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23 Jun 2014 , Feature

Every year the Embassy of Sweden in India, along with major Swedish businesses, hosts the Sweden-India Nobel Memorial Week. This year Sandvik hosted a visit by three engineering students from Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur.

23 Jun 2014 , Feature

Additive manufacturing or 3D printing is a new area within Sandvik Group R&D and an investment in an emerging technology of great interest to Sandvik.

10 Jun 2014 , Feature

In September Sandvik will open a new center for customers, visitors, students and researchers in Sandviken, Sweden.

10 Jun 2014 , Feature

A new Sandvik R&D center has opened in Zhenjiang, China.

4 Jun 2014 , Feature

Dr. Bo Rogberg, Senior Expert and Strategic Advisor at Sandvik Materials Technology, has been appointed Adjunct Professor at KTH within the area Casting of Metals.

13 May 2014 , Feature

Petri Liljaranta, Tapani Sormunen and Sami Hanski from Sandvik Construction are the Product developers of the Year and receivers of the Wilhelm Haglund Medal for their development of Sandvik DPi series. The award was presented at Sandvik's Annual General Meeting on 13 May in Sandviken.

20 Mar 2014 , Feature

Sandvik has offered solutions for the automotive industry since the 1940s. The customer challenges have evolved since then, but the development has never been faster than what it is today, when environmental concern drives the progress relentlessly.

19 Feb 2014 , Feature

Sandvik and KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, have signed a strategic partnership agreement to create an even stronger relationship regarding research activities.

6 Feb 2014 , Feature

On Wednesday, 5 February 2014, a ceremony was held to prepare for the new research and development (R&D) center in Pune, India.

18 Nov 2013 , Feature

On 15 November, Sandvik's Bo Rogberg was awarded Professor Gunnar Wallqvist's prestigious gold medal by the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm. The medal is awarded every tenth year to honor a prominent person who has made a major contribution to engineering and produced practical applications from research, but never, according to KTH, "to a typical desktop or laboratory researcher."

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