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First Simulated Patient Treatment Carried Out in the First Hospital-Based BNCT Facility in Europe

The Galveston Daily News 11 May 2022
During the commissioning process, the Helsinki nuBeam ® device has demonstrated both robustness and reliable operation, validating the Neutron Therapeutics technology as the best choice for a high-throughput BNCT clinic with stringent safety requirements ... About the Helsinki University Hospital.

Technology Fair 2022 held in Helsinki, Finland

Xinhua 05 May 2022
Contestants show their robots during a competition for university students at Technology Fair 2022 in Helsinki, Finland on May 4, 2022.

Europe's biggest hackathon to host 'Junction Asia 2022' in Busan

Korea Times 04 May 2022
Junction Asia 2022 is open to all university students and young adults interested in technological innovation ... Mayor Park expected that the technological breakthroughs realized in Junction Asia, once deployed in real life practices, will allow the city to take a "quantum leap."

St1 Refinery Deploys AspenTech Solutions to Support Digital Transformation and Carbon Neutrality Goals

The Facts 03 May 2022
Aspen Technology, Inc ... We are delighted to be a key part of their strategy to meet emission targets, building on our partnership established over a decade ago,” said John Hague, Executive Vice President of Operations at Aspen Technology ... Headquartered in Helsinki, St1 employs currently more than 1200 people ... About Aspen Technology.

 Comment: Why greater equality is needed in technology – and how to achieve it

The Engineer 30 Apr 2022
Technology, in many ways, has accelerated such problems, including climate change and pollution. But technology is also our ticket out of the current mess ... Professor Minna Palmroth leads the Space Physics Research Group at the University of Helsinki and is chair of the board at the Technology Academy Finland (TAF).
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