We help clients exploring the adjacent possible of ideas and inventions to generate patents and products that will fuel the businesses of the future
Launched in 2021, with headquarters in Helsinki, Finland, The Adjacent Possible is an Open Innovation Studio with a focus on R&D and Intellectual Property (IP).
Led by our team’s diverse background in science, technology, research, business, and academia, we help clients exploring the adjacent possible of ideas and inventions to generate patents and products that will fuel the businesses of the future.
Meet the Exploratorium
At the forefront of Technology Re-engineering & Novel Patent Generation
We identify patents that can be re-engineered for use into different or adjacent industries.
Understands existing ideas by decomposing and recombining them
Novel patent generation
Combines existing ideas with the latest industry trends and emerging technologies
The Adjacent Possible origins followed its prestigious selection and participation in KIUAS, the leading startup accelerator in Finland, and the first edition of the “90 Day Finn” program. The Adjacent Possible team was selected among more than five thousand entrepreneurs, investors, corporate executives, and tech talents from all over the world to live and discover opportunities in the Nordic capital for three months.
The Adjacent Possible journey also includes receiving a set of key innovation-related grants from Business Finland, a public organization under the Finnish Ministry of Employment and the Economy, and a monetary award from the European Union Space Programme Agency (EUSPA) – and backed by the European Space Agency (ESA) – for the work done on a Quantum-based intelligent collision avoidance system to track, monitor, and predict space debris trajectories in Low-Earth Orbit – better known as “Quasy Tech.”
The Adjacent Possible has also invented solutions that also account for international patent applications pending in the fields of aerial firefighting (Aviogel) and information-based services (Ask Nearby), among others.