Åbo Akademi University, located in Turku is the only Swedish
language university in Finland. It offers both undergraduate
and graduate courses and extensive research opportunities to
some 5,000 students.
Folk museum Reykjavik,
Open-air folk museum to preserve and show selected old houses
in Iceland, in order to give visitors an opportunity to learn
about the architecture and lifestyle of the past.
BioNova - Biotechnology ,
BioNova is an industry association of Nova Scotia companies
and institutions involved in the biotechnology and life science
Essential set of videos and booklets documenting the outstanding
success and potential of Community Development Corporations
in action. "Hands on" advice from the people who have done it.
Blueprints for success - strategies that work.
The Milan Vidmar Electric Power Research Institute is a leading
Slovenian engineering and research institute in the field of
electrical power systems and power economy.
- English Language School,
A unique English as-second-language school offers foreign students
an English Language Learning Vacation in beautiful Cape Breton
Gives answers to linguistic questions, offer educational guidelines,
and provide official resolution on questions of language usage.
Maintaince a growing database of linguistic developments and
gives open acess to database containing 52 special language
Ltd, high-tech research,
The most significant concentration of high-tech research, training
and business facilities in the Nordic countries has been developed
at the Otaniemi Science and Technology Park.
Jellet Biotek (JBL),
Marine Biotoxin Testing. Canadian biotechnology company develops
diagnostic test kits for marine biotoxins.
As an independent institution, Knud Rasmussen College is a non-certificate
school. It aims to strengthen the identity of the individual,
and as such is referred to as the School of Life.
The College of Korsholm was founded by kings and emperors. In
1556 King Gustav Vaasa ordered a so-called "King's Barn" to
be located in Korsholm.
Institute of Biology,
The National Institute of Biology was founded in 1961 by the
University of Ljubljana to undertake basic and applied research
in biological sciences. Today, the Institute is a public non-profit
organization for basic and applied research and is financed
by the government.
From Mondragon to America - Experiments in Community Economic
Development. The philosophy, blueprint and working model
of sustainable community economic development.
National and University Library,
NUK acts as Slovenia's national library and as the library of
the University of Ljubljana, performs functions such as interlibrary
loans, document supply, and reference center at the national
level, and is the leading research library in the country.
Doing Business in Canada: Canadian companies, import/export,
universities, government agencies, departments & contacts. Your
gateway to the Canadian Cybernet.
- Riga Technical
One of the oldest and largest higher education establishments
in Latvia and offers advanced study programmes in Engineering,
Technology, Economics and Architecture.
The Scientific Research Centre of the Slovene Academy of Sciences
and Arts (ZRC SAZU) was founded by the Slovene Academy of Sciences
and Arts (SAZU) on 19 November 1981. ZRC SAZU is a network of
independent research units which are linked together exclusively
by a common and well-founded research interest.
Univiversity of Techology,
Tampere University of Technology (TUT) provides high-level education
in technical sciences and architecture, engages in research
and product development and furthers technical and scientific
development in Finland.
Institute of Iceland,
IceTec is an Icelandic technological R&D and educational institution,
serving a growing range of international clients with specialised
needs. Our primary aims are to strengthen the Icelandic economy
through development, innovation and increased productivity.
Tools For Wellness,
Computer Radiation Protection. State of the art technology products
for health and wellness. World's leading supplier.
The University of Helsinki, Finland's oldest and most diversified
university, is one of eight universities in the capital. The
university was founded in 1640 in Turku and transferred to Helsinki
The University of Joensuu is located in the heart of the eastern
Finnish lake area, not far from the Russian border. The number
of full-time students is about 6,000. Despite being relatively
young, the university is well known for the excellence of several
of its departments.
The University of Jyvaskyla is the fifth largest institution
of higher education in Finland with its more than 10,000 students,
1,500 staff and 800 graduates per year.
Oulu is the economical and cultural centre of northern Finland.
The growth and prosperity of the area are based on the expertise
of the University of Oulu.
Tampere, with 175,000 inhabitants, is the second largest regional
centre in Finland after the Greater Helsinki Area. It is located
109 miles (175 km) north of Helsinki on a narrow neck of land
between two lakes.
Visitor's key to Iceland,
A complete road and reference guide to travelling in Iceland.
Including the highlands and all mountain roads. Over 400 color
photographs, 516 pages.
watching in Iceland,
We invite you to join us on a Dolphin & Whalespotting boat trip
on the sea around the Reykjanes peninsula where we will scan
the horizon together and spot these magnificent marine mammals
in their natural habitat.