To strengthen our capacity for international collaborations, Sweden has placed Offices of Science and Innovation at the embassies in Beijing, Brasília, New Delhi, Seoul, Tokyo and Washington D.C. The overall goal of the offices is to strengthen Sweden’s global connections to strategic international innovation, science and higher education environments. The offices’ task is to act as brokers, strategic advisors and door-openers.
The priorities for the Offices of Science and Innovation follow the Swedish Government’s five Innovation Partnership Programmes – Next Generation Travel and Transport, Smart Cities, Circular and Bio-based Economy, Life Science and Connected Industry and New Materials. The offices priorities are also linked to 2030 Agenda and the UN global goals. [Update coming soon].
The Offices of Science and Innovation are financed and governed jointly by the Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation, the Ministry of Infrastructure, the Ministry of Education and Research and the Ministry of the Environment, in close collaboration with the Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
How often will this blog be updated?
Each office and the secretariat in Stockholm will update a few times a month, giving you a flow of news and updates. You can also follow our offices via twitter and each Embassy’s social media flow. If you have any questions or want to join in our co-creation, please do not hesitate to contact the offices or the secretariat. Our contact information can be found here.