Vinnova wants to strengthen the conditions for increased and broadened use of advanced research and innovation structure. Increased use of the facilities means increased opportunities to find solutions to the challenges society faces.
In order for Swedish actors to reach Europe's major research infrastructures, cooperation between industry and academia is needed. By supporting various collaboration functions and short paths between companies, research and innovation partners from academia, research institutes and private scientific service companies, we enable more actors to use the large research facilities that Sweden participates in and finances.
It concerns both the facilities that Sweden is the host country for, MAX IV and ESS in Lund, as well as the state-of-the-art experimental facilities around the world in which Europe has invested significant amounts in recent years.
Here you can find information on current funding offers to build understanding, capabilities and capacity around the industrial exploitation of techniques and methods based on neutron scattering and synchrotron light.
Vinnova's efforts take place partly through funding of funded projects in open calls for proposals, partly through funding of strategic projects and in close cooperation with other authorities and actors.
Granted industrial pilot and development projects 2018-2022
Below you can see ongoing and completed projects funded within Vinnova's various calls for proposals for "Industrial pilot and development projects with neutron and synchrotron-based technology" 2018-2022.