Eleven years after he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, Andrew Johnson regained his quality of life.
The possibility of individualization and on-demand availability of implants, prostheses and other medical devices will affect the lives of many people.
Sandvik is helping customers map areas of their mines that were previously unreachable.
Sandvik’s Susanne Norgren is passionate about materials. So far her work has led to more than 380 patents.
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.
Compressor valve steel from Sandvik is helping reduce energy consumption one appliance at time.
A training module called “Engineer 4.0” will boost the competency of techies on everything from robotics to 5G.
Sandvik and Cisco Systems' collaboration is a match made in mining heaven, delivering huge improvements to underground mines.
The coronavirus pandamic drove a Sandvik tubing site in Germany to digitalize quickly, delivering its best quarterly turnover ever.
President and CEO of Sandvik Stefan Widing is convinced that collaboration and hard work will successfully get the company through these challenging times.
Could Kanthal, the world leader in manufacturing sustainable heating technology, make the world's fastest pizza?
World traveller Elisabeth Lidström-Dupuy found her calling in the engineering world.
For Talitha Groenewold, engineering opportunities are available for everyone, particularly at Sandvik
Sofia Hansson believes a mixture of gender and background brings dynamic innovation to the table.
Combining additive manufacturing with a light and strong material like titanium gives new sustainability advantages.