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  • Buys KTH spin-off for SEK 100 million

    TranSiC, founded in 2005 by KTH Professor Mikael Östling, together with Martin Domeij, at the time researcher at KTH, and the entrepreneur Bo Hammarlund, has been bought by the global semiconductor giant Fairchild Semiconductor. The price tag for the Swedish company is a little more than SEK 100 million.

  • Money is raining down on KTH company

    The KTH spin-off Scint-X, which among other things manufactures a critical component for digital x-ray detectors, is receiving SEK 10 million in growth capital from Conor Venture Partners and STING Capital.

  • Cash prize for polymer pioneers

    Mercene Labs has won the 2013 Ingemar Croon Award from KTH Royal Institute of Technology’s Greenhouse Labs. The pioneering firm founded in 2012 is behind an advanced polymer solution with great potential.

  • KTH among top universities invited into company-building program

    KTH student start-ups now have a chance for support that is available to only a select group of universities in Europe.

  • Innovations from KTH exposed to the world

    The touring exhibition Innovative Sweden has launched. The organizer, the Swedish Institute, has gathered Sweden's 20 most interesting current innovations and taken them on a world tour.