News & Events

  • The idea that can save thousands of hours for KTH PhD students

    Petter Lind and August Brandberg are two of the PhD students behind the winning idea. The third person in the team is Carl-Magnus Everitt.
    Published Jun 14, 2019

    Every year, students at KTH take thousands of tests, and it comes down to the PhD students at KTH to mark them, a job that takes several days per pers...

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  • Full house at Dr. Robert Langer's presentation at KTH

    Published Jun 11, 2019

    In May, KTH Innovation welcomed KTH researchers and specially invited guests to a lunch seminar with Dr. Robert Langer, David H. Koch Institute Profes...

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  • KTH Innovation Challenge: EECS

    Published May 22, 2019

    Are you a researcher, employee or student at the KTH School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science? Do you have a tech-based idea or project r...

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  • Why KTH researchers should go to Boston

    Niclas Roxhed with Capitainer's Dried Blood Spot sampling device which enables patients to conduct their own blood tests at home.
    Published May 22, 2019

    This fall, the KTH Innovation Brighter Program lands in Boston for the first time. We talked to Niclas Roxhed, Associate Professor in Micro and Nanosy...

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  • KTH Innovation on Tour: EECS School

    Published May 22, 2019

    In May and June, KTH Innovation visits the EECS school to meet students, researchers and employees, see new technology and inform about our support.

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  • Meet KTH startup ImagiLabs: girls shaping the future with tech

    ImagiLabs founders Beatrice Ionascu, Dora Palfi and Alexa Edström
    Published May 17, 2019

    Find a problem you’re passionate about solving, and a friend to do it with, and you’ll figure out the rest along the way. We talked to Dora Palfi, fou...

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  • A sustainable helmet in a double sense

    Rickard Croy, one of the entrepreneurs behind the helmet Lokatt.
    Published Apr 23, 2019

    What happens when you pair a fanatic snowboarder with KTH? In Rickard Croy's case, you get a helmet for extreme riders.

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  • Ten startups enter Sweden’s first sportstech accelerator

    Published Apr 11, 2019

    Ten startups who all support and empower the athlete, enter SPIN Accelerator Sweden, Sweden’s first sportstech accelerator program.

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  • KTH Innovation supports innovators creating the future of fashion

    One of the winning teams for 2019, Petit Pli, have created clothes that grow with your child.
    Published Apr 05, 2019

    In highest secrecy, five early-stage innovations capable of changing the fashion industry to the core have been meeting at KTH this week. The five win...

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  • Twelve of one hundred innovative startups have KTH roots

    RELOX Robotics is one of the startups that will receive funding from Vinnova
    Published Mar 14, 2019

    Vinnova announced yesterday which projects will receive funding in their call Innovative startups. Out of 613 applications, 98 were granted funding, a...

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  • From positioning technology to blockchain for art – KTH Innovation welcomes Batch 9!

    The team behind Icarus Digital Math
    Published Mar 14, 2019

    15 new startup projects have been accepted to Batch 9 of the KTH Innovation pre-incubator program. With alumni including known startups like Airmee, D...

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  • Eight KTH startups creating future jobs

    The Bicky Chakraborty Entrepreneur Program is a program for KTH startups with the will and potential to create growth and prosperity in Sweden.
    Published Mar 07, 2019

    Eight KTH startup projects have been selected for the third edition of the Bicky Chakraborty Entrepreneur Program. Run by KTH Innovation, the program...

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  • Labtrino wants to halve your water-usage

    Published Mar 04, 2019

    Ramtin Massoumzadeh and Thibault Helle spent a full day brainstorming ideas. When the day was over, they’d settled on one: the smart shower. Now, a ye...

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  • KTH Innovation Challenge: PhD Idea of the Year

    Published Feb 21, 2019

    Are you a PhD student at KTH with an idea that you can’t get out of your head, or are you sitting on a research result that could have commercial pote...

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  • KTH Innovation in major sports and innovation initiative

    Published Feb 14, 2019

    We share our jogging achievements, put sensors in our shoes, and keep track of every heartbeat. Technology is an increasingly important tool for the a...

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  • 250 people came to Demo Day at KTH Innovation

    Published Feb 08, 2019

    Interest in new technology from KTH was high when five KTH startups graduated from KTH Innovation's pre-incubator program.

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  • Press invitation: Major Swedish sportstech initiative launches in Stockholm

    Racefox is an app based on research from KTH. Picture credit: Racefox
    Published Feb 08, 2019

    Sports, technology and innovation is in focus as the Swedish Olympic Committee, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Karolinska Institute, and the Stock...

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  • KTH startup accelerates image annotation

    KTH student Oscar Örnberg and KTH researcher Vahan Petrosyan from Superannotate AI
    Published Feb 06, 2019

    Based on AI research from KTH, this team has developed one of the fastest image annotation systems on the market. Here’s another KTH startup to keep t...

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  • Apostar: need and competence combined

    Published Jan 30, 2019

    When Fredrik Sebek and Oliver Petri started studying computer science at KTH, none of them had becoming startup founders on their to do list, but that...

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  • KTH Innovation Horsetech Evening

    Published Jan 18, 2019

    Are you studying, working or doing research at KTH, with an interest in horses and technology? Join us for the first ever horsetech evening at KTH Inn...

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