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New at KTH

Research is being conducted with humanoid robots at KTH.

Robots that care for patients

Can a robot create a sense of comfort and security for healthcare patients? Computer science researchers at KTH are studying how to programme empathy, respect and courtesy into a machine.

Polite robots – a possible future in healthcare

Sports research with 8 partners

KTH Center for Sports Engineering brings together all research at KTH connected to sports and an active life style – from elite practice to exercise and health.

KTH Center for Sports Engineering

Quicker development for kidney pharmaceuticals

KTH spinoff Magnephy enhances the lives of kidney disease patients. Their solution cuts development time for new pharmaceuticals. 

10 health innovations from KTH

"At SciLifeLab, activities revolve around life science – a globally important research field that makes a difference in areas such as health, environment and climate."

Find all research infrastructures
Researcher Beatriz Pérez Horno.

Taking aim at solar panel recycling

Without a recycling plan, we risk being buried by a mountain of old solar panels within a couple of decades. KTH researcher Beatriz Pérez Horno is now looking for circular strategies.

Mission: Avoiding solar panel scrap crisis

KTH:s rektor Anders Söderholm.

The President's blog

Anders Söderholm, President of KTH, explores the latest in academia and KTH's role in the societal development.

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