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Cancer survival is tied to protein levels

A major paper published in Science today offers a new path to personalized cancer treatment.

NEWS

First-time look at Crab Nebula’s polarized X-rays

Henrik Aspeborg and Anders Andersson, biotechnology researchers at KTH, are studying the digestive system of the moose in order to identify enzymes that efficiently degrade biomass.

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Moose rumen provides insights on the degradation of biomass

Henrik Aspeborg and Anders Andersson, biotechnology researchers at KTH, are studying the digestive system of the moose in order to identify enzymes that efficiently degrades biomass.

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Sigbritt Karlsson on KTH's role in society and current and future education and research.

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