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Our stories show how technology, ideas and people intersect to create a better tomorrow.
Meet Sandvik podcast: Meghan West is the CEO of CNC Software, a US-based company Sandvik acquired in 2021
The local Sandvik office in Zambia helped refurbish a school in the area after a cholera outbreak
The research project Swedish Metal is using big data, AI and machine learning to more efficiently and sustainably produce steel.
With materials that are so light and strong they can be described as out of this world, we explore space and fly on less fuel.
Scientists today design materials at atomic levels, allowing them to create new compositions of existing materials.
When a rainstorm devastated a local school in rural Ghana, Sandvik helped rebuild it. “We really appreciate the new facility.”
The UN Sustainable Development Goals are having a profound impact on how many companies, including Sandvik, do business.
Sandvik’s automated loaders and trucks have been working in real mines for over 20 years with zero accidents involving people.
Going to school is the best start in life there is. Sandvik in India ensures that more children are given such a start.
Technology students of the NGO Engineers Without Borders provide sustainable solutions for energy and water supply in Africa.
Solar-powered students travelled 3000 km across the Australian desert in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge.
Improved energy efficiency and productivity save money, while also reducing environmental impact and carbon dioxide emissions.
How do industrial furnaces cope with the extreme heat of up to 1,250 degrees Celsius? Powder metallurgy is the answer.
Researchers in Rovereto, Italy, have found a way to make vegetable oil standard for computer-controlled manufacturing machines.
A Swedish mine found a completely new way of working, resulting in improved around-the-clock productivity and safety. Here’s how.
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