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Impact through innovation

KTH Innovation supports researchers, students, and employees who want to develop an idea or create research impact through commercialization. KTH Innovation helps you go figure out if your research has commercial potential, and helps you with all the steps along the way.

Create impact from research

KTH Innovation supports you in developing an idea or taking your research result towards commercial implementation. Together we can bring new technology to the market to create impact in society.

The KTH Innovation team has broad experience of supporting the development of new technology in all areas. They can help you with business development coaching and advice, filing a patent, getting a hang of contracts and agreements, securing funding, building a team, and much more.

The support is free of charge, confidential, and KTH doesn’t take any ownership in your idea.

KTH Innovation’s support

This is KTH Innovation

Welcome to KTH Innovation! We support students, researchers and employees at KTH who want to develop new ideas or create research impact through commercialization. Have an idea? Stop by when you've started at KTH!

Continue your research career

KTH Innovation’s support is designed for you to be able to continue your work as a researcher at KTH.

You don’t need any prior experience of entrepreneurship or commercialization before you contact KTH Innovation. The idea is that your skills as a researcher coupled with KTH Innovation’s support can bring new technology to the market and create impact in society. At the same time you’ll grow your own network and increase your knowledge of research commercialization.

KTH Innovation can also help you recruit a business developer or license your technology.

Start developing an idea or creating impact with your research

Do you have an idea or a research result you think could create impact? Get in touch with us at KTH Innovation! Our support is free and confidential and you don't need to apply to get started. Our door is always open! 

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Take our selftest

Could your research create impact in society? Take KTH Innovation's self test and get the answer straight away!

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