Who studies at MTLS? | Statistics of the admitted students

Recently, I received a lot of questions. Many of them look like these: “I study XXX, I want to know if I am eligible to be considered by MTLS? ” or “Are there any current MTLS students who come from YYY, just like me?” In this blog, you are going to find out more about … Continue reading “Who studies at MTLS? | Statistics of the admitted students”

Concentrating in basic research: what I saw in KAW100

In the area of scientific research, especially those concentrate in fundamental, mechanistic understanding, the major blockade is definitely looking for funding opportunity. That’s why I heard of the Wallenberg Foundation (in a research group’s prate, indeed) much earlier than recognizing that the Wallenberg Family regimens Swedish finance sector, indirectly contributes to half of the country’s … Continue reading “Concentrating in basic research: what I saw in KAW100”

1st semester of Molecular Techniques in Life Science – Part I

Happy New Year! Today is the sixth of January, I am sure that everyone of you has enjoyed the long winter break and fully prepare for the coming Monday! For the prospective students, it is (unfortunately) time to start/fine-tune application documents, and prioritize choices on universityadmission.se after thoughtful consideration. To help you with the critical … Continue reading “1st semester of Molecular Techniques in Life Science – Part I”

In the Nobel week: lecture by Dr. Ohsumi (2016 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine)

In Stockholm, there are three festivals to celebrate in December: Christmas, Lucia, and Nobel week! Nobel week  While the Nobel banquet and Nobel Prize award ceremony seem distant, the Nobel lecture series is something that you cannot miss! It is delivered by the Nobel Prize laureates of the year, and conducted in English. Furthermore, it requires … Continue reading “In the Nobel week: lecture by Dr. Ohsumi (2016 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine)”

Joint Master Programme in Molecular Techniques in Life Science

The unabbreviated  name of the programme that I study at KTH is “The Joint Master’s Programme in Molecular Techniques in Life Science”.  It is a long name and I find it always hard to explain it to others. Now, as one of the KTH official bloggers, I finally get the opportunity to explicate what it … Continue reading “Joint Master Programme in Molecular Techniques in Life Science”