It’s not all about driverless vehicles. This is a completely new approach to mobility. We are on the threshold of a radical shift, and it’s happening fast. In just a few years the world will change. We will see entirely new mobility business models enabling sustainable cities. Be part of that journey with Drive Sweden!
Europe’s number one enterprise IT event series returns to Stockholm! This year’s events will be the most comprehensive business-enhancing experience for those across the IT industry, including IT managers, CTOs, CDOs, network and storage engineers, CISOs, data analysts, developers and communications specialists. IP EXPO Nordic and Cyber Security Nordic 2017 will feature over 80 exhibitors, 100 speakers with free to attend seminars from national and international industry leaders.
Kista Science City AB has played a leading role in a new overall plan for the district. A new structural plan and urban quality policies are being developed in collaboration with the City of Stockholm and the major property owners in Kista. Kista Science City AB is now hiring a process manager to conceptualize the project in addition to and support of the development project to bring life to spaces between buildings.
May 31 – Deadline for singup to participate June 20 – Message about admission September 13 – Workshop Participatory design (PD) emerged in the 60ties as a result of labor unions’ reaction against social, political and economic changes introduced by technology in the workplace. The PD approach, rooted in a Scandinavian philosophy on system […]
Jan Färjh has been appointed new chairman of The Electrum Foundation after former chairman Ulf Wahlberg resigned. Jan Färjh is currently Vice President, Head of Standardization and Industry at Ericsson. In his role, Jan is responsible for Ericsson’s standardization strategies and industry alignment in the areas of Telecom, Data/IT and Media.
Kista Science City and The Department of Computer and Information Sciences at Stockholm University invites you to a open lecture, by Micheala Magas, in the series “The Internet of Things and Smart Communities” to take the pulse of new opportunities for innovation and Creative Industries.
Do you want to discuss ideas, or early-stage startup challenges? Meet STING at Electrum on March 7 for free coaching.
Give more students on Järva’s elementary schools a chance to meet and be inspired by companies and universities in Kista. That is what Kista Science City AB wants to support through a new collaboration with My Dream Now.
I have just written an opinion on the proposal for a new master plan for the City of Stockholm in which you can find worthy formulations about what the City of Stockholm wants and have in mind for Kista. We at Kista Science City AB want to take this opportunity to highlight our opinion on some key issues for us.
During the spring of 2017 ABB business center is being relocated to Kista. Meanwhile, Peter Lofgren, Head of Strategic Collaboration & Business Development ABB Corp Research, is taking a seat in the board of the Electrum Foundation which through its subsidiaries Kista Science City AB and STING AB is going to initiate cooperation and development within Kista.
Exciting interview by Kista Science Citys very own Communication Manager, Naod Abera, in the local paper covering what is now reshaping our future in Central Kista.
The County Council has voted in favor of a tramway to Kista. Construction start 217. Watch the short video by the newspaper Mitti to get a full summary.
Friday 9th December Nobel Laureate in Physics, Professor J. Michael Kosterlitz visited Kista Science City. As one part of the program The Nobel Laurete visited young high school students from the Stockholm Science and Innovation School for a Q&A. The full recording of the Q&A is available here!
Friday 9th December Nobel Laureate in Physics, Professor J. Michael Kosterlitz will be visiting Kista Science City. J. Michael Kosterlitz will visit young high school students from the Stockholm Science and Innovation School and participate in a roundtable discussion with leading professors from around the world and representatives from Ericsson.