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From industry to surgery

Industrial robots can also be useful in healthcare. Researchers at KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) are adapting robots from factories to assist in operations in hospitals. The hope is to give more healthcare facilities access to surgical robot systems.

Industrial robots learn surgery

Bioproduction with 22 partners

Development of cutting-edge technologies in continuous bioproduction of biopharmaceuticals - including cell and gene therapy.

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Neosense, Kenneth Danehorn.

Better odds for premature babies

Premature babies who receive too much or too little oxygen can develop serious complications. The researchers behind Neosense Technologies has developed a system gives them better odds.

10 health innovations from KTH

"The body is a complex machine. Connecting its functions with technologies that can help it perform better is part of the lab's work".

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PhD student Elias Krantz (KTH) and  PhD student Pedro Roque (KTH) with space robots.

New lab trains space robots in weightless environments

In KTH’s newest lab, space robots are training to navigate in weightless environments. The lab is one of the biggest in Europe. But how do you create a weightless-like environment for the space robots?

Read more about the WASP NEST-project DISCOWER

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