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Selah Li from KTH startup Ellure shows their lipstick printer to a user

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At KTH, students, researchers and employees from all over the world develop innovative solutions to humanity's challenges. With support from KTH Innovation their ideas get the best possible conditions to succeed. Together, we create opportunities for new technology to come society to use and create impact for a better future for all.

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Therese Jonsson and Mathilda Hammarström outside at KTH Campus
Mathilda and Therese are two of the founders of Floccs.

Floccs wants to give all horses a digital identity

Mathilda and Therese are two of the founders of Floccs, an app that wants give the world's 40 million horses a digital identity. In the KTH Innovation pre-incubator program, they took their idea to th...

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Two men and one woman chatting outside a yellow stone building
The founders of SaltyCo have developed a planet positive alternative to goose down, crafted from plants that heal damagPicture by H&M Foundation.ed land.

KTH Innovation supports future fashion innovators

A laundry solution that prolongs garments’ life, AI helping smallholder cotton farmers to increase yield and income, an invention realising the circular recycling of elastane and polyester blends, car...

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Portrait of Matija Milenovic, KTH alum and co-founder of spacetech startup porkchop

How to bootstrap from idea to orbit

In this guest post, Matija Milenovic, KTH alum and co-founder of spacetech startup porkchop, shares their journey from idea to orbit.

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The four founders of Pastisch at a table. In front of them is a box clad in blue paper.
Amanda Jonsson, Leone Lee, Axel Andersson and Eric Bojs are the founders of Pastisch, an "Uber for tailors" that won Sustainable Fashion Challenge.

"Uber for tailors" wins Sustainable Fashion Challenge

Amanda Jonsson puts a pair of worn-out shoes in a bag. If all goes well, they will be back in a week, good as new. After half an hour’s interview, Pastisch, an "Uber for tailors", has secured their fi...

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