Students in a class room.

Equality training on track

Working towards Sweden’s policy on gender equality, KTH is adding equality and diversity training to all of its programmes.

“We have reached a tipping point,” says KTH Vice President Anna Wahl. “No one is asking ‘why’ anymore. People are mainly onboard and saying, ‘yes, let’s do this.’”

Headset being used by a man watching the app on a smartphone
With a headset and app, users can see their own brain signals, or neurons, and influence them in various games via focused thinking. On the display you can see how the body pumps blood to the areas of the brain being trained. The technology is known as neurofeedback and up to now, has primarily been used within the care sector and by company executives and sports stars to deal with stress, anxiety, ADHD, sleeping problems, migraines, memory difficulties and similar disorders.

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KTH initiative becomes a part of a prestigious consortium

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Portrait of Nikita Patil
Nikita Patil, pictured last fall, explains how the pandemic has led her back to exploring her love of painting and drawing (photo: David Callahan).

Pandemic leads student to revisit first love: art

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