This week, Muon Solutions (“the Company”) has sent a representative to the BSUIN Undeground Laboratory Workshop in Oskarshamn, Sweden. The Baltic Sea Underground Innovation Network (BSUIN) project aims to make the underground laboratories in the Baltic Sea region more accessible for innovation, business development and science by improving the information about the underground laboratories, the operation, user experiences and safety.
The BSUIN consortium has 14 full members from eight Baltic Sea countries, from which six are underground labs. The underground laboratories involved in the BSUIN project are Callio Lab (Pyhäsalmi mine, Finland), Äspö Hard Rock Laboratory (Oskarshamn, Sweden), Reiche Zeche (TU Freiberg Research and Education mine, Germany), KGHM CUPRUM R&D Centre (Wroclaw, Poland), Khlopin Institute Underground Laboratory (Saint Petersburg, Russia) and Ruskeala marble mine (Karelia, Russia). Other full members include various scientific research centres and academic institutes. The BSUIN project is EU funded by Interreg Baltic Sea funding cooperation.
In addition to the project’s 14 full partners, there is a total of 15 associated organisations in the BSUIN consortium. Muon Solutions is one of them.