Portrait of master’s student Suranjan Ottikkutti.

Degree project contributes to better artificial limbs

“I started to understand how useful this work could be to amputees and to other researchers.” Master’s student Suranjan Ottikkutti explains how his algorithms will help make prostheses more comfortable.

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Newsmakers at KTH

Reducing food waste in grocery stores, improved sample taking for virus diseases and more effective climate policies. These are just some of the areas where researchers and students from KTH have excelled recently.

Photo of two fishermen fishing for Carp Bream.
Carp Bream is both a good and climate smart fish that unfortunately is often thrown back in the water when caught. Photo: Roger Turesson / DN / TT

“The sea is the key to a sustainable future”

Of the 240,000 tons of fish that are caught in Sweden annually, only 40 percent goes to food consumption. At the same time, Sweden imports three quart...

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The proteins involved in narcolepsy are shown in this still from a 3D animation
The proteins involved in narcolepsy are shown in this still from a 3D film produced by the Human Protein Atlas.

"It's like the periodic table of the body"

On the 20th anniversary of the Human Protein Atlas Project, KTH Professor Mathias Uhlén reflects on the journey of this massive database for understa...

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Nitin playing the  guitar during his master's presentation.
Nitin Kulkarni using a guitar to demonstrate an audio processor during his master's thesis presentation. (Photo: Sharan Yagneswar)

'I never imagined working in the music industry'

For two master's students, the Embedded Systems programme at KTH opened up some unexpected doors.

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