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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.

  • Tough nut that can withstand 600 degrees heat

    Fatal radiation, 600 degrees heat and a really exciting existence of several kilovolts. That's what KTH researchers' electronics have to cope with when they are used in such brutal environments such as in nuclear power plants and on oil rigs. SEK 24.2 million in research grants will help scientists to succeed.