The #ICOScapes Photo Exhibition highlights unique environments where scientists work at ICOS greenhouse gas measurement stations. The photographs were taken by internationally celebrated photographer Konsta Punkka. The Photo Exhibition is open at the Natural History Museum from 23rd January to 15th March 2020.
The Finnish Museum of Natural History was recognised for its extensive long-term work for open science. The first University of Helsinki Open Science Award was granted in 2017. This year, the Award jury wanted to place special emphasis on the role of faculties and research-focused independent institutes in promoting open science.
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