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The Nine Worlds

Let us begin at the beginning of how you became Elsinki Ihana and
Begin with Ilmarinen and examine his Sampo the Solar Sail of a Dr
Pekka Janhunen as we think of a Verner ja Frans Sillanpää and let's

Not for a moment forget the Saarinens the Father the Son and all
That march past of Sibelian Ainovian blues Runeberg rises ja runo
Runs Järnfelt Gallen as we call out Larin Paraske's name let us think

The light-seek-names of Kiivi Leino Minna Johan Gadolin and Erik
Willebrand yet Kulta Minä en puhu suomea for English is home
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Finland One Hundred

Much Have I Travelled on My Sampo Through the Pohjola's Lands
Much Have I Done Seen and Sung in the Kalevalan Suomin-Heaths
Yet Much Much More for Me to Do Before I Call Home the Blue Note

 

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Kuva: Helsingin Yliopisto

The Suomivala The Kalevala

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Katri's Elk: Graduating is Just the Beginning Katri Helka: Now Design Like the Saarinens
 

|| July 12: 2017: Ulster University News || ά. Ms Katri Helka, in Elsinki, that naturally, becomes Elka, hailed from Finland and followed the trail of blue, where it begins the journey towards becoming green and fully going emerald when it reaches the shores of Ireland and there, on the north side of it, in Northern Ireland, keeping true to thee Pohjola-Soul, she settled down with her books and pens and papers and pencils and papyri and notes and notepads. All all that work and study later she has graduated yesterday from the Ulster University with BDes Hons Graphic Design and Illustration.

As a registered nurse she wasn’t planning on returning to university, when she arrived in Northern Ireland over four years ago. Ms Helka is now looking forward to starting a new career as a graphic designer with The Design Factor in Belfast later this month. Having graduated she said, “I was working as a Registered Nurse in Finland and decided to take time off from my job back home and come work in Belfast for a bit. I needed a change and wanted to do something a bit different. I was meant to stay for six months. My sister has lived in Belfast for years, her husband is from Northern Ireland, so it made sense to come to Belfast.

After a few months of living away from home I started to think about what I really wanted to do in life and decided to look into returning to university the second time around. I have always loved design, but didn’t have the courage to pursue a career in the creative industry after finishing my A-levels years ago. I looked into Ulster University’s course selection and thought the degree course for Graphic Design was very well presented. I attended an open day at the University’s Belfast campus and chatted with the course directors about the course, which I found extremely helpful.

By far the best decision I ever made was to return to studying. Ulster University was a fantastic place to study and I would recommend it without hesitance. The course content was relevant and useful and the tutors were all professionals. My summer placement at Whitenoise was great in that it got me thinking of the business side of working as a graphic designer. It helped me readjust my thinking.

During my final year studies I was, also, lucky enough to be shortlisted for the RSA Student Design Award 2017. I was flown to London for the interview and got to pitch my concept to the panel of judges, which was a fantastic experience and certainly helped build my confidence in presenting my work. An experience I will remember for sure.

It is a huge jump to return to studying after getting used to receiving a pay check every month. Taking risks can be nerve wrecking and filled with obstacles, but risks are worth taking as long as you are smart about it and take one step at a time. It’s never too late to change things if you feel you’re not 100 per cent happy with where you are at.” ω.

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Annika Saarikko Appointed as Minister of Family Affairs and Social Services in Sipilä's Government

 

|| July 10: 2017 || ά. Mr Sauli Niinistö , the President of Finland, has appointed Ms Annika Saarikko as Minister of Family Affairs and Social Services today as he, on the same occasion, released Mr Juha Rehula from his ministerial duties from the Department, to which Ms Saarikko was being appointed to. As the Minister of Family Affairs and Social Services Ms Saarikko is responsible for matters covered by the Department for Social and Health Services, but not those related to pharmaceuticals. She is, also, charged with matters falling under the Department for Promotion of Welfare and Health and for matters related to equality.

Ms Saarikko holds a Master of Arts and is a Member of Parliament from the Centre Party of Finland. She was born in Oripaa in 1983 and it so happens that she has been appointed to this responsibility on her birthday, today. Ms Saarikko has served as as the Deputy Party Leader of her Party between 2010 and 2016. She is married to Mr Erkki Papunen and they have one child and live in Turku. Ms Saarikko speaks Finnish, Swedish and English. She has served Turku City Council from 2013 to present, as well as, the Regional Council of Southwest Finland, Assembly Member 2013 to present.

The Government plenary session today decided on the division of responsibilities and ministerial deputies. Also, the Government decided to submit a declaration of interests to Parliament. The State Secretary Mr Jari Partanen was appointed to continue in his duties as state secretary to the Centre Party government group. The government session started with the swearing in of Minister Saarikko.

Inquiries: Paula Lehtomäki, State Secretary, tel. +358 295 160 280, Prime Minister’s Office. ω.

