When the world's largest gaming fair is held in Cologne, Germany, several gaming companies from Umeå participate to create new business.
Umeå Biotech Incubator granted SEK 10 million between 2020-2022 to help researchers commercialise their ideas for the greater benefit of society.
Recently, Exploratoriet held the Cool teknik program, a one-week event aimed at getting more girls interested in technology. Nuiteq supported the event.
Nuiteq has appointed Felicia Ignberg as its Video Editor as the need for video is increasing.
Umeå Biotech Incubator has appointed Lena Karlsson Engman as its new Chairman of the Board.
Life science company Inficure Bio attract millions in new funding round.
Nuiteq from Skellefteå, has announced that it has raised its third round of venture capital funding.
”We are incredibly happy. This gives us the opportunity to expand globally”, says Niklas Norgren, CEO.
Brain Stimulation from Umeå receives EU funding to reach the global market with technology for stroke rehabilitation.
When Loogup participated in the final run of Arctic15 Funding Program in Helsinki they took the chance to investigate the finish market
Umeå University will host and coordinate a SEK 660 million initiative by the Wallenberg Foundations for Humanistic and Social Scientific Research in AI and Autonomous Systems.