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About Sea of Inventions

Sea of Inventions is a project managed by the Swedish Patent and Registration Office that will uncover the technology that can be used to protect and improve the Baltic Sea environment. It is part of the efforts of the Swedish government to implement the new EU strategy for the Baltic Sea region and aims to  boost activity in green innovation in the region and thereby improve the environmental state of the Baltic Sea.

By assessing the technology in areas that relate to specific environmental problems in the Baltic Sea, information can be provided to interested parties such as inventors, companies, agencies, organisations and investors active in green technology and innovation. The patent-based information will be presented in a free database that will be launched in 2011.

To identify the prioritized environmental areas we are using environmental data and action plans from established environmental authorities such as the Helsinki Commission, national EPAs and other relevant government agencies.

If you have questions or suggestions, please contact project manager Tobias Selin (tobias.selin@prv.se) or comment below.

(Header picture by Argonowski)

Please note that views expressed in this blog are not those of the Swedish Patent and Registration Office but the private views of the individual contributors.

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One Comment leave one →
  1. Karin permalink
    August 2, 2010 22:46

    Hej!
    Jag vill följa bloggen och hittar bara följmöjlighet genom att skicka en kommentar!

    Intressant projekt det här!

    Karin

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