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The (Almost) Unstoppable Rise of Finnish Health Tech – Medengine

https://www.medengine.fi/en/almost-unstoppable-rise-finnish-health-tech/ The Finnish health technology field is booming like never before. In 2017, health tech exports broke new records as their value rose more than 5% to over €2.2 billion. The fact that the Finnish health tech field is thriving is hardly new: over the last two decades, the value of health tech export has

Uusiteknologia 01/2018

Uusiteknologia.fi is new Finnish language electronics and technology professionals magazine. In the newest issue have written articles on four topics (text in Finnish with short introduction in English). Here are the topics: USB-C: The USB Type C is the latest USB connector type especially for portable devices. The new USB version offers higher data rates

WHO: Finland has the world’s cleanest air | yle.fi

https://yle.fi/uutiset/osasto/news/who_finland_has_the_worlds_cleanest_air/10188554 Finland’s air quality is better than that of any other country on earth, according to statistics from the World Health Organisation published by the Finnish Meteorological Institute. Monitoring stations suggest that there are some 6 microgrammes of small particles per cubic metre of air in Finland, the lowest figure recorded worldwide.

Something has gone terribly wrong with Finland – it has become an emblem of mobi | Pocket Gamer.biz | PGbiz

http://www.pocketgamer.biz/comment-and-opinion/67926/something-has-gone-terribly-wrong-with-finland-it-has-become-an-emblem-of-mobile-game-industry-stagnation/ There is no country as tightly bound to the mobile games industry as Finland, where the success of local champions has become a totemic part of national identity. Nokia’s Snake mobile phone game had been an astonishing success in 1997. Rovio’s Angry Birds took flight in early 2010. In the summer of 2012, Supercell

Shucks, Finns: Finland tops 2018 global happiness index – The Washington Post

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/europe/finland-tops-happiness-index-that-factored-in-immigrants/2018/03/14/ee890934-274d-11e8-a227-fd2b009466bc_story.html The World Happiness Report published Wednesday ranked 156 countries by happiness levels, based on factors such as life expectancy, social support and corruption. Europe’s Nordic nations have dominated the index. “Briefly put, (Nordic countries) are good at converting wealth into well-being,” In reaching No. 1, Finland nudged neighboring Norway into second place.