Innovations for a more sustainable society

Reduced food waste, improved allergy tests and a tool for taking sustainable technologies from the idea stage to market. These are some of the ways that innovation at KTH is confronting society’s challenges.

KTH opens its campuses for students this autumn.

KTH to open its campuses

KTH is going to open its campuses this autumn, but will bear the lessons learnt from the digitalisation of teaching and examinations in spring, very m...

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Aircraft are parked pending the reopening of societies and for travel to start again. (Photo: Peter Frennesson/Sydsvenskan/TT)

How should we travel after the pandemic?

The climate impact of aviation has dropped to a minimum level due to the coronavirus crisis. How can emissions be kept down after the pandemic? Resear...

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Gabriel Johannesson, teacher and workshop engineer at the School of Architecture and the Built Environment, cuts one of the templates with the help of the school’s CNC milling machine.

KTH teachers are cutting out templates for local apron factory´s protective suits

On Friday, May 8, the activity was in full swing at the Architecture School's makerspace workshop Verkstaden at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Two...

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