Here you will find results and other relevant activities Nordic Innovation has supported during the years.
A pioneering healt tech collaboration between all the five Nordic trade promotion organizations in Canada successfully opened doors for Nordic SMEs to the Canadian healthcare market.
The collaboration was co-financed by Nordic Innovation through the Nordic Welfare Solutions special initiative.
The Nordic Scalers pilot ran from 2017-2019 with 33 companies from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland participating. The results from the evaluation points to some interesting findings.
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What would happen if we could create value from a product that is mainly just discarded today? This project turned fish skin into collagen hydrolysate, a type of gelatine that can be used in food and is a very good alternative to traditional collagen as it is not associated with religious restrictions.
The FleXicut machine uses X-ray technology to locate and remove pin-bones in cod and whitefish with extremely high accuracy, down to 0.2 mm. FleXicut was one of the main deliverables in the APRICOT project.
Ópal has an electric motor that can be charged while using the sails. This makes it able to travel carbon-free as well as completely silent and allows it to come really close to the whales. Ópal is the result of the Rensea II project financed by Nordic Innovation.