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In the Swedish government research bill, presented by Helen Hellmark Knutsson, Minister for Higher Education and Research, Lighthouse likes the amb

What can we expect of smart vessels and future shipping? And how can Sweden stay in the limelight of future technology?

During summers, Linnaaus Unviersity welcomes student from all over the world.

In December, Lighthouse gathers the maritime sector - industry, academia and government - to map out the route for a Swedish initiative towards a s

Now we have an app where we will provide information about our current events, with speakers, programme and other information.

Over 50% of the world population lives in cities and this percentage is increasing, which makes great demands on our transportation system.

There are hundreds of shipwrecks along the Swedish coast that can be described as a ticking environmental bomb.

During the past year, a large part of the Swedish maritime sector, under the management of the Swedish Maritime Forum, have been working with a mar

The Swedish Energy Agency own paper Energivärlden devoted a large part of its latest issue to the maritime sector.

Two different research projects focusing on the maritime sector has received support from the Swedish innovation agency Vinnova.

By using a different route planning, sensitive areas of the Baltic Sea could be better protected.

United Nations International Maritime Organization (IMO) has decided to introduce a mandatory data collection system for reporting fuel consumption

International Maritime Organization (IMO) has agreed to limit Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) emissions from ships' exhaust gases in the Baltic Sea as propose

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HELCOM (Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission - Helsinki Commission)