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Supercomputer Puhti vs. the Coronavirus: Review of CSC COVID-19 Fast Track Outcome

A total of 15 research projects were selected for the COVID-19 fast track. These projects have investigated the airborne transmission of coronavirus, searched for ways to inhibit virus replication, studied potential drug molecules and their structure-guided optimization, screened for potential drug candidates, studied virus mutations and identified virus variants through sequencing. Almost all of the thousands of coronaviruses detected from Finnish patients have been classified on Puhti supercomputer.  

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EU-rahoituksella Suomen TKI-investoinnit nousuun

Vuoden 2021 puoliväliriihessä hallitus määrittelee suuntaviivat loppukaudelleen ja päättää valtion talouskehityksestä neljälle seuraavalle vuodelle. Yhtenä tavoitteena on kasvattaa Suomen tutkimus-, kehitys- ja innovaatioinvestointien osuutta neljään prosenttiin bruttokansantuotteesta vuoteen 2030 mennessä.

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E-TASC Hel: like taking part in an apocalyptic sci-fi movie

EuroFusion E-Tasc Hel is an EU-funded project to improve and unify numerical tools for supporting the construction of fusion reactors. We have to model the dynamics of ITER and DEMO to the best of our ability in order to give the reactors the best possible chance of being functional. When I indicate that a lot of mankinds future depend on projects like this, I am not exaggerating that much.

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The Openness Profile – Incentivising and rewarding open science efforts

Despite the vast amount of open science initiatives during the past decade or so, there has been little progress to date on normalising open science practices in research. Frankly speaking, there is currently no room or place in science for receiving credits for specific open science activities. The international network Knowledge Exchange has explored this area during the past years and came up with the idea of an Openness Profile.

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