Additional information: Adjunct Professor Leona Gilbert, leona.k.gilbert at jyu.fi, +358 40 7234718
Communications Officer Elina Leskinen, elina.leskinen at jyu.fi, 050 581 8351

Image: Finland Government

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Team Leona Gilbert Joins the Seven Finalists for Elsinki Challenge

 

|| July 06: 2017: University of Jyväskylä News || ά. Seven teams have been selected for the final stage of the science competition intended to develop new solutions for the challenges of our changing world. Team POCKIT from Department of Biological and Environmental Science at the University of Jyväskylä is one of the finalist. POCKIT is creating a device for patients to test for multiple microbes and different stages of disease all at once. This could save millions of euros and stop the spreading of communicable infectious diseases.

Nearly half of the population of the world has no access to sufficient health care. POCKIT is developing a health care device that would transform a full laboratory onto a computer chip. It would allow patients to be tested for several microbes simultaneously, easily and affordably. In addition, the device would be able to determine the stage of various illnesses. ''The Team consists of multidisciplinary and passionate experts and includes a lot of multidisciplinary knowledge. We believe that research will help slow down the spread of infectious diseases and the generation of chronic illnesses. The research will help patients receive treatment faster and generate millions of euros in savings for individuals and communities.'' says Team Leader Adjunct Professor Leona Gilbert.

The international jury has selected six teams from among the 20 semifinalist teams to continue on to the finals. The Helsinki Challenge finalists are ELMO, which battles malaria with a three-dimensional mosquito net while Heat Stock with a new solution for storing summer heat for the winter, POCKIt is a laboratory you can put in your pocket. Parental Box focusing on the mental wellbeing of new parents, the iCombine database would enable personalised cancer treatments as well and Dlearn.Helsinki which hopes to teach global skills in new ways.

In addition, one research team was selected by the audience at the Helsinki Challenge Semifinal Pitch Nights in early June. The audience gave the most votes to team Futu Rena, which hopes to three-D print a working miniature kidney.

In September, the finalists will head to Brussels for the Global Impact Camp, which is intended to promote Finnish research, provide the teams with help to apply for EU funding and to enhance connections to politicians and other influencers. The teams selected for the Helsinki Challenge feature more than 70 researchers and experts from Finnish universities, companies, organisations and public bodies.

The jury selects one or more winning teams and announces its decision in November 2017. The prize is a sum of €375,000, intended to realise the team’s solution, which may be, a new discipline, an idea with business potential, a new company or groundbreaking research.

Finnish universities organise Helsinki Challenge in co-operation. In addition to the University of Helsinki, the competition is organised by Aalto University, the Hanken School of Economics, the University of Eastern Finland, the University of Jyväskylä, the University of Oulu, the University of the Arts Helsinki, the University of Turku, the University of Vaasa and Åbo Akademi University. The Helsinki Challenge
is part of Finland's centenary celebrations. ω.

Additional information: Adjunct Professor Leona Gilbert, leona.k.gilbert at jyu.fi, +358 40 7234718
Communications Officer Elina Leskinen, elina.leskinen at jyu.fi, 050 581 8351

Image: University of Jyväskylä

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Along Come Three New Ministers

Image: Finland Government: Laura Kotila



|| May 05: 2017 || ά. Today, Friday, May 05, the President of the Republic of Finland appointed Mr Jari Leppä as the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, Mr Antti Häkkänen as the Minister of Justice and Mr Sampo Terho as the Minister for European Affairs, Culture and Sport. Well, not everyday this happens in Finland that the government appoints three new ministers at once. The only thing that worries us is this that they all are men! Not that The Humanion has anything against the 'fin-men' but that this means there are now three more men in the cabinet than women.

The Humanion leaves this here for Mr Sipila's sernior team to ponder about. The appointment of the new ministers and the changes in the division of duties means that Mr Kimmo Tiilikainen will remain in Prime Minsiter Juha Sipilä’s Government as Minister for Housing, Energy and the Environment, Mr Jari Lindström as Minister of Employment and Ms Sanni Grahn-Laasonen as Minister of Education.

The Government plenary session on May 05 decided on the division of responsibilities, on the ministerial deputies and on the composition of Ministerial Committee on European Union Affairs. The new ministers were sworn in at the beginning of the plenary session.

Inquiries: Paula Lehtomäki, State Secretary, tel. +358 295 160 280, Prime Minister’s Office: ω.

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Me Olemme Saara ja Laura Huhta: And We are the Named Clothing

Image: Named Clothing: Finland

|| April 26: 2017 || ά. Named is a Finnish clothing pattern label founded by sisters Saara and Laura Huhta. The story of Named started from the dream of turning a passion into a career, designing an own collection of clothing patterns felt like a natural way to implement both sisters’ love for clothes, fashion, design and DIY. The duo wants to encourage fellow fashion lovers to give sewing their own garments a try.

Named garments are a combination of Scandinavian clean-lined simplicity and interesting details. The aim of the collections is to bring a new perspective to making one’s own clothes and to support ethical and ecological consuming in contrast to a clothing industry focused on fast fashion. Self-made clothing also allows for freedom of choice; by choosing one’s colors and materials and by changing garment details, the customer can be part of the design process. If dressing is a way to express oneself then self-made clothes are self-expression at its best.

Named is much more than handicrafts but it is also more than a fashion label among others – it is learning, love for creation and joy of accomplishment! Named launches two collections a year, and the patterns have five levels of difficulty, which means that anyone from a beginner to a more experienced sewer can find patterns suited to their skill level.
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