The two firms are on the prestigious list of Sweden’s 33 most promising technology companies.
This is the seventh annual list by the magazines Ny Teknik and Affärsvärlden. The 33 finalists were presented at a ceremony at Münchenbryggeriet in Stockholm. OssDsign has developed an implant from a bio-ceramic material that is used for bone repair during severe head injuries.
The former UIC company Q-Linea develops a sensor that can quickly identify bacteria. The company is now on the 33 list for the third year in a row.