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Magnus Gens built a test dummy for moose accidents as a degree project at KTH in 2001. Now he receives the Ig Nobel Prize for his innovation. (Photo: Private)

Moose mannequin a belated success

It came out of the blue. A 2022 Ig Nobel Prize goes to engineer Magnus Gens of KTH, who developed a crash-test dummy for moose collisions over 20 years ago as part of a master’s thesis. But now the du...

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The Unite initiative aims to create university networks in Europe, and to form a number of "European universities" in 2024.

New funding for Unite develops collaboration between European universities

Unite – the University Network for Innovation, Technology and Engineering – works to create the European university of the future. The alliance has now received an additional €14.4 million from the E...

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A white plastic robot stars into the camera in a black room
Robotics is one area where small volumes of advanced sensors, MEMS, can now be produced with 3D printing. (Photo: David Callahan)

3D printing can now manufacture customized sensors for robots, pacemakers, and more

A newly-developed 3D printing technique could be used to cost-effectively produce customized electronic “machines” the size of insects which enable advanced applications in robotics, medical devices a...

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Recent publications

K. Lindvalll and J. Scheffel, "2D continuous Chebyshev-Galerkin time-spectral method," Computer Physics Communications, vol. 271, pp. 108217-108217, 2022.
S. Mravinacová et al., "A cell-free high throughput assay for assessment of SARS-CoV-2 neutralizing antibodies," New Biotechnology, vol. 66, pp. 46-52, 2022.
C. Fei et al., "100-m/3-Gbps underwater wireless optical transmission using a wideband photomultiplier tube (PMT)," Optics Express, vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 2326-2337, 2022.
Full list in the KTH publications portal