Nokia has recorded a larger than expected fall in the sale of its telecoms equipment in the global markets during the first quarter.
The Finnish company warned that its earnings from key business is likely to record a fall this year due to the weak demand for the mobile equipment in the market. The company's net sales fell 17 percent in North America, 11 percent in the Middle East, 6 percent in Asia-Pacific and 5 percent in China.
A survey which compared figures from 178 countries based on maternal mortality rate, child death rate, political status for women, their education and their income. The report suggested that Somalia was the worst country to be a mother in and the countries which tops the list are Sweden, Finland and Norway.
Researchers from the University of Eastern Finland claim that consumption of omega-3 fatty acids can be used to reduce risk of type-2 diabetes. Earlier, it was believed that eating fish or serum long-chains of fatty acids pose high risks of type 2 diabetes.
But, this fact has now been opposed by the Finnish scientists, who analyzed the serum omega-3 fatty acid concentrations of 2,212 men having age between 42 and 60 years.
Specialists from Aalto University in Finland contemplated ho feelings that are felt by the body. They found that the most well-known feelings trigger solid substantial sensations, and the real maps of these sensations were geologically distinctive for diverse feelings.
An aggregation of innovators in Sweden and Finland claims to be near improving a pooch-to-English interpreter.
The Nordic Society for Invention and Discovery says its model, 'No More Woof,' will dissect creature points of view and transform them into human dialect.
Some issues are being raised on the origin of the man's best friend, the dog. It has been previously thought that domesticated dogs first came from Middle East or East Asia. But, the new study opposed the earlier statement by saying that they were originated in Europe.
A new study has revealed that women with higher levels of stress hormone are less attractive to men. Study researcher Markus Rantala, a professor of biology at the University of Turku in Finland said that stress may also have adverse effects on fertility.
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