University of Helsinki

Practical Course: Purification and Characterization of Recombinant Proteins (DPBM-135)


Teaching material, results, etc. for the DPBM course "Purification and Characterization of Recombinant Proteins" (DPBM-135)


Acatiimi article about our lab

The Jeltsch Laboratory: Michael, Sawan, Liisa, Enni, Rustem, Khusbu (missing: Zalina)

Acatiimi, the news magazine of the Acatiimi, the news magazine of the Finnish Union of University Researchers and Teachers, wrote a short piece about our laboratory, which was largely based on this earlier story. However, this time there is a group image, showing who does the real work!


TRANSMED - the most medical research education for your buck

Starting from this autumn term, even Finnish universities, so far the strongholds of free education, have started to demand study fees from students from outside the European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA). Between 13k€ and 18k€ per year, the tuition fees are still modest compared to some other universities. At the moment, compared with other universities, you probably get the best returns for your money at the University of Helsinki.


About the agility of large organizations


A decade for the switch


Barriers to Electronic Lab Notebook adoption

Barriers to ELN adoption

Our lab has been interested in electronic lanb notebooks (ELNs) for a while. A recent publication in the Journal of Cheminformatics has focused on the barriers to ELN adoption.


Forever Young

Forever young

I was asked by the Novo Nordisk Foundation to say a few words from the successful applicants' perspective during the "How to Get Funding from International Foundations" info event, which took place on April 26th in Biomedicum Helsinki.



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