School of Architecture and Built Environment

Karim Jebari on Human Enhancement

Humans have always had a desire to make themselves better, faster, stronger and
smarter. Today we can. With implants, nanotechnology, artificial body parts and
smart drugs we can enhance human physiology beyond our current limitations. But
should we really pursue this? And can we do it responsibly?  We discuss the dangers and pitfalls of human enhancement.

The dilemma of human enhancement

New study

Digitization and sustainable consumption

The purpose of this study was to clarify whether, and if so how, the use of digital services could contribute to the transition to a resource-efficient society and reduced environmental impact.  The study focused on household consumption and was divided into four key categories – housing, consumption, travel and food.

Digitization and sustainable consumption


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New blog on Sustainable Built Environment

Read the new blog for the KTH Centre for a Sustainable Built Environment. The blog will profile innovative research fields emerging at the university that have the potential to provide radically new approaches to the built environment. It  provides bite-sized updates on new research frontiers on a regular basis with video and interviews.

Centre for a Sustaianable Built Environment blog

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