The Committee for Public Information (TJNK) is an expert body attached to the Ministry of Education and Culture. It follows progress in research, arts and technology and the development of knowledge in Finland and abroad.
A sustainable and adaptable society needs science capital built through science education and lifelong science learning.
Scientific literacy changes the world. Science education recommendations (Committee for Public Information and Federation of Finnish Learned Societies 2021).
Research is international. That's the way we like it! Multilingualism keeps locally relevant research alive. Protect it!