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30.4.2024 12:00

Finnish Under-19 National Team Futsal Players Show Impressive Strength and Speed

Marko Demidoff studied in his Master's Thesis the physical capabilities of futsal players and provided insights into the key performance metrics.

29.4.2024 10:00

Tourism students innovating socially sustainable and memorable experiences for travellers in Rotterdam

Every spring Lapland UAS, Breda UAS, and Kempten UAS organize a study unit together. The students form multicultural teams and create memorable experiences for tourists by applying Design Thinking method. The cooperation creates also unforgettable experiences and international networks for the students, the teachers and the companies involved.

26.4.2024 6:00

Graduates in April 2024

Congratulations to all the new graduates!

25.4.2024 8:00

Experimenters learn - the spring issue of Lumen Journal has been published

In its spring issue, the web journal Lumen dives into experimental culture and tells about its fruits.

18.4.2024 15:00

XBit Tornio is ready to produce experiences

XBit Tornio is the newest development and learning environment of Lapland UAS. The opening of the premises was celebrated on April 18.

28.3.2024 10:00

New Master's Thesis Examines the Impact of the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD) on Postal and Logistics Providers

Vienna, Austria – Sedef Omerovic, a graduate student at Lapland UAS, has completed a master's thesis exploring the complexities and implications of Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD) in the European Union (EU).

5.3.2024 7:00

The GENGREEN project supports women entrepreneurs to start new, sustainable businesses

The GENGREEN project focusing on green female entrepreneurship has been launched in early January. The project aims to support a total of 50 women entrepreneurs in South and Central Ostrobothnia, Lapland, Norbotten, Tromsø and Finnmark.

21.2.2024 8:00

NPA funding for utilizing technology in social and healthcare education

Lapland University of Applied Sciences, Karelia University of Applied Sciences, and Atlantic Technological University from Ireland have joined forces to explore more effective ways of utilizing technology in the education of health and social care professionals.

2.2.2024 8:00

Even heavy transport is required to undergo a green transition

At Lapland University of Applied Sciences, research is being conducted to determine the requirements for developing alternative fuel distribution infrastructure for heavy transport in Lapland’s conditions.

29.1.2024 10:00

Smart solutions take Lapland towards sustainable industry and agriculture

KÄLY (Sustainable Smart Solutions) is a project managed by Lapland University of Applied Sciences that combines sustainability, circular economy, and responsibility with digitalization and smart solutions.

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