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  • Student team competing in Boston

    Published Nov 04, 2019

    A team of students from KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, the Karolinska Institute (KI), Stockholm University and Beckmans College of De...

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  • Nano technology breakthrough enables conversion of infrared light to energy

    A close up of the film which combines nanocrystals and microlenses to capture infrared light and convert it to solar energy.
    Published Oct 30, 2019

    Invisible infrared light accounts for half of all solar radiation on the Earth’s surface, yet ordinary solar energy systems have limited ability in co...

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  • System could unlock THz band for 5G and more

    A close-up look at the system created for commercial exploitation of the THz band. (Image: James Campion)
    Published Oct 29, 2019

    The electromagnetic spectrum that carries mobile communication is becoming like an over-crowded highway. But there’s an under-used band of spectrum th...

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  • Spotlight on Research

    Published Oct 15, 2019

    Who has been granted funding and from whom? Who has received an award? Who has had their work published – and in which publication? "Spotlight on Rese...

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  • Master students pitched sustainable energy plan for city in China

    Published Oct 09, 2019

    Solar panels and wind turbines where production is supported by batteries that store the energy generated. Biogas as fuel, produced from the city's or...

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  • Conference focuses on IT security, DevOps and distributed systems

    Benoit Baudry, one of the organizers and professor in the Department Of Software and Computer Systems at KTH. (Photo: Peter Ardell)
    Published Oct 02, 2019

    On October 14, KTH’s doors open up to a three-day conference hosted by some of the sharpest developers from NASA, Spotify, SAAB and game maker, King.

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  • High-resolution RNA-sequencing enables detection of disease at its earliest stages

    A detailed cell map with assorted colors marking the presence of cancer in adipose tissue.
    Published Oct 01, 2019

    Researchers at KTH and in the U.S. have devised a new method for studying individual cells in human tissue, which could lead to even earlier detection...

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  • Spotlight on Research

    Published Sep 16, 2019

    Who has received what when it comes to funding? What findings and results are being published in academic journals? Under the heading Spotlight on Res...

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  • Master's students to pitch sustainable energy plan to Chinese city

    The winning proposal for Meili, China's municipal energy system is presented by, from left, Filippo Padovani, Marta D'Angelo (speaking), Francesca Longobard, Alishba Ghauri and Diyue Wang. (Photo: David Callahan)
    Published Sep 03, 2019

    A team of master’s students in Sustainable Energy Engineering won a challenge that will take them to China to pitch an urban energy system for the Chi...

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  • World’s smallest accelerometer points to new era in wearables, gaming

    The accelerometer created by KTH researchers could be used in mobile phones for navigation, mobile games and pedometers, as well as monitoring systems for heart disease and motion-capture wearables that can monitor even the slightest movements of the human body
    Published Sep 02, 2019

    In what could be a breakthrough for body sensor and navigation technologies, researchers at KTH have developed the smallest accelerometer yet reported...

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  • An international VIP visit from young innovators focuses on water

    Students representing 35 countries got to meet KTH researchers and students during the Stockholm Junior Water Prize on Wednesday, August 28. (Photos by David Callahan)
    Published Aug 29, 2019

    KTH’s Water Centre hosted finalists in the Stockholm Junior Water Prize on Wednesday, August 28, for a full day of innovation coaching and discussions...

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  • A possible alternative to silicon-based solar cells is shown to be more efficient

    Researchers at KTH and Siberian Federal University in Russia used high-precision calculations to examine, for the first time, the electronic and optical properties of both single- and multi-layer films made of the material. (photo: Andreas Gücklhorn)
    Published Aug 26, 2019

    A possible alternative to silicon-based solar panels has been shown to convert solar energy into electricity more efficiently, reports KTH Professor H...

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  • Newsmakers at KTH

    Published Aug 19, 2019

    Which people have received an award for their research or an interesting assignment? Which successful student projects currently in progress at KTH ar...

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  • “Inclusive societies deliver a higher level of financial prosperity”

    Published Aug 15, 2019

    In two books that have received a great deal of attention, he has discussed the importance of what he calls the creative class when it comes to stimul...

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  • How to manage impact of climate action on global sustainable development goals

    Certain climate mitigation policies can impact land and food prices, increasing the risk of leaving behind small agricultural holders. (Photo: Francesco Fuso Nerini)
    Published Jul 15, 2019

    Climate action without careful planning and reform can be costly – but a new study shows that the benefits of global action on climate largely outweig...

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  • KTH joins major EU university alliance

    KTH is now in one of the 17 alliances established by the European Universities Initiative, funded by the European Commission.
    Published Jul 01, 2019

    As part of a major education and research initiative, the EU Commission is financing 17 European university alliances. Each of these alliances include...

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  • Why the brain can only learn so much

    A pianist can easily learn a complex score because neuron circuitry can be reused for similar tasks. However, they have as much difficulty as anyone else when it comes to learning a new, completely different skill. The limits of new learning were recently tested by neuroscientists at KTH.
    Published Jul 01, 2019

    Why is it that a master musician can learn a new score in no time, yet encounter difficulty learning something else, like skateboarding tricks? Could ...

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  • Take control of your holiday

    Woman sitting outdoors with a laptop in her lap.
    What´s the best way to switch off from work? (Photo: Maskot/TT)
    Published Jun 27, 2019

    What’s the best way to relax on holiday? Head out into nature, stay active and switch off all notifications from your smartphone – so says a KTH worki...

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  • Swedish universities develop comprehensive framework for their climate work

    Published Jun 26, 2019

    A collection of 36 Swedish universities and colleges have created a combined climate framework to serve as the basis for individual climate strategies...

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  • Future wars will be fought on the internet

    Published Jun 20, 2019

    KTH and the Swedish Armed Forces have announced a new form of collaboration on IT security through the establishment of a Centre for Cyber Defence and...

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