• The Swedish innovation program for Graphene (SIO Grafen) has a new open call including preliminary studies and longer innovation projects, where funds up to 2 million SEK can be applied for. At least two Swedish partners of which one needs to be a company, can apply at latest the 23rd of August.
  • After one year of electric bus service on route 55 in Gothenburg, it is clear that the expectations have been surpassed by a wide margin. The buses and bus stops received a high rating by passengers and drivers alike, and the technology worked very dependably. Over the past year the service has carried about 1.2 million passengers.
  • The growing housing shortage has presented public housing in Gothenburg with major challenges. AB Framtiden’s move to Johanneberg Science Park seeks to provide new solutions through greater collaboration and cooperation. The company will set up in the area after midsummer.
  • Intab now has a tool for generating ideas on demand – ideas for new solutions and new technical solutions within sensors and the internet of things. The tool is the offspring of a west of Sweden collaboration led by Johanneberg Science Park.
  • During the spring, eight small, medium-sized and large companies took part in a unique pilot project to hone their business models to meet an uncertain future characterized by sustainability challenges. At a breakfast seminar at Johanneberg Science Park 18 May, we got to share the companies' practical experiences and insights. 
  • Now Sweden will show to the world how the future of urban development might look like. Controllable Urban Soundscape and the HSB Living Lab accommodation concept are two innovations from Gothenburg which have been selected to be presented at the 2nd International Conference for Smart Cities in India. 



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