The Turku-Southwest Finland European Office has since 2017 presented regional projects that have received financing from different European Union programmes and means. This month, BalticSatApps had the honour to be the presented project! Two of the project partners are located in Southwest Finland, namely the lead partner University of Turku with three units (Brahea Centre, Department of Geography and Geology, and Department of Futures Technologies), and the Turku Science Park. Junior police officer Roosa Veijola from the Turku-Southwest Finland European Office interviewed project manager Tuomas Ranti and communication manager Johanna Aaltonen from the Brahea Centre.
Johanna Aaltonen, communication manager, University of Turku
The article is in Finnish, and available from here: https://www.turku.fi/uutinen/2019-05-28_eu-hankkeet-tutuiksi-balticsatapps-vahvistaa-copernicus-ohjelman-avoimen