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Åsa Unander-Scharin dances with two robots on the KTH Reactor Hall stage

Student programs KTH opera robots

The robots King and Queen dance and play musical instruments in KTH's opera The Tale of the Great Computing Machine, which premieres on December 1. KTH student Elsa Benzinger has programmed the robots based on artistic director Åsa Unander-Scharin's choreography.

Val Zwiller in front of lab instrument for study of quantum dots
Quantum communication will reduce power consumption for viewing an average YouTube video by a factor of billions, making the communications transfer virtually free of charge,” says Zwiller, here in front of "low temperature microphoto-luminescence" equipment, for the study of single quantum dots. Quantum dots are found in semiconductor materials.

KTH collaboration with Nobel Prize Laureate in Physics proves quantum teleportation

Quantum detectors used in research projects that form the basis of this year’s Nobel Prize in Physics were created by Professor Val Zwiller’s research group at KTH. “Quantum teleportation has huge po...

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a microscope in a lab
The newly developed gel proved 98 percent effective in blocking sperm from entering the uterus of sheep. Pictured, a microscope is set up for examining the penetration of sperm through cervical mucus. (Photo: Ulrike Schimpf)

Non-hormonal gel proves effective at helping mucus block sperm

A new way to prevent pregnancy without side effects may be possible with a prophylactic gel made from all natural, non-hormonal ingredients, researchers at KTH report. The gel reinforces the cervical ...

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wood pieces
On the far left, natural wood is seen. The three pieces of wood on the right have undergone different types of treatment that give a higher surface area and smaller pores, which provide rapid water transport through the material. Photo: Jonas Garemark.

Scientists produce electricity from wood

At a time when energy is an issue affecting many millions of people worldwide, scientists at KTH have managed to harvest electricity by passing water through refined wood. Their work has recently been...

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