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Nail displaying the characteristic pitting of psoriasis. Photo: Seenms/CC BY-SA 3.0
Nail displaying the characteristic pitting of psoriasis. Photo: Seenms/CC BY-SA 3.0

Study identifies more genes that are likely behind psoriasis and eczema

A new study identified 17 new genes that could be targeted for treatment of psoriasis and eczema, two common hereditary skin diseases with no cure.

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A baby getting their diaper changed
Most of the billions of diapers used each year are made with petroleum-based absorbent material. That could change with the development of new sustainable materials like the one recently reported by researchers at KTH.

Wheat gluten can be used to make sustainable diaper material

More sustainable diapers are one possible use for a new bio-based material that researchers in Sweden are developing. The superabsorbent material is m...

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Three people, Matilda Ernkrans, Karl Henrik Johansson and Erik Ekudden are standing next to an indus
Matilda Ernkrans, Minister of Research, tests an industrial robot during the inauguration of Digital Futures, together with Karl Henrik Johansson, professor (left) and Erik Ekudden, Chief Technology Officer at Ericsson . (Photo: Fredrik Persson)

New initiative to build tomorrow’s society

Robot co-workers, self-driving cars and social carers – more and more smart solutions are becoming part of our lives. What do we want tomorrow’s socie...

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Most recent publications

[1]
J. M. Barros da Silva Jr. et al., "1-bit Phase Shifters for Large-Antenna Full-Duplex mmWave Communications," IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, vol. 19, no. 10, pp. 6916-6931, 2020.
[3]
T. Lindeberg, "Scale selection," in Computer Vision, 2nd ed. : Springer, 2021.
Full list in the KTH publications portal