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visualizing science and technology

GreenSense – Successful Grant Application

The activities of the GREENSENSE project were initiated in January 2018. This PILOTS-05-2017 Research and innovative action aims at developing a sustainable, wireless, autonomous nanocellulose-based quantitative drug of abuse biosensing platform. The project received a grant of 7.9 M euros from the Horizon 2020 framework programme of the European Union and will last until December…
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March 15, 2018 0

Supercapacitor Modulate Prototype – Published Manuscript

A recently published manuscript by researchers at RISE ACREO AB, Sweden and Mid Sweden University has explored a new manufacturing procedure of energy storage devices. The publication presents printed electrochemical modules which avoid the cumbersome circuits, connections and soldering points which increase the complexity, chance of disconnections and the cost of traditional module storage devices.…
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March 3, 2018 0

The NextFactory

The NextFactory is an All-in-one manufacturing machine designed for rapid prototyping package and micromechatronic systems. Doing away with multiple machines at different locations avoiding shipping and potential delays during production, the NextFactory is designed to produce prototype electronic devices within one day. On one platform, the NextFactory includes 3D printing, microassembly, quality management techniques and…
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November 19, 2017 0

Cinside – Making the invisible visible

Recently we made renders and animations of two conceptual prototypes. While only potential designs at this stage, the renders and animation show the purpose and the companies vision for the future. Cinside is a company operating out of Linköping, Sweden developing small penetrating radar systems to aid rescuers in evacuation efforts in disaster scenarios or…
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October 28, 2017 0

Conceptualized

And a concept is born. Conceptualized is an idea created by scientists that realized the joy of creating informative images with a twist. The idea took hold after implementing 3D software into the Laboratory of Organic Electronics at Linkoping University where scientists required scientific images and prototype solutions. At this point the realization struck that…
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August 21, 2017 0