Aalto Alumni Weekend, the biggest alumni event of the year, welcomed all Aalto University alumni on the Otaniemi campus at the end of October 2023. Spinverse experts were active participants both as organisers and as speakers.
They're not just brains, but the heart and soul - meet Mikko, Karl, and Juho. These three are ready to take on the industry's pulse with wit and ease. Their stories, infused with a relentless spirit, will paint the canvas of Spinverse's tomorrow. Get ready for a groundbreaking journey!
Avantium, a Dutch company committed to sustainability, is revolutionizing the packaging industry through its ongoing HICCUPS project partially funded by Horizon Europe. By converting biogenic CO2 emissions into bio-based plastics, Avantium joins forces with HICCUPS consortium members to provide eco-friendly packaging solutions. Behind the scenes, Spinverse played a crucial role in empowering Avantium's initiative.
As an essential driver in the FlexiGrid project, Spinverse is facilitating the energy transition towards a greener future. With a strong commitment to support Distribution System Operators (DSOs) in their journey to adapt to the evolving energy market, Spinverse is unlocking avenues for the integration of 100% renewable energy across Europe.
Finnish edtech companies unite to offer free access to distance learning apps for coronavirus-stricken schools
The ongoing coronavirus outbreak is closing schools worldwide and confines teachers and students at their homes for weeks. This challenging situation prompted a group of Finnish edtech companies to reach out a helping hand and provide free access to some of their pedagogical solutions well suited for distance learning.
Suomalaiset oppimisteknologian pioneerit tarjoavat ratkaisujaan etäopiskeluun ilmaiseksi koronan aikana
Maailmaa ravisteleva koronaviruspandemia sulkee kouluja, jonka seurauksena opettajat ja oppilaat joutuvat jäämään kotiin jopa viikkokausiksi. Ryhmä suomalaisia koulutusteknologian startup-yrityksiä päätti tarjota etäopetukseen soveltuvia sisältöjään ilmaiseksi koronavirusepidemiasta kärsivien koulujen käyttöön.
For Finland to thrive, we need continuous growth in knowhow and Finland-based companies that have the ability to create new and globally competitive businesses. Networks and ecosystems play an increasingly important role in the competitiveness of technology companies and are on the agenda for sustainable growth in Finland and Europe. There are already a number of research and innovation ecosystems seeking for the minimum of billion-euro business. Spinverse recently completed an extensive study, commissioned by Technology Industries of Finland. In the study, some of these growth-seeking ecosystems in Finland were analysed and recommendations to spur their growth were given.