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Oscar Guermouche and Lovisa Hamrin. Photo: Vandalorum

May 30, 2023

In the fusion between industry, art and academia, answers to society’s questions are sought

The Hamrin Foundation initiates interdisciplinary projects that seek answers and concrete solutions to societal issues. A clear example of this is a unique collaboration between The Hamrin Foundation, Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm School of Economic, and an industrial company in Småland.

May 15, 2023

Hanna Ståhl takes over as CEO of The Hamrin Foundation

The Hamrin Foundation creates interdisciplinary projects that move society, academia, and business. To develop the foundation’s operations, The Hamrin Foundation has recruited Hanna Ståhl as CEO – the first since the foundation was founded in 1986.

Oscar Guermouche and Lovisa Hamrin. Photo: Vandalorum

May 8, 2023

The Hamrin Foundation and Vandalorum introduce a new art and industry collaboration

In the spring of 2023, The Hamrin Foundation and Vandalorum will start an educational program unique to Sweden, where art and design students at Swedish universities collaborate with industries in Småland. 

April 20, 2023

Winners of The Hamrin Foundation Impact Scholarship 2022 focus their thesis on innovation, entrepreneurship, and sustainable energy

The Hamrin Foundation launched the Impact Scholarship in 2022. A scholarship for master’s thesis students who have made a significant contribution to society. In its first year, the scholarship has been awarded to two theses (four students) from Lund University and Blekinge Institute of Technology.

April 18, 2023

The Hamrin Foundation and Karlstad University in a new collaboration – new knowledge is created when research meets practice

The Center for Service Research (CTF) at Karlstad University researches services and value creation from a user perspective – often with the customer experience in focus. In collaboration with The Hamrin Foundation, CTF is now releasing a new seminar series…

April 13, 2023

World-leading antibiotic researchers receive prize for research communication by The Hamrin Foundation and Örebro University

Joakim Larsson, world-leading researcher in antibiotic resistance, will be the first to receive the new major Prize for outstanding research communication of SEK 100,000. The prize has been established by The Hamrin Foundation and Örebro University.

January 10, 2023

Hamrin Foundation launches scholarship for master students

The Hamrin Foundation aims to create real impact through projects and investments. Impact for academia, industry and society. Part of that is the Hamrin Foundation’s new Impact Scholarship, opening…

January 07, 2023

The Hamrin Foundation contributes to research on Sweden’s geo-economic conditions

The troubled geopolitical situation makes it urgent for the Entrepreneurship Forum to strengthen research and analysis on Sweden’s geo-economic conditions, competitiveness and long-term…