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  • Biofuels and decision support a winner at KTH

    The Research Council has now taken a decision in the annual major call for contributions in natural and engineering sciences. 56 researchers at KTH will share a total of just over SEK 162 million during the next four years. Two of the areas receiving the most money are biofuels and decision support.

  • New technology for better healthcare in developing countries

    A group of students at KTH have now released a third version of the software Bytewalla. It may for example help nurses to communicate with hospitals despite the absence of internet access.

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Last changed: Sep 22, 2020