Vinnova grant success!
This is a very exciting project!
– Anna Mankert, Green Innovation Park
The most energy intensive system of a commercial building tends to be HVAC – heating ventilation and air conditioning – which account for over 50% of the energy use. In smart buildings, using optimized regulation, this can be cut by 15%. And that is not a compromise...
Plasmonic nanoparticles are useful not only for transparent solar cells, but also for development of biological and chemical sensors. Plasmonic biosensors and plasmonic PCR are now proposed for rapid testing of covid-19.
In the midst of recent turbulent events, our team keeps growing both inside and outside the lab – and we are happy to welcome Per Edström as our new CEO. Per is a serial entrepreneur who brings over 30 years of experience in developing innovative early stage companies...