Entering the US market, 1928 Diagnostics will provide value for US based hospitals to fight hospital acquired infections.
The 1928 team were in Stockholm for the first ever Norrsken Impact Week, as one of the ten finalists for the Norrsken Award 2019.
March 2019 was a busy month! Were invited to talk about three different topics at three unique events.
Inspirational talk by 1928 Diagnostics at the first Female Network Forum arranged by Sigma Technology on the 27th of February.
Looking back at the World Economic Forum Annual meeting with business, government and key opinion leaders in Davos. Kristina Lagerstedt, CEO and co-founder, represented 1928 Diagnostics.
1928 Diagnostics CEO, Kristina Lagerstedt, is attending this year's World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos.
Kristina Lagerstedt, CEO of 1928 Diagnostics, shares some thoughts for World Antibiotic Resistance Week 2018.
We are truly honoured that 1928 Diagnostics was awarded the Arvid Carlsson Award 2018.
1928 Diagnostic's CEO recently came back from the WEF-conference Annual Meeting of the New Champions where we were awarded Technology Pioneer of 2018. It is an honour to attend this exciting event in Tianjin, China Sept 17th-21st.
1928 Diagnostics was selected among hundreds of candidates when World Economic Forum on Thursday announced its selection of the world's 61 most promising Technology Pioneers 2018.
Read about how 1928D is fighting antibiotic resistance in todays number of Göteborgs-Posten.
1928D was selected as one of the 33 most innovative and promising companies in Sweden for the second time in a row.
1928 Diagnostics was one of three finalists in the 2018 eHealth award. The award focuses on giving attention to Swedish innovations in digital health that can enable more efficient and safer processes in health care.
The 1928D team is in Madrid at ECCMID 2018. New and old customers, collaborators and friend are very welcome to meet us in booth 90!
Our clinical decision support software for Staphylococcus aureus infections now has a CE mark!
Listen to Kristina and Susanne in a science radio show focusing on new technologies combating antibiotic resistance.