experience.

Bioenergy and biofuels have staying power

1/2014
Bioenergy and biofuels have staying power

Bioenergy and biofuels have staying power

EU’s new renewable energy consumption targets for 2030 need not mean a U-turn on our path towards cleaner road traffic, says Professor Jukka Rintala.

Facial expressions control and reveal

1/2014
Facial expressions control and reveal

Facial expressions control and reveal

Spontaneous facial expression measurement provides information that can be used in psychological tests, and even in gaming applications.
1/2014
Tuuli Laukkanen
Research is the key to the future

Research is the key to the future

Did you know that at Tampere University of Technology we push humanity forward every day.
1/2014
Martti Tammisto
Sunlight turns seawater into fuel

Sunlight turns seawater into fuel

Hydrogen has been hailed as a sustainable alternative to fossil fuels. The world’s oceans are an inexhaustible source of hydrogen, but the process of splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen is still too expensive to scale up. The answer may lie in sunlight.
1/2014
Leena Koskenlaakso
5G networks would enrich our lives in ways never seen before

5G networks would enrich our lives in ways never seen before

Network-assisted device-to-device (D2D) communication is an emerging fifth-generation networking concept aimed at reducing the congestion on current cellular networks, caused by rapidly growing cellular traffic.
1/2014
Päivi Eskelinen
Stem cells spark new avenues for heart research

Stem cells spark new avenues for heart research

A chance encounter between researcher and cardiologist Katriina Aalto-Setälä and physicist Esa Räsänen led to a project that looks beyond the conventional wisdom on cardiovascular health.

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