• Mölndal is about to enter a historic stage in its development, and in the next few years will play an increasingly important role in the Gothenburg region's development. The collaboration with Johanneberg Science Park has every chance of being an important element in the work to establish and develop the completely new district of Forsåker.
  • Sten Gromark, Department of Architecture, Chalmers University of Technology and Björn Andersson, Department of Social Work, University of Gothenburg was awarded with Best Paper Award in "Topic 5 Inclusivity and equity in housing", for the assignment Social Sustainability in Residential Solutions – A Swedish Case presented at the conference Sustainable Housing 2016.​ The research is conn
  • In conjunction with Johanneberg Science Park, Linnaeus University has been awarded research funding to develop and test social innovations which meet needs and opportunities linked to an ageing population.
  • The Göteborg Region Association of Local Authorities and Johanneberg Science Park have been awarded funding from Vinnova to investigate the prerequisites for establishing a reality lab within the framework of AllAgeHub, the research, innovation and development centre.
  • To function optimally, a science park should be a blend of large and small companies. This is why Johanneberg Science Park is now targeting small and medium-sized companies (SME). 24 November was the date for the ceremonial opening of the newly started SME network, with 130 members attending.
  • The silent bus stop at Sven Hultins plats has been equipped with an outdoor public swapping bookshelf open 24/7.  The swapping bookshelf is a part of the feasibility project “Connecting ElectriCity with Controllable Urban Soundscape” financed by the Region of Västra Götaland.  


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