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  • New research project on menarche experiences in sports

    Published Mar 24, 2020

    The design research project Menarche Bits explores how digital technologies can make space for young people’s menarche experiences in sports. KTH has recently entered a collaboration with the National...

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  • Bacteria in the air visualised in hospitals

    Published Mar 16, 2020

    KTH researchers are now using virtual reality (VR) to visualise bacteria in the air. “We visualise particle movement in indoor air and pollutants in operating rooms via so-called supercomputer simula...

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  • The jaundice meter for babies

    The jaundice meter.
    Published Mar 11, 2020

    Every year some 135 million children are born. Well over half, 80 million, suffer from jaundice. This medical condition can, if left untreated, lead to neurological damage in the new-borns and, in the...

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  • Rocket helps KTH researchers study Northern Lights

    Published Mar 11, 2020

    Last week, the SPIDER-2 rocket could finally launch from the Esrange station outside of Kiruna. The rocket, tasked with examining processes within northern lights, demanded perfect weather conditions ...

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  • New technology mimics the body and reduces the amount of animal testing

    Published Jan 28, 2020

    A multiple organ-on-chip platform developed by researchers at KTH and Harvard University could drastically accelerate drug testing. The technology provides accurate predictions of drug effects prior t...

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  • Aristides Gionis, new Professor in Theoretical Computer Science

    Published Jan 28, 2020

    We are happy to welcome Aristides Gionis who recently joined the Division of Theoretical Computer Science. Aristides Gionis will be working in algorithms, data mining, graph mining, and social-network...

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  • She teaches robots to use the internet

    Published Jan 28, 2020

    Danica Kragic, professor of computer science, has received 47 million from the Swedish Research Council's professor program for research in robotics and automation. The grant extends over ten years an...

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  • Chips could accelerate tests for drug safety and effectiveness

    Testing for drug safety and efficiency may be accelerated with a system of chips that simulate human organs, which was developed by researchers at KTH and Harvard University.
    Published Jan 27, 2020

    A multiple organ-on-chip platform developed by researchers at KTH and Harvard University could drastically accelerate drug testing. The technology provides accurate predictions of drug effects prior t...

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  • Kick-off for the KTH centre NAVET

    Published Jan 22, 2020

    On a cold Tuesday evening in January, a new centre formation was opened at KTH - where KTH collaborates with KMH Royal College of Music, SKH Stockholm University of the Arts and Konstfack University o...

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  • KTH's cyber defence centre is inaugurated

    Published Jan 22, 2020

    On 15 January, the KTH Center for Cyber Defense and Information Security (CDIS) was inaugurated, a collaboration between KTH and the Swedish Armed Forces. The centre will conduct research and train cy...

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  • Building a new community of Future DigiLeaders at KTH and beyond

    Published Dec 10, 2019

    What career paths await young researchers? Who do they want to become as future leaders within digitalization technology? And how should a good research environment look like according to them? This a...

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  • Newly inaugurated professors in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

    Published Dec 09, 2019

    At KTH’s academic ceremony in November, 19 professors were inaugurated and seven of these belong to the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. They are presented below with individual ...

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  • KTH is marshalling its forces within digitalisation

    Tomorrow’s digital society is the subject of KTH Digital Futures, a series of multidisciplinary projects. (Photo: Pixabay)
    Published Nov 28, 2019

    Social robots, always connected cities and smart solution within industry, infrastructure and healthcare. A new research initiative, KTH Digital Futures, brings together multidisciplinary projects to ...

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  • Newsmakers

    Published Nov 21, 2019

    Who has received what when it comes to funding? What findings, results and researchers have attracted attention outside KTH? Under the vignette Newsmakers, we provide a selection of the latest news an...

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  • First CASTOR Software Days provided a meeting point for research and industry

    Published Oct 24, 2019

    At CASTOR Software days, software researchers, engineers and students met to present and discuss cutting-edge technology and current challenges in the three areas: DevOps, Security and Large-Scale Dis...

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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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  • Intelligent bot Repairnator joins Eclipse

    Repairnator@GitHub
    Published Sep 26, 2019

    Last year, the automatic bug fixing bot Repairnator fooled the Github community. Under code name ‘Luc Esape’, the bot wrote patches good enough to pass as a human user. Now Repairnator takes the next ...

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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 Research, we present the latest news about KTH resear...

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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, using the highly conductive nanomaterial, graphe...

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  • Successful SPP Summer Course

    Published Aug 26, 2019

    A new summer block course with the title “Exploring the Physics of Planetary Environments” was held at the Space and Plasma Physics division of KTH between August 13 and 22, 2019. 25 students from 14 ...

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