Archaeology and history researchers at the University of Oulu have solved the mystery of the so-called Käymäjärvi Stone, which has puzzled scholars of ancient history for over 300 years.
University of Oulu researchers showed together with their Nordic colleagues that the use of Sámi offering sites began earlier than previously thought. New radiocarbon dates show that the use of these sites began more than thousand years ago.
It is only a few decades since many Finns became war refugees; there are still people among us whose past is marked by forced displacement and migration. What are their stories like? How did these people integrate into a new community and the society, and how long did it take?
How does co-operation with others work when face-to-face interaction is moved to the virtual world and physical presence replaced with an avatar playing field that opens up through virtual reality headsets? The University of Oulu is interested in exploring virtual reality in technology and in human sciences.
Celebrations of Finland's centenary year culminate on Independence Day, 6 December. What makes this hundred-year period significant? One researcher feels that 100 is simply a number, and that the period should be examined not so much as chronological time as historical time.
Lapland's Dark Heritage is a project that examines the traces that wartime cooperation between Finland and Germany left in the mental landscape of Northern Finland.
Academy Research Fellow Anna-Kaisa Salmi from the University of Oulu has received major funding from the European Research Council (ERC) for research on animal domestication. The 5-year ERC Starting Grant funding is worth 1.49 million euros.
An international academic journal, Journal of the Philosophy of History, will be edited in the future at the Faculty of Humani
In academic year 2017-2018 Oulu Business School organizes Minor Studies in English that are aimed at degree students in the University of Oulu.
The energy weather forecast converts sunshine and wind into kilowatt hours for each location over the next 24 hours.
In an award winning international Demola network, companies can co-create ideas into working demos with talented and highly motivated multidisciplinary student teams.
The Faculty of Humanities together with the Yokohama National University and the University of Saitama, Japan are delighted to present a yukata workshop for the students studying at the University