Students representing 35 countries got to meet KTH researchers and students during the Stockholm Junior Water Prize on Wednesday, August 28. (Photos by David Callahan)

An international VIP visit from young innovators focuses on water

KTH’s Water Centre hosted finalists in the Stockholm Junior Water Prize on Wednesday, August 28, for a full day of innovation coaching and discussions...

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Researchers at KTH and Siberian Federal University in Russia used high-precision calculations to examine, for the first time, the electronic and optical properties of both single- and multi-layer films made of the material. (photo: Andreas Gücklhorn)

A possible alternative to silicon-based solar cells is shown to be more efficient

A possible alternative to silicon-based solar panels has been shown to convert solar energy into electricity more efficiently, reports KTH Professor H...

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Internationalization of the study body and faculty is one factor in lifting the university into the world's top 100 list.

KTH takes place among world's Top 100 universities

KTH takes its place among the Top 100 universities worldwide in the QS World University Rankings, which were released today. At 98th, KTH joins fewer ...

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