• New method to prevent heart attacks

    Published Mar 17, 2010

    Cardiovascular disease is by far the absolute most common national disease in Sweden and a little more than 26,000 people are treated every year at ho...

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  • KTH student, this year’s leading top talent

    Published Mar 16, 2010

    For the eighth year in a row, the talent network Nova 100 has elected the person they consider to be the country’s leading top talent. This year, she ...

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  • No more threat against KTH

    Published Mar 14, 2010
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  • Record player of great help for rehabilitation

    Published Mar 12, 2010

    The record player has been used in a creative manner for the creation of music for at least 40 years. Despite that, no research on the gramophone as a...

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  • Tuition fees major challenge for KTH

    Published Mar 03, 2010

    When fees for foreign students are introduced in the autumn 2011, KTH could loose over SEK 100 million in revenue per annum. Aggressive marketing, com...

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  • Lean can inhibit creativity

    Published Mar 02, 2010

    The main principle within the production philosophy Lean is to eliminate resource waste, and throughout the years, Lean has helped countless large and...

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  • Cultural differences slow down building projects

    Published Feb 25, 2010

    Problems are concealed and decision-making takes longer. This is how some significant differences appear between Russian and Swedish project culture i...

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  • KTH beat MIT and Stanford

    Published Feb 23, 2010

    KTH have finally succeeded in winning a world championship medal again following four-year losing streak. After gold in 2004, silver in 2005 and this ...

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  • KTH lecturer to become the EU’s expert for the electricity network

    Published Feb 11, 2010

    When the EU commission needed an expert on smart electricity networks, also called smart grids, Lars Nordström, university lecturer at KTH was the man...

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  • Prestigious research grant for KTH professor

    Published Feb 04, 2010

    In tough competition with 1,583 other research projects, Ann-Christine Albertsson, professor of polymer technology at KTH succeeded in receiving fundi...

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  • IT tools, weapons that fight musculoskeletal diseases

    Published Feb 03, 2010

    Musculoskeletal diseases are one of the work-related types of injuries that affect millions of European workers throughout all work categories and cos...

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  • This is how runaway health care costs will be stopped

    Published Feb 02, 2010

    Statistics show that society’s costs for health care over the past 10 years have increased faster than both GNP and salary levels. The new technology ...

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  • Demand for smart homes: safe and robust

    Published Jan 28, 2010

    The number of IT functions in houses is increasing. Research students at the KTH School of Architecture are now able to show that people who live in s...

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  • Smite – a heavy blow for environmental villains

    Published Jan 26, 2010

    Cold winds may be blowing around the former Swedish car manufacturer SAAB, but in Sweden, completely new ideas and companies are developing regarding ...

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  • Fists of steel

    Published Jan 26, 2010

    Five percent of all people between the ages of 16 and 85 suffer from a weakened grip, and therefore have difficulties turning a tap, turning the key i...

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  • “We are growing extremely fast, it’s hotting up”

    Published Jan 22, 2010

    These are busy days for the KTH alumni Erik Odén, who is at present the Managing Director of Mantex. This is not at all strange because the company se...

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  • When packaging became a competitive edge

    Published Nov 18, 2009

    Packaging in the future will be based on a hybrid between silicon technology and printing electronics. With inbuilt intelligence it will be possible t...

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