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Startups from KTH

These are some of the many startups and spinoff companies founded by KTH students, researchers and employees with the help of KTH Innovation.

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Re:newcell is changing the fashion industry

It started in the lab at KTH. Now Re:newcell is one of a few companies in the world that can recycle clothes on a big scale.

A person changes the face of a Furhat Robot, a robot head where a face is projected onto a mask.

Furhat is the most social robot in the world

An idea during a coffee break started Furhat Robotics. Meet the research team that developed the most advanced social robot in the world.

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The Flic-button is sold worldwide

The ambition to quit using snus gave the KTH student Joacim Westlund Prändel the Flic-button idea. Now it's sold worldwide.

a photo of Malin Cronqvist

Help to Help creates opportunities

The KTH student Malin Cronqvist started Help to Help, an organisation that crowdfunds higher education for young people in Tanzania.

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Last changed: Sep 17, 2020