Projects

Nordic Innovation co-funds about 70 ongoing Nordic innovation projects that contributes to making the Nordic region a pioneering region for sustainable growth. Most of the projects are funded through our programs.
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World Circular Economy Forum 2024

The annual World Circular Economy Forum (WCEF) presents the world’s leading circular economy solutions with business leaders, policymakers and experts participating from around the world.

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Nordic Health App Award 2024

Nordic Innovation will again celebrate the Nordic health app industry by hosting the Nordic Health App Award 2024 to discover and recognize top health apps from the Nordic countries.

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Startup at Nordic Universities

This pre-project aims to establish a network of student & researcher startup hubs and innovation centers at Nordic universities.

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The Nordic Forum on Raw Materials

Through this project Nordic Innovation seeks to develop a meeting place for Nordic actors within the metals and mining sector.

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Kelpwood & Bioplastic from Nordic Ocean Biomass

Interesting Times Gang will, together with our partners throughout Scandinavia, produce two revolutionary and interconnected biomaterials from Sugar Kelp and Pacific Oyster Shells.

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Circle Feed

Reducing the carbon footprint of feed protein production for dairy cattle by including circular cultivated seaweed. The goal is to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of the total supply chain related to dairy cattle by more than 30%.

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Hack the Ocean – a multi-use hackathon

Multi-use at sea, carrying out different marine activities in the same place, at the same time, can help build a more sustainable ocean economy. A new hackathon funded by Nordic Innovation seeks to turn theory into practice.