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  • KTH and China cooperate on a large scale

    Cooperation with China continues to grow at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. A series of recent exchanges included a workshop on materials and energy held for researchers from KTH and Shanghai Jiao Tong University, SJTU, before the summer break.

  • A new look at urbanization's environmental impact

    A research team from KTH Royal Institute of Technology has developed a technique for quick, simple and cost-effective mapping of worldwide urban growth and its environmental impact.

  • ”A bit more self-reflection wouldn’t hurt”

    The increasing collaboration between KTH and China raises many questions. Not least considering the differences between the countries' attitude towards freedom of speech online. Obviously, KTH cannot dictate its personal foreign policy, but a little more reflection concerning concrete ethical problems would not hurt, says Björn Kjellgren, sinologist and social anthropologist at KTH.

  • KTH, Tsinghua Launch C-Campus Virtual Learning Collaboration

    The Royal Institute of Technology and Tsinghua University have jointly committed to building a novel online learning environment for students and researchers in Sweden and China. At ceremonies in Beijing on Sept 12, officials described the ambitious collaboration — known as C-Campus — as a substantial expansion of the two universities’ nearly 10-year-old relationship.

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Last changed: Sep 22, 2020