About the Academy
The Finnish Academy of Science and Letters is a multidisciplinary scientific society, established in 1908 to promote scientific research and to unite scientists representing high-quality science. The Academy has more than 700 ordinary and 180 foreign members who have been invited as members based on their scientific achievements. The Academy organises lectures and discussions, publishes scientific publications and issues proposals and statements on matters concerning science and scientists. The Finnish Academy of Science and Letters annually provides approximately two million euros in grants, specifically to young scientists.