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Newsmakers at KTH

Green bonds, complex diseases and melting metals. These are some of the areas where students and researchers from KTH have recently attracted international attention.

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Researchers aim to densify train traffic

When the number of train trips on several high-traffic railroad lines through the country is reduced due to maintenance work, the KTH Railway Group is working to get more traffic on the available tracks.

Professor Ulf Ringertz explores aircraft behaviour under and above the speed of sound in NASA's Transonic Dynamics Tunnel (TDT). His team has built a generic fighter aircraft model based on the characteristics of the Gripen JAS 39.

Challenging the speed of sound in NASA's wind tunnel

A collaboration between KTH and NASA is taking aeronautical research to new heights. The project is an important contribution to aviation safety and underlines the importance of international partners...

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Floods in Sweden are causing more and more damage. The picture shows an incident in Hallsberg in August this year (Photo: Mostphotos).

"We Swedes need to get our house in order"

Embankments and motorways collapse. Damage from extreme weather events is getting worse while knowledge of how to protect ourselves from them is lagging behind. Johan Silfwerbrand, professor in concre...

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Stefania Giacomello (left) and Danica Kragic Jensfelt. (Photo: Karin Nedler/SciLifeLab and KTH)

KTH researchers receive ERC Synergy Grants

Stefania Giacomello and Danica Kragic Jensfelt part of international teams awarded two ERC Synergy Grants on intestinal diseases and transfer smells digitally

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