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Currently, twelve employees from LKAB study operation and maintenance engineering through Luleå University of Technology. The ongoing internship in operating and maintenance technology is the first of its kind at LKAB. If the investment is successful, the model can be used in other areas of expertise.
As part of its collaboration with the University of Texas in Austin, LTU and LTU Business have sent six students to Texas and India to work with innovation and market validation. Now the LTU Business extends their student program with five years.
This summer, 14 students have completed the LTU Business Innovation Program Impact Lab. There, the participants have developed their own innovative ideas to help achieve the UN's global sustainability goals. The winners became music students Johanna Muntlin and Elvira Seger who want to help children with special needs.
Startups summer is a new venture where researchers get aid from students to discover business potential in their research during the summer. The idea of the concept is to create added benefit for research results and increase the number of innovations from Luleå University of Technology.
A future in constant change requires much of our leaders in the region. Latitude 66 is the mentorship program that strengthens Norrbotten by finding and developing leaders who have broader engagement than just their own business and who will face the challenges of the future. Now another 16 leaders have completed the network of participants and mentors who have taken part in this program.