New list: research projects with high potential for business and societal benefit
The Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) is now presenting this year’s 100-list of research projects deemed to have great potential to benefit through commercialization, business and method development, or societal impact. The focus is on technology in the service of humanity.
InnoBrain is humbled to be selected by the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) in its 2022 top 100-list within the Deep tech category.
We’re honored to be recognized as one of the contributors to the Swedish Deep Tech scene with our business-oriented research in Brain-Computer Interface.
About IVA’s 100 List
The 100 List is produced by the IVA Research2Business (R2B) project which aims to support Sweden as a leader in turning academic research in the engineering and economic sciences into innovation and competitiveness in business and industry. IVA’s 100 List was launched in connection with IVA’s 100th anniversary in 2019, which is how the initiative got its name. The project is run in cooperation with Vinnova, the Swedish Patent and Registration Office (PRV), the Association of Swedish Engineering Industries, the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise, the Knowledge Foundation, Almi and Sweden’s universities.