The agreement was signed on Monday 28 January 2019 by EIB Vice-President Alexander Stubb and Mayor of the City of Turku Mi
The Good Country Index takes stock of 35 measurements that show countries’ contributions in seven different categories: science and technology; cul
As part of the evaluation, FINEEC carries out a survey among the parents and guardians of five-year-old children in municipalities participating in
A condition estimation regarding the building life cycle of Lauste school was done in autumn 2018.
Logomo is the most modern congress and event venue in Finland. Every year, Logomo hosts hundreds of meetings and congresses.
In accordance with its new climate plan, Turku wants to become carbon neutral by 2029, as the city turns 800.
The aim is to get visibility to the food and beverage products of companies in Southwest Finland and attract more tourists to the region.
Nordicum's article tells how Turku advances on all fronts. The city is eager to continue the integration of corporate and academic worlds in the Turku Science Park, one of the biggest and oldest science parks in Finland.
The exhibition depicts the lives of middle-class women and Countess Kristina Katarina Stenbock, who lived in Turku Castle, in 17th century Turku.