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  • Interview with Ulf Ringertz about CERO project and more

    Published Mar 23, 2022

    We talked with professor Ulf Ringertz about the CERO project and his contribution in it, as well as his interesting work with NASA in aeroelasticity.

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  • Four KTH projects win big EU grants

    robot hand, wingtip, cannula and cells.
    1) Four research projects from KTH have been awarded ERC Consolidator Grants. Photos in the collage: upper left image: National Cancer Institute, upper right image: Raghavendra V. Konkathi, lower left image: Paul Vincent, lower right image: This is Engineering. All photos from Unsplash.
    Published Mar 22, 2022

    The recently published European Research Council list of European researchers who will receive 2021 ERC Consolidator Grants, contained the names of 313 researchers who will each be awarded a grant. Fo...

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  • Method offers sharper images of lung disease in living mice

    3D dimensional color representation of shape of mouse's lungs, encase in ribcage
    A 3D image of the test mouse's lungs, created with the new technique developed at KTH.
    Published Mar 09, 2022

    In a first for X-ray imaging, researchers in Sweden generated high resolution, three-dimensional images of the lungs of free-breathing mice, without using mechanical ventilation. The technique develop...

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  • News from MedTechLabs – a multidisciplinary research centre hosted at SCI

    Published Feb 26, 2022

    Sweden has long been a pioneer in innovative medical technology solutions for the healthcare sector. Swedish innovations such as the pacemaker, the Gamma Knife, the ultrasound and the Seldinger techni...

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  • SEK 99 million to small lead-cooled nuclear reactors

    Pär Olsson in lab
    “We are performing all the research that is needed before the construction of a lead-cooled nuclear reactor. The aim is to build an electrically heated pilot plant that can be used to prove the viability of an actual reactor,” says Professor Pär Olsson at KTH.
    Published Feb 21, 2022

    Researchers and industry in Sweden are working closely together to realise fourth generation lead-cooled nuclear power plants. Testing and preparatory work is in progress at KTH ahead of production of...

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  • David Rydh has been awarded the Göran Gustafsson Prize

    David Rydh, Institutionen för matematik. Foto: KTH
    David Rydh, Department of Mathematics. Photo: KTH
    Published Mar 16, 2021

    The Göran Gustafsson Prize in Mathematics 2021 for young researchers up to the age of 45, has been awarded to David Rydh, Professor of mathematics at the Department of Mathematics, KTH.

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  • Mats Wallin is the new Director of AlbaNova

    Mats Wallin, the new Director of AlbaNova, monitors the growing Albano campus from his office window. Photographer: Sofia Nyström
    Published Jan 05, 2021

    Mats Wallin, professor of theoretical physics, Department of Physics, is the new Director of AlbaNova.

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  • GE buys Swedish start-up Prismatic Sensors

    Mats Danielsson. Photography: Prismatic Sensors
    Published Jan 04, 2021

    American General Electric acquires the KTH spin-off company Prismatic Sensors founded in 2012.

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  • Superconductors can revolutionize how we use electricity

    Oscar Tjernberg and his model of superconducting train that hovers above magnetic rails. Photography: Oscar Tjernberg
    Published Jan 03, 2021

    For the first time, American researchers have succeeded in creating a so-called superconductor that works at room temperature. This technology has the potential to revolutionize how we use electricity...

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  • GE buys Swedish start-up Prismatic Sensors

    Mats Danielsson
    Mats Danielsson. Photography: Prismatic Sensors
    Published Nov 27, 2020

    American General Electric acquires the KTH spin-off company Prismatic Sensors founded in 2012.

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  • KTH in collaboration with Brazil

    Dan Henningson, Department of Engineering Mechanics,  KTH.
    Dan Henningson, Professor of Fluid Mechanics, Department of Engineering, KTH. Photography: Private
    Published Nov 26, 2020

    Dan Henningson, Professor of Fluid Mechanics, Department of Engineering Mechanics, has been commuting between Stockholm and Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil, for five years. The aim is to build a partnersh...

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  • A hub for nuclear technology knowledge and competence

    Published Nov 12, 2020

    The annual symposium of the Swedish Centre for Nuclear Technology (SKC) was held in October. For two days, around 100 researchers, students, and industry representatives gathered digitally to share th...

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  • We welcome Professor Masatoshi Noumi to SCI

    Published Sep 01, 2020

    Masatoshi Noumi is a professor at Kobe University, Japan. Thanks to a grant from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, he will be a visiting professor at the Department of Mathematics.

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  • AlbaNova-NanoLab

    The director, Vladislav Korenivski, showing Sandra di Rocco (skolchef) and Anna Delin (vice skolchef) the state-of-the-art EBL system, a recent upgrade at ANL.
    Published Aug 31, 2020

    Albanova-NanoLab (ANL) has existed in its current form since 2001, when KTH Physics moved into Albanova, it was, however, first opened in 1997 when Physics was still located at Lindstedsvägen.

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  • Theoretical physics research – possible revolution for green technology

    Egor Babaev, Professor in Condensed matter theory, sits down posing for the photograper.
    Egor Babaev, Professor in Condensed matter theory, Department of Physics at KTH. Photographer: Sofia Nyström
    Published Jun 26, 2019
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  • Nanomagnetism could improve future mobile phones

    Anna Delin, Professor at the Department of Applied Physics at KTH, is doing research on quantum mechanical calculations. Photographer: Sofia Nyström
    Published Jun 26, 2019

    Anna Delin, Professor at the Department of Applied Physics at KTH, is doing research on quantum mechanical calculations on how we through magnetic nanotechnology, or spintronics, may revolutionize how...

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  • Janne Wallenius explains what happened around the Chernobyl accident

    Published Jun 18, 2019
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  • Utilisation Award goes to Carlota Canalias

    Published Jun 11, 2019
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  • Christian Ohm elected to Young Academy of Sweden

    Christian Ohm. Photographer: Asin Delawi
    Published May 27, 2019
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    Published May 24, 2019
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