A Multidisciplinary Research Center within Organic Bioelectronics

Agneta3OBOE-center includes research groups from Linköping University, Karolinska Institutet and Acreo Swedish ICT and is funded by the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF) and VINNOVA. The center aims at combining cutting edge organic electronics with biomedicine to develop novel and groundbreaking approaches in life sciences.

Magnus Berggren, professor in Organic Electronics at Linköping University & Agneta Richter-Dahlfors, professor in Cellular Microbiology at Karolinska Institutet, initiative takers and founders of OBOE Center.

OBOE Center in short:

  • 100 publications
  • 12 theses
  • 100 mkr in accumulated research investments
  • 11 granted patents
  • 10 research groups and in total over 50 members in the network
  • 2 subsidiaries
  • 4 previous and current industrial partners
  • 2 collaborations with industrial research institutes

Artifical neuron mimicks function of human cells (2015).

Iontronix presenting the Ionpump technology for Pace Makers at Venture Arena on the 5th of November 2013.

CellAway presenting its Electronic Release technology at Venture Arena on the 5th of November 2013

Let us introduce the OBOEtte

To build new Brains

Professor Ola Hermanson talks about – “Building new Brains”, (Education UR-Play)

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