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  • New weapon against antibiotic resistance

    The European Centre for Disease ECDC estimates that 25,000 Europeans die each year due to antibiotic resistance. A multi-million crown project entitled RAPP-ID is now in full swing, its objective is to remedy antibiotic resistance with the design of new drugs. A number of KTH researchers are along for the ride.

  • First dna sequencing of cancer performed

    Now, the first so-called cancer cell line in Sweden has been DNA sequenced at Stockholm’s new Science for Life Laboratory, a national research centre, which is partly managed by KTH. The dna sequencing gives a picture of what cancer looks like and is a step towards better understanding of how cancer arises.

  • KTH supercomputer is the equivalent of 35,000 iPads

    KTH's supercomputer, which was introduced in June last year has now been upgraded. 93 teraflops has grown to more than 305 teraflops. This makes the supercomputer even faster, and one of the fastest in Europe.

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