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KTH researchers have developed a finger-prick blood test strip for filtering blood plasma recovers 10 percent more proteins than existing methods. (Photo: Margrette Dorn)

New test strip preserves clues that blood tests often overlook

A new synthetic paper for finger prick blood tests could provide accurate point-of-care diagnostics for cancer, COVID-19 and other serious diseases. R...

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A new carbon fibre composite material which can be bent with electronic impulses was demonstrated in a recent proof-of-concept study.

Shape-shifting carbon fibre could replace mechanical systems for planes and more

Imagine wind turbine blades that change shape to achieve the most efficiency in varying wind speeds, or airplane wings that bend and alter their own f...

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The new elastic alloy undergoes testing during the study that was published in Nature Materials.

Elastic "memory" metal achieved without relying on heat

Elastic metal alloys are able to “memorize” their previous form after being subjected to temperature change. Now a new alloy has been developed which ...

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Latest publications

R. Nugin et al., "A plurality of pasts and boundaries: Evidence from Estonia’s last one hundred years," in Interdisciplinary Approaches to Culture Theory, Anu Kannike, Katre Pärn, Monika Tasa Ed., Tartu : Tartu University Press, 2020, pp. 334-373.
A. Gomez-Torrent et al., "A Low-Profile and High-Gain Frequency Beam Steering Subterahertz Antenna Enabled by Silicon Micromachining," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, vol. 68, no. 2, pp. 672-682, 2020.
K. Morozovska et al., "A framework for application of dynamic line rating to aluminum conductor steel reinforced cables based on mechanical strength and durability," International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems, vol. 116, 2020.
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