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The novel coronavirus in focus

A breadth of research at KTH is addressing the novel corona virus, the viral disease COVID-19 and the COVID-19 pandemic’s effect on society. Students and employees at KTH have also taken action by developing tools and solutions to help with the medical response.

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The cocktail of metabolic activators were reported to reduce recovery time for Covid-19 patients.

Covid-19 patients recover faster with metabolic activator treatment, study shows

Metabolic activators can reduce recovery time by as many as 3.5 days in patients with mild-to-moderate Covid-19, according to a study published today ...

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KTH will reopen in Autumn, 2021, with a focus on physical as well as digital presence.

With August reopening set, progress continues on digital education goals

KTH Royal Institute of Technology announced last week that it will reopen its five campuses on August 29, 2021, conducting most teaching and examinati...

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View of the THS building, Nymble
“And during a pandemic that main mission has to be dealt with in other ways—so it’s important to keep Nymble open, to provide students with a place to be," says THS President Teo Elmfeldt. Pictured: the exterior of Nymble facing Drottning Kristinas väg. (Photo: David Callahan)

'Student life will be huge after such a long wait'

When Charley Jönsson took over the KTH student union presidency during the first days of Spring 2020, he had come prepared with a raft of proposals fo...

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