Kungl. Ingenjörsvetenskapsakademien, IVA’s 100 list is now open for applications. This year, IVA is calling for research with a focus on emergency preparedness.
To make the list, the research must be ready to be commercialised or put to use in the foreseeable future. It must also create value for the Swedish private or public sectors through, for example, industrial commercialisation or business and method development, or by impacting society and helping to improve societal resilience.
”The purpose is to increase collaboration between higher education institutions and the business community by shining a light on researchers and research teams”, says Marianne Dicander Alexandersson, Chairman of the R2B project, IVA. Marianne is also Chairman of the board at Sahlgrenska Science Park.