Published Jun 04, 2012
The private donation of 70 million SEK that was received by the Royal Institute of Technology from Kerstin and Rune Jonasson is now being used for purchases of high-tech medical equipment in the imaging area.
Published Apr 25, 2012
Via a private donation of SEK 5 million, KTH has been able to establish the Foundation THE KTH – INDIA SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION so that two scholars from India are able study at graduate level at KTH every year. Applicants must have at least a four-year Bachelor's degree from a technical university college or its equivalent in their native country.
Published Mar 21, 2012
The Erling-Persson Family Foundation has donated SEK 22 million ($3.2 million) to help KTH expand research into medical imaging physics and computed tomography. The new funding will allow important new diagnostic tools to move out of the laboratory and into medical clinics.
Published Aug 31, 2011
A major private donation to KTH—one of the largest in the university’s history—will be devoted to development of a new centre for high technology medical imaging.
Published Jun 20, 2011
KTH Royal Institute of Technology has received a donation from Kerstin and Rune Jonasson of SEK 70 million (€7.7 million; $11 million). The figure represents one of the largest private donations in KTH’s history.