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NEWS FROM KTH

Portrait of master’s student Suranjan Ottikkutti.

Degree project contributes to better artificial limbs

“I started to understand how useful this work could be to amputees and to other researchers.” Master’s student Suranjan Ottikkutti explains how his algorithms will help make prostheses more comfortable.

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Newsmakers at KTH

Reducing food waste in grocery stores, improved sample taking for virus diseases and more effective climate policies. These are just some of the areas where researchers and students from KTH have excelled recently.

Researcher working with test tubes in process of concentrating virus from sewage
Inside the lab where coronavirus particles are concentrated from sewage water samples. Wastewater-based epidemiology can be a cost-effective alternative to testing large populations for SARS-CoV-2 virus, and it has the potential to be used as an early warning system for the pandemic spread. (Photo: courtesy of Zeynep Cetecioglu Gurol)

Method improves detection of coronavirus in sewage

Individual testing is one way to gauge how much coronavirus has spread in a community, but sampling local sewage offers a real-time take on the state ...

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A scale model of the oceanliner, Oceanbird, undergoing sailing tests in Stockholm.
A scale model of the wind-powered oceanliner, Oceanbird, undergoing tests in Stockholm. (photo: private)

Wind-powered cargo ship model sails in Stockholm

Until the mid-19th century, wind-powered vessels dominated the seas for at least 4,000 years. Now they’re making a comeback in the name of sustainabil...

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Photo of two fishermen fishing for Carp Bream.
Carp Bream is both a good and climate smart fish that unfortunately is often thrown back in the water when caught. Photo: Roger Turesson / DN / TT

“The sea is the key to a sustainable future”

Of the 240,000 tons of fish that are caught in Sweden annually, only 40 percent goes to food consumption. At the same time, Sweden imports three quart...

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The Vice Presidents’ blog

Want to get a good overview of what is happening at KTH? Six Vice Presidents blog about everything from sustainability to digitalization. This time Stefan Östlund, Vice President for Global Relations, writes about KTH attracts talents.

International student blog

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