Hello there, Stefania Giacomello!30 May 2023
Giacomello is conducting her research in the Spatial Biology field, studying how biological information of cells in a tissue is structured in 2D. Her research team is aiming to discover the tight conn...
KTH Library enhances food resources with Nature Food30 May 2023
Following a request from the newly established KTH Food center, KTH Library has started a subscription to Nature Food.
Fresh vegetables all year round through farming in water30 May 2023
Water-based, or hydroponic, technology for indoor farming means that more and more retailers, restaurants and households are choosing to grow their own fresh vegetables. “Developing indoor farming of...
Hello there, Jean-Baptiste Thomas!4 May 2023
Thomas' research aims to contribute to a resilient, sustainable and low carbon blue bioeconomy.
Coconuts and lemons enable a thermal wood for indoor heating and cooling30 Mar 2023
A building material that combines coconuts, lemons and modified wood could one day be enough to heat and cool your home. The three renewable sources provide the key components of a wood composite ther...
Thursday 2023-06-15, 13:00
Location: Bora Bora, Teknikringen 10B, Stockholm
Video link: https://kth-se.zoom.us/j/67682564032
Doctoral student: Elvira Molin , Hållbar utveckling, miljövetenskap och teknik, IVL Svenska Miljöinstitutet2023-06-15T13:00:00.000+02:00 2023-06-15T13:00:00.000+02:00 Toward a more sustainable food system using public procurement (Licentiate seminars) Bora Bora, Teknikringen 10B, Stockholm (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden)Toward a more sustainable food system using public procurement (Licentiate seminars)