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#Swedishmade: The story of Alfred Nobel and the dynamite

Today is December 10, known in Sweden as Nobeldagen - the day of Nobel. So it is with no further ado that we would like to introduce Alfred Nobel, and his most famous invention - the dynamite.

#Swedishmade: The 3-point seat belt

In 1958, Nils Bohlin was hired by Volvo to be their first Chief Safety Engineer. Following a fatal car crash of a relative to the CEO of Volvo, they decided to increase their safety measures. Nils had previously worked for SAAB, another Swedish automotive company, designing ejector seats in fighter jets. He had vast experience using the 4-point harness in airplanes but understood that implementing that into cars would be harder, and less efficient for the passengers.

#Swedishmade: Skype

#Nordicmade is the article series in which we feature famous brands, apps, artists, DJs and companies that are made in the Nordics. 

#Swedishmade: Minecraft

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#Swedishmade: Zound Industries

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#Swedishmade: Nordstrom

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11 misconceptions about Sweden that make Swedes facepalm

If you're a Swede in America, you've definitely heard your fair share of comments and misconceptions about Sweden, which probably just makes you want to bury your face in your hands and cry (but you don't, cause you're Swedish).

11 things people say that make Swedes facepalm

If you're a Swede in America, you've definitely heard your fair share of comments and misconceptions about Sweden, which probably just makes you want to bury your face in your hands and cry (but you don't, cause you're Swedish).

This Volvo exhibition at Fotografiska New York gives car crash survivors a platform to...

Now Volvo Cars USA has partnered up with photographer, Martin Schoeller, to put together a heartfelt exhibition at the Swedish photography museum, Fotografiska, in New York City called, A Million More.

#Nordicmade: Fjällräven

New year, new us. We are bringing back our article series, originally called #Swedishmade, and turning into #Nordicmade. That means that we will feature famous...