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Technology alone won’t solve climate crisis

KTH’s Great Prize recipient, Johan Rockström, says that the world is ready for a sustainable path forward. Read the interview with this world-leading climate researcher on what has to happen to address global warming.

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Isabelle Matthiesen prepares the brain-on-chip device for testing. (Photo: Saskia Ludwig)

Human stem cells enable model to test drug impact on brain’s blood barrier

Using an experimental model to simulate the blood-brain barrier, scientists at KTH reported in unprecedented detail how antioxidants protect the brain...

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KTH is now certified according to the EU Charter & Code.

KTH in line with EU Charter & Code

KTH has now signed up to the EU Charter & Code following EU Commission approval of our application. In so doing, KTH has gained HR Excellence in Rese...

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The cocktail of metabolic activators were reported to reduce recovery time for Covid-19 patients.

Covid-19 patients recover faster with metabolic activator treatment, study shows

Metabolic activators can reduce recovery time by as many as 3.5 days in patients with mild-to-moderate Covid-19, according to a study published today ...

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