KTH ranked among world’s top 100

For the second consecutive year, KTH holds the 98th position in the QS World University Ranking. “It’s very encouraging to see our high position among the world’s technical universities, and especially in Europe where we had the sixth highest position,” says KTH Deputy President Mikael Östling.

Innovations for a more sustainable society

Reduced food waste, improved allergy tests and a tool for taking sustainable technologies from the idea stage to market. These are some of the ways that innovation at KTH is confronting society’s challenges.

Journalist and documentary filmmaker Tom Alandh is awarded the 2020 KTH Great Prize. Photo: Cato Lein

Documentary film maker Tom Alandh wins the KTH Great Prize for 2020

After 50 years at Sveriges Television and with over 100 documentary films that have touched and entertained the Swedish TV viewers, Tom Alandh has bec...

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Ole Petter Ottersen. Astrid Söderbergh Widding and Sigbritt Karlsson signing the agreement on the Stockholm trio university alliance May 27 2019. (Niklas Björling)

One year with Stockholm Trio

Just over 12 months ago, the Stockholm Trio University Alliance was launched. The university alliance between the Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm Uni...

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Produce packaging could be one of the first areas where research scientists’ Robotic Matter is used.

A new material takes shape – all by itself

Remember the T-1000 robot from Terminator 2? It could change form into anything at all, including a human being. The microrobots in the animated featu...

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