Sometimes life changes in ways you did not see coming. You had an accident and lost a limb or woke up with Parkinson’s disease or Diabetes. Or maybe you were born deaf and could not hear a sound. We want to empower people to lead their everyday lives with quality .
Sandvik’s Susanne Norgren is passionate about materials. By changing a material’s properties you can change its design and ultimately the end product – creating tomorrow’s materials. So far Norgren’s work has led to more than 380 patents.
At age 35, New Zealander Andrew Johnson was a successful lawyer, a devoted husband and father, an avid reader and keen water skier. Then out of the blue he was diagnosed with early onset Parkinson’s disease. Eleven years later, Johnson has regained his quality of life thanks to deep
If Jacob Johanen’s life was a play, this would be the third act. His journey through pain and turmoil, doubt and disease resulted in self-discovery and contentment, and it was made possible by a strong will and some amazing, if tiny, technology.
Motor nodes are one of the hardest parts to manufacture when it comes to premium electric bikes. When GSD Global turned to Sandvik to investigate the possibility of 3D printing their nodes in titanium, they were thrilled to find out that they could get a lighter, more durable – and much
His first attempt to get hired didn´t succeed, but he came back with a degree and some 25 years later he is in charge of the R&D-department at Kanthal. Meet Dilip Chandrasekaran and listen to his view on leadership and on heating for a sustainable future.
Craig Lockwood is obsessed with food and creating exquisite knives for some of the best restaurants in the world. The goal is to create beautiful and highly functional knives with sustainability at heart.