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How Charles Darwin inspired tomorrow's AI-driven smart packaging.

Why is having more women working in the engineering and mining industry a business advantage?

As production of electric cars increases so does the need for lithium-ion batteries, raw materials and reliable and efficient heating technology. Sandvik is ready to meet the demand.

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Engineering is traditionally a male-dominated field of study. And while steps have been taken to help integrate women into engineering and mining, they are still vastly underrepresented.

E-bike manufacturer GSD Global turned to Sandvik to investigate the possibility of 3D printing their motor nodes in titanium.

Craig Lockwood is obsessed with food and creating exquisite knives for some of the best restaurants in the world.

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Compressor valve steel from Sandvik is helping reduce energy consumption one appliance at time.

Combining additive manufacturing with a light and strong material like titanium gives new sustainability advantages.

As a project for engineering students at the school, solar panels were installed at the Göranssonska Technical High School in Sandviken, Sweden.

Companies around the world are looking for opportunities to operate independently of the energy grid by generating renewable energy themselves.

Sigrid Göransson made Sandvik focus on social responsibility and improved conditions for the workers at a time when that was rare.

Customers get a new lease on life for their worn-out equipment through comprehensive rebuild services.

Sandvik and Stamicarbon are offering to recycle high alloy steel from fertilizer customers in a special buy-back programme.

Hydrogen fuel cells are powering a cleaner future. Advanced production and coating technology from Sandvik make the fuel cell plates more durable and efficient compared with other methods of production.

Sandvik and Engineers Without Borders are working with a local group in Tanzania to construct sustainable and user-friendly toilet facilities.

The circular economy model is gaining momentum as a viable way to combat climate change.

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