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  • Climate is one culprit in spread and growth of Middle East dust levels

    Climate change is transforming dust storms—a natural phenomenon in the Middle East—into a more frequent and widespread threat to health and economies throughout the region, a new study shows.

  • 3D microprinter hacked to fabricate transistors for bioelectronics

    The speed of innovation in bioelectronics and critical sensors gets a new boost with the unveiling of a technique for fast-prototyping of devices.

  • QS ranks KTH 74th worldwide

    KTH Royal Institute of Technology’s was ranked 74th among 1,500 universities worldwide in the 2025 QS World University Rankings released today. Nearly unchanged from last year, the ranking places KTH 10th among universities in the European Union and highest among universities in Sweden.

  • Leading academics call for extending, reframing Sustainable Development Goals

    A group of leading academics are calling for the UN Sustainable Development Goals to be extended past their 2030 target date and updated. In a paper led by KTH Associate Professor Francesco Fuso-Nerini, the researchers say the SDGs need to consider the impact of artificial intelligence (AI), and include more input from communities affected by the goals, among other recommendations.