Newsmakers at KTH

More effective malaria medication, faster cancer diagnosis and better surveillance of natural catastrophes. These are just some of the areas where researchers from KTH have excelled recently.

The team behind the discovery of the new form of superfluidity: from left, Bo Cederwall, professor of physics at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Xiaoyu Liu, Wei Zhang, Aysegül Ertoprak, Farnaz Ghazi Moradi and Özge Aktas

Exotic atomic nuclei reveal traces of new form of superfluidity

Recent observations of the internal structure of the rare isotope ruthenium-88 shed new light on the internal structure of atomic nuclei, a breakthrou...

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The Re:newcell founders, from left, KTH Professor Mikael Lindström, Christofer Lindgren, Malcolm Norlin and KTH Professor Gunnar Henriksson

Cellulose technology enables swift scaling up of cotton recycling enterprise

Ethanol production was the aim when two KTH Royal Institute of Technology professors first developed their method for breaking down plant cellulose ab...

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Testing for drug safety and efficiency may be accelerated with a system of chips that simulate human organs, which was developed by researchers at KTH and Harvard University.

Chips could accelerate tests for drug safety and effectiveness

A multiple organ-on-chip platform developed by researchers at KTH and Harvard University could drastically accelerate drug testing. The technology pro...

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