The Lundbäck Legacy

Where others just saw a muscle, Stig Lundbäck saw innovations that can change the world. Watch Stig’s daughter, Christina Lundbäck talk about her father and his legacy.

On the 30th of March 1984, Doctor Stig Lundbäck patented the human heart, or to be more precise, he patented the technology that resembles the human heart’s pump function – eventually calling it DAPP (Dynamic Adaptive Piston Pump).

Stig’s daughter, Christina Lundbäck talks about her father and his legacy – how to use the heart’s mechanism to create new sustainable industrial products – leading to the creation of three innovative companies; SurfCleaner, Cascade Drives and CorPower Ocean.

 

The support from the Swedish Energy Agency has been instrumental in allowing the entire world to benefit from Stig’s discoveries. Stig is no longer with us, but his ideas live on – continuing to generate more new products.

The Swedish Energy Agency supports hundreds of Swedish innovators in their pursuit of solutions that can help our world face the challenges of energy transition.

Learn more about Stig Lundbäck’s legacy:
https://cascadedrives.com/
http://www.corpowerocean.com/
https://www.energimyndigheten.se/

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Where others just saw a muscle, Stig Lundbäck saw innovations that can change the world. Watch Stig’s daughter, Christina Lundbäck talk about her father and his legacy.

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