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Long after their extinction, mammoths are still part of life in the Siberian Arctic. (Photo: David Callahan)

VIDEO: The mammoth lives on, underground

Toward the end of the Pleistocene era, the woolly mammoth was a dwindling source of food and material for the people of the northern hemisphere. But 1...

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The team behind the discovery of the new form of superfluidity: from left, Bo Cederwall, professor of physics at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Xiaoyu Liu, Wei Zhang, Aysegül Ertoprak, Farnaz Ghazi Moradi and Özge Aktas

Exotic atomic nuclei reveal traces of new form of superfluidity

Recent observations of the internal structure of the rare isotope ruthenium-88 shed new light on the internal structure of atomic nuclei, a breakthrou...

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The Re:newcell founders, from left, KTH Professor Mikael Lindström, Christofer Lindgren, Malcolm Norlin and KTH Professor Gunnar Henriksson

Cellulose technology enables swift scaling up of cotton recycling enterprise

Ethanol production was the aim when two KTH Royal Institute of Technology professors first developed their method for breaking down plant cellulose ab...

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Latest publications

[1]
G. Perricone et al., "A proposed driving cycle for brake emissions investigation for test stand," Proceedings of the Institution of mechanical engineers. Part D, journal of automobile engineering, vol. 234, no. 1, pp. 122-135, 2020.
[2]
M. I. Hossain, A. Azari and J. Zander, "Collision Multiplicity Detection: Challenges, Solutions, and Impacts on Cellular Random Access," in IEEE VTC-Spring, 2020.
[3]
S. Yadav et al., "Bimetallic Hollow Nanostructures for Colorimetric Detection of Picomolar Level of Mercury.," Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 991-998, 2020.
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