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Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK) is one of the largest and most popular universities of applied sciences in Finland. Our strengths are multidisciplinary education, creativity, and a strong international dimension.

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News

Events and dissertations

Inventions come about through hard work

The way inventors approach the world around them is what sets them apart from the rest of us. An invention can make our everyday life easier or change the world.

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Finland’s first AI-based beer concept

Lari Melander has brought to market Finland’s first beer brewed by artificial intelligence. The beer evolves based on consumer feedback.

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For the children of the world

Four pictures of adults and children, taken in Africa.

In their research, Professor Per Ashorn and Docent Ulla Ashorn are looking for ways to promote the health of children in low-income countries.

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