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IEET > Contributors > Ilkka Vuorikuru

Ilkka Vuorikuru

Ilkka Vuorikuru is a PhD student in sociology of science and technology at the University of Turku, Finland. He works as a Technoculture Adviser, journalist, coach and motivational speaker. Other projects include podcasting and general entreprenerial activism. He is also writing a book on Finnish Social Entrepreneurship. Ilkka is the co-founder of Longevity Finland.



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"Home enhancement"   Ethical Technology  Mar 22, 2013

"Celebrating Longevity on the International “Future Day” March 1"   longevityalliance.org  Jan 28, 2013

"New Chapter in the Story of Dehumanization"   Ethical Technology  Dec 14, 2012

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