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  • KTH team scored full at Teknik-SM

    Published May 16, 2007

    After a nerve-racking final, our team from KTH won the game during this year´s “Teknik-SM” (the annual Technology Competition between Swedish students...

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  • KTH offers Sino-Swedish IT matching

    Published May 15, 2007

    The Joint Research Center of Photonics (Jorcep) is the joint body in optical research set up by KTH and its Chinese partner, Zhejiang University, near...

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  • Uhlén opens Indian branch office

    Published Apr 25, 2007

    HPR, the prestigious Swedish genome project conducted by Mathias Uhlén, Professor of Biotechnology at KTH, is now mapping the entire human protein ban...

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  • Supercomputer for better climate prognoses

    Published Apr 20, 2007

    With better access to supercomputers, researchers in climatic change could obtain more reliable prognoses as to how the various activities of man do a...

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  • IT Girl of the Year: Melissa from KTH

    Published Apr 16, 2007

    Melissa Albert, one of our senior undergraduate IT students, has been appointed “IT Girl of the Year” for 2007. This award was instituted by Microsoft...

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  • Highway planning ignores climatic targets

    Published Apr 04, 2007

    The Swedish Road Administration, our national highway authority, does not take long-term climatic targets into account as they plan for the constructi...

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  • Erasmus Days visit KTH

    Published Apr 04, 2007

    2007 is the 20th birthday of the Erasmus Student Exchange Programme. This will be celebrated by the Erasmus Student Network by way of “Erasmus Days” a...

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  • Natural gas collides with Swedish climate policies

    Published Apr 02, 2007

    Biofuels in heat & power production is the most sustainable alternative of all when it comes to extending the urban district heating networks sensibly...

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  • Three KTH scholars nominated for EURYI Awards

    Published Mar 28, 2007

    Three young research scholars from KTH have now been nominated for the European Young Investigator Awards, EURYI. This is a prestigious scientific pri...

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  • Cheap H2O commuting – with the Kaimaran

    Published Mar 19, 2007

    So far no vehicle or vessel resembling a ”water motor bicyle” has existed – but now it is here, and it is called the Kaimaran. This is an environment-...

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  • Two KTH cars in this year´s Shell Eco-Marathon

    Published Mar 13, 2007

    Every year Shell puts European technology students to a challenge: Competing for the best home-built fuel-efficient vehicle. In 2007 two teams from KT...

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  • US ambassador visits KTH

    Published Mar 01, 2007

    On 20 February Michael M. Woods, US Ambassador to Sweden, visited our School of Energy & Environmental Technology. The purpose of his visit was to di...

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  • Major effort for top DNA technology

    Published Feb 22, 2007

    Thanks to a donation from the Alice & Knut Wallenberg Foundation, Swedish scientists will have access to the world´s most powerful tool for decoding o...

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  • 120 MSEK to KTH research on cleaner energy production

    Published Feb 09, 2007

    The Swedish Energy Agency has granted the KTH Dept. of Energy Technology the sum of 60 MSEK towards the research programme ”Turbo-power – electric cur...

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  • ”Sometimes I missed the force of gravity”

    Published Jan 30, 2007

    As astronaut Christer Fuglesang visited KTH´s Main Campus on Thursday 25 January 2007, hundreds of students from the high schools affiliated to KTH ha...

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  • First Swedish astronaut visits KTH

    Published Jan 23, 2007

    Christer Fuglesang, the first Swede in space, visits KTH Thursday, January 25. He will participate in a seminar for high school students and teachers....

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