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  • For Spotify founder, innovation combines science and art

    He has been called the saviour of the recording industry. In any case, Daniel Ek’s creation, Spotify, has made an enormous selection of the world’s recorded music available on computers and mobile phones. On Monday, the Spotify founder visited KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.

  • The trends in CO2 emissions and energy efficiency in Swedish industries

    This project analyses the trends in energy consumption and CO2 emissions in Swedish manufacturing and services industries between 1993 and 2008 using several econometric techniques. The results show that energy prices, energy taxes, investments and fuel substitution have influenced improvements in energy efficiency in Sweden.

  • Carbon footprint of the Swedish ICT sector mapped out

    Researchers at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, TeliaSonera and Ericsson have published a unique study which maps out the climate impact of the Swedish Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector. Despite a rapid growth in the use of computers and mobile phones in Sweden, emissions per user are low.

  • Expert panel praises KTH

    More than 100 international experts who have evaluated KTH Royal Institute of Technology’s research base have rated its Biotechnology research field as a Swedish flagship that could become Sweden’s answer to CERN. The experts have also concluded that KTH’s research base has a strong impact on society.

  • Grappling with digitalisation

    Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt weighed in on the challenges of global digitalisation June 13 at KTH, calling “freedom on the net” the most important front in the struggle for freedom worldwide.

  • Researchers sending out home test kits to identify spread of COVID-19 antibodies in Stockholm

    Corona virus self-test kits are being mailed to 1,000 residents of Stockholm over the Easter weekend by two professors at KTH Royal Institute of Technology.