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Windiglobe - the startup going for wind power in Tanzania

In Tanzania, mobile phone usage has increased 10-75 % in just 10 years. Windiglobe is now working to develop wind power as a more sustainable alternative for powering charging stations in the costal areas. 

We talked to Sunay Gupta who, together with his team, have just been accepted to the KTH Innovation pre-incubator. He reveals that they are currently looking to recruit two new colleagues to the team - maybe it's you they are looking for? 

Read the article and find the ads here!

What is snot - and what does it do?

Mucus is not only the rather disgusting slime that drops down your nose when you have a cold. It is also an extremely important part of our physiology. One of our cases, Mucus-related therapies, explains why in a very cool way, you'd be surprised to see what that green goo can do for you. Have a look!

Ericsson demos KTH- technology during MWC16

During Mobile World Congress 2016 that was held in Barcelona at the end of February, Hans Vestberg, CEO Ericsson, did a successful demo of the KTH innovation WoodenHaptics. We spoke to Jonas Forsslund, founder of the technology and a researcher at KTH, to find out more about it.

Read the interview with Johan Forsslund here!

The interview is in Swedish but there are film clips in English.

KTH Innovation in social media

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Report from the West

Since November 2015 the KTH Innovations business coach Donnie SC Lygonis is enjoying a VINNOVA fellowship-program to strengthen ties and shorten the leap between the US and Sweden. Dive into the tech mecca that is Silicon Valley and follow his experiences from innovation development to American football games between Stanford and Berkeley. 

Interested in Innovation @ KTH?

- So are we!

We are looking for people who are interested in innovation and entrepreneurship at KTH, and how our new tech solutions can make the world a better place.

Read how you can contribute here!


In brief

Online platform for micro businesses

The KTH student David J. Nartey was one of the winners of the annual KTH Innovation Challenge and is now building an online platform for micro businesses. 


Women in Tech held their annual conference on 8th March to inspire women to choose a career in the male dominated technology industry. 


STING Test Drive Health 2016

Do you have a global business idea in Health - biotech, medtech, diagnostics or nutrition - and wonder what the next step is? 

Then STING Test Drive Health, the entrepreneurship program that helps you formulate and enhance your business model, is for you. During seven evening workshops we share with you the tools to evaluate your business idea and inspire you to get started - all in order for you to have a stable foundation for a potential business startup.

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