Eleven startups have been accepted to KTH Innovation’s Brighter Program, which gives early-stage startups a boost in their global development. Some of the companies that have participated in the program include Greenely, Furhat Robotics, Manomotion och Airmee. Meet the new batch!
Tina Bin Zhu, Founder of KTH startup MindfulHu, and a researcher and PhD student of Interaction Design at KTH, won the inaugural Alma New Award for her work in interaction design of personal informatics for wellbeing.
When it comes to top-tier level universities for potential entrepreneurs in the tech space, KTH ranks among the likes of Oxford and Cambridge. This according to Lakestar, a leading European venture capital firm that came to Stockholm for an exclusive event with select KTH startups.
The next event in KTH Innovation’s popular lunch seminar series where we bring up topics specifically for researchers at KTH is soon coming up. This time, we have invited Stefan Ståhl, Professor in Molecular Biotechnology at the Division of Protein Technology at the School of Engineering Sciences in Chemistry, Biotechnology and Health, to share his experience from a long career as a researcher and entrepreneur at KTH.
Join us for a hands-on Ideation Workshop where we will introduce you to useful tools to identify, validate, and develop business ideas from the perspective of creating sustainable change across the entire value chain of the fashion industry
Hear KTH Researcher Peter Georén and his co-founder Jonas Tholin tell the story of the KTH startup Inclined Labs, how they became the first people in the world to fly wingsuits indoors, and give their best advice on how you can follow in their footsteps.
Lakestar, one of Europe’s leading venture capital firms visits KTH on September 18th to hold an exclusive session and networking event. You can be one of 20 handpicked representatives from KTH startups who get invited to participate, learn from leading experts, and expand your network.
The KTH Innovation office is teeming with activity. One team is busy writing a press-release, another is holding a meeting with a potential investor, and a third is in the middle of demoing their product for a client. In the kitchen, some are having coffee while discussing business models, and in the corridor others engage in a game of ping-pong. Welcome to the pre-incubator at KTH Innovation!
Are you interested in learning more about the innovation process and how to commercialize research results? Or do you want to learn about the importance of IPR in agreements with funding agencies, publishers and collaboration partners? Are you a PhD student at KTH? Great! This is your chance to learn more about these topics by taking the course LE3010 – Innovation and IPR in Academic Research. The course corresponds to 3 ECTS-credits and is given in collaboration between KTH Library, KTH Innovation and the Swedish Patent and Registration Office (PRV).
When technology starts finding its way into our schools, KTH students and researchers are ready with new solutions making sure no-one gets left behind. We listed 10 KTH startups that can help schools keep up. Is KTH Innovation the largest edtech factory in Sweden?
The semester is over and for many KTH students it’s time to start your summer job. Should you run into issues while working, put some extra thought into the solution – it could spark the idea for your future business. That’s what happened to Max Dyrhage, who two years ago was studying his final year at the Media Technology Program at KTH.
Swedish history is closely connected to iron. For over a thousand years, its people have mined and refined steel, in a process that has gone from extracting the iron by hand, to what is today a highly automated process. But now, it’s time for the steel industry to take yet another step into the future: HiMat Engineering is bringing artificial intelligence into the mix. This not only saves time and money, but is also better for the environment.