diplomANS was awarded the SwedNanoTech prize as the “Nano Company of the year”. Industrial relevance and robustness of the ANS technology helping customers increase efficiency and improve fuel economy were some of the winning factors. The jury announced ANS the winner stating:

”A company that has utilized nanotechnology for energy saving application to address to a broad customer basis, with a clear business plan and go-to-market-strategy.”

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ANS voted one of Sweden’s 33 hottest hightech companies in Sweden.
ANS has been listed as one of the 33 most prominent hightech companies in Sweden by NyTeknik and Affärsvärlden. ANS has now been awarded three years in a row (2009, 2010 and 2011).
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On the 33 List

ANS voted one of Sweden’s 33 hottest hightech companies in Sweden. ANS has been listed as one of the 33 most prominent hightech companies in Sweden by NyTeknik and Affärsvärlden. ANS has now been awarded three years in a row (2009, 2010 and 2011).

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ANS Won Another Prize

ANS won the prize as the most promising cleanTech company at the Investment Forum, a contest at The Swedish National Energy Convention 2009. The Prize was awarded by a high level investment jury consisting of Malin Nordgren (IKEA GreenTech AB), André Heintz (Sustainable Technologies Fund), Lars-Olof Bäckman (Spiltan), Tobias Elmquist (Volvo Technology Transfer) and Per Ericsson (ETF).

ANS won the prize as the most promising cleanTech company at the Investment Forum, a contest at The Swedish National Energy Convention 2009. The Prize was awarded by a high level investment jury consisting of Malin Nordgren (IKEA GreenTech AB), André Heintz (Sustainable Technologies Fund), Lars-Olof Bäckman (Spiltan), Tobias Elmquist (Volvo Technology Transfer) and Per Ericsson (ETF).

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Innovator of the Year

Applied Nano Surfaces’ CTO, Nils Stavlid, is awarded “innovator of the year” in Uppsala for his ground breaking research in Tribology. Nils is also nominated for the SKAPA prize (sweden’s largest innovation prize in the memory of Alfred Nobel).