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The researchers generated this 3D image of a living mitochondria from the hippocampal region
The researchers generated this 3D image of living mitochondria, left, in a human cell. Their new method enables disentangling of a mitochondrial network and optically “slicing” through an organelle, capturing multiple images that can be reconstructed in 3D. In this case, the rendering on the right reveals a small, round mitochondrion with a longer, larger one connect to each other.

Brain cell molecules shown in first-ever nanoscale 3D images of living cells

A new fluorescence microscopy technique has produced the world’s first nanoscale 3D images of molecules in a whole, living cell, researchers at KTH Ro...

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Photo of a painting depicting a half-figured person.
The portrait painting “Edmond de Belamy” is seen as a breakthrough for AI created art (image is cropped). (Photo: Obvious)

What will happen when art and music are increasingly created by AI?

Our computers are taking over a larger part of the creative effort that goes into creating art, articles and music. This brings with it a number of ne...

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a close-up view of the test strip
A close-up look at the digital bioassay test strip developed at KTH. (Photo: Emre Iseri)

Urinary tract infection self-test more accurate with digital bacterial culturing

Soon you will be able to perform a bacterial culture at home to test for urinary tract infection (UTI), with clinical-level results.

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Most recent publications

K. Kohn, "Coisotropic hypersurfaces in Grassmannians," Journal of symbolic computation, vol. 103, pp. 157-177, 2021.
C. Åsberg, "Doing and undoing the humanities in times of uncertainty : Practices of feminist posthumanities," UNESCO World Humanities Report: Europe, pp. 1-7, 2021.
Full list in the KTH publications portal