Helen Andréasson holds a Licentiate Research degree in Environmental Biogeochemistry from Stockholm University. Helens’ expertise is in analysing and making the innovation system more efficient. This implies visualising good practice and the utilisation of research results. Her experience comes from working in all sectors including positions in the private sector, in research institutes and from working at the Swedish Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation and at VINNOVA – Swedish Governmental agency for Innovation Systems.
Prior to joining Technopolis Group, Helen worked at Research Institutes of Sweden, responsible for coordinating RISE’s 26 areas of excellence including evaluations and impact assessments of the research. She has excellent skills in environmental technologies and sustainable development and was responsible for developing the research part of The Swedish government’s Environmental Technology Strategy that was launched in September 2011.