A clever way of using advanced technology in a way that can prevent injury and improve athletes' performance was named the winner of our KTH Innovation Challenge Flemingsberg - Tech for better health yesterday.
For one it started with a sense of powerlessness after a tragic avalanche accident, and for the other with the realization that many traumatic brain injuries could be prevented. Both cases resulted in research projects at KTH, and technology that has saved many people’s lives. Welcome to a lunch seminar on the topic of technology, training and security!
On December 6th, KTH Innovation opened the doors to TEDxKTH Women: Showing up. 400 participants gathered at KTH to hear six amazing TEDx-talks, eat 800 portions of rescued food, and design creative name tags using 192 colored pencils, over 1000 stickers, and 66 meters of washi tape.
Interest is high in new technology from KTH, not only here in Stockholm, but also on a global scale. Today, KTH Innovation welcomed Klaus Hommels and the team of Lakestar, early investors in companies like Spotify, Klarna, Skype and Airbnb.
Are you a KTH researcher, employee, or student with an idea that could prevent disease, improve diagnosis, or provide more efficient health care processes and treatments? Could you somehow improve someone’s health using technology? Are you based at Campus Flemingsberg? Then KTH Innovation has a challenge for you.
Hej Flemingsberg! KTH Innovation is coming to you! On four Thursdays in November and December, we'll organize workshops and seminars, provide opportunities to meet our coaches, patent engineer and IP lawyer, hold a KTH Innovation Challenge exclusively for you on Campus Flemingsberg, and much more!
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.