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 Two out of the three free-flyers, or "spacebots". In the background: Elias Krantz, PhD student at K
Two out of the three free-flyers, or "spacebots". In the background: Elias Krantz, PhD student at KTH, and part of the DISCOWER team.

New lab trains space robots in weightless environments

At a newly opened lab at KTH, space robots are training to navigate in weightless environments. The lab, one of the biggest of its kind in Europe, was built by the WASP NEST-project DISCOWER. The ...

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Portrait of science journalist
After 30 years at Swedish Radio, curiosity is still a strong driving force for Lena Nordlund in her work as a science journalist. (Photo: Christer Gummeson)

Science journalist on the rise

After a long and devoted service, her career received an extra boost. First through an award-winning interview with Iggy Pop, then as a contestant on På spåret. Now Lena Nordlund, a science journalist...

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Researcher Lee-Lun Lai adjusting laser pointer on 3D printing machine
Lee-Lun Lai demonstrates the setup to print silica glass microstructures on an optical fiber. (Photo: David Callahan)

Smaller than a grain of sand—silica glass sensors 3D-printed on optical fiber

In a first for communications, researchers in Sweden 3D printed silica glass micro-optics on the tips of optic fibers—surfaces as small as the cross section of a human hair. The advance could enable f...

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