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  • Joachim Oberhammer new member of the Young Academy

    Published Jun 12, 2014

    Joachim Oberhammer, associate prof. in the Nano and Microsystem department, is one of the seven new members of the Young Academy of Sweden.

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  • Best Poster Presentation Award at MSW2014 conference for MST

    Laila receiving the Award from Prof. Klas Hjort
    Published Jun 03, 2014

    The Best Poster Award at the 10th Micronano System Workshop was awarded to Laila Ladhani, PhD student under supervision of Wouter van der Wijngaart at...

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  • Outstanding Oral Presentation Award at MN2014 conference for MST

    Mina Rajabi after receiving the Award, with Associate Professor Niclas Roxhed
    Published Jun 02, 2014

    One of the three Outstanding Paper Awards at the 3rd International Conference on Microneedles for oral communications was awarded to Mina Rajabi, PhD ...

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  • KTH researchers test super sensitive sensor material

    Published Feb 18, 2014

    Graphene is the thing in 2024. By then transparent conductive electrodes and energy storage applications will run mainly on graphene material, present...

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  • Grants for developing microsystems at terahertz frequencies

    Published Feb 11, 2014

    Microsystems at terahertz (THz) frequencies are a thousand times smaller and lighter, and consume far less power, than today’s THz devices. They also ...

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  • Outstanding Paper Award at MEMS2014 conference for MST

    Published Feb 03, 2014

    One of the three Outstanding Paper Awards at the Micro Electro Mechanical Systems Conference (MEMS), 2014 IEEE 27th for oral communications was awarde...

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  • Obama saw future fuel cell from EE

    Obama at KTH. KTH's showcase of renewable energy technology included a hybride fuel cell form EE.
    Published Sep 04, 2013

    On his visit to KTH, Barack Obama was showcased PowerTrekk, a fuel cell and battery charger that runs on water - a spin-off from EE. The proud invento...

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  • 3D printing research showcased on top industry innovation list

    Giving engineers access to easy specialized manufacturing processes for a wide selection of advanced sensors opens up completely new and creative solutions in fields like medical technology,” Frank Niklaus says.
    Published Mar 25, 2013

    3D printing has the potential to revolutionize manufacturing processes in a vast number of fields and that includes objects both big and very, very sm...

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  • New dimensions of 3D printing

    “This could allow for manufacturing specially designed sensors for a few patients or creating tailor-made applications for industry at a much lower cost,” Frank Niklaus says.
    Published Mar 24, 2013

    A drawing programme and a 3D printer: in the future, that’s all it will take to produce customised micro- and nanoscale silicon structures for sensors...

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  • Cash prize for polymer pioneers

    Published Mar 18, 2013

    Mercene Labs has won the 2013 Ingemar Croon Award from KTH Royal Institute of Technology’s Greenhouse Labs. The pioneering firm founded in 2012 is beh...

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  • Micro and Nanosystems

    Published Nov 29, 2012

    "Micro and Nanosystems" is the new name for the lab that was previously called Microsystem technology. The acronym will still be MST. The change is ma...

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  • Ragnar Holm Fellowship awarded to Nikolai Chekurov, KTH-EE-MST

    Published Oct 25, 2012

    During a seminar on Wednesday, October 24, 2012, the recipient of the 2011 Postdoctoral Fellowship in honor of the physicist Ragnar Holm, Dr. Nikolai ...

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  • MST research on 3D silicon nanostructuring on the front page of Advanced Functional Materials

    The cover of Advanced Functional materials with a colorized SEM image of a 3D structure
    The cover of Advanced Functional materials
    Published Oct 09, 2012

    In the latest issue of Advanced Functional Materials, Frank Niklaus and co-workers report on the fabrication of 3D nanostructures by alternating steps...

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  • Gas sensors could become the mobile “noses” of the future

    Published Jun 29, 2012

    KTH and a group of industrial partners will receive a grant of SEK 10 million from VINNOVA, the Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems, fo...

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  • Cutting the cost of micro- and nanomanufacturing

    Schematic of the 3D printing process and an image of a manufactured micro-structure.
    Published Jun 21, 2012

    A drawing programme and a 3D printer: that could be all it will take to produce the micro- and nanostructures required for the millions of devices and...

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  • Kristinn B. Gylfason receives a Göran Gustafsson’s Young Researcher Prize

    The miniaturized sensors are embedded in so called Labs-on-Chip, which integrate sample handling and sensing functions in a compact chip.
    The miniaturized sensors are embedded in so called Labs-on-Chip, which integrate sample handling and sensing functions in a compact chip.
    Published May 04, 2012

    Kristinn B. Gylfason, researcher at the KTH Microsystem Technology Laboratory, has been awarded one of the Young Researcher Prizes of the Göran Gustaf...

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  • The IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society (AP-S) PhD fellowship to Nutapong Somjit

    Published Feb 10, 2012

    The IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society (AP-S) awards $2500 PhD fellowships each year to encourage students to pursue a career in the area of electr...

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  • Research Looks to Cut Drug Development Costs

    Published Feb 07, 2012

    The pharmaceutical industry is facing a financial meltdown. The cost of bringing new drugs to market has doubled over the last 15 years, and in 2010 t...

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  • Fighting Childhood Cancer with a Nanotech Capsule Therapy

    Published Jan 13, 2012

    Researchers from KTH’s Microsystem Technology Lab are working with colleagues at Karolinska Hospital to develop and test a nanotechnology capsule for ...

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  • Strong interest in new fabrication method for micro-fluidics

    Published Sep 26, 2011

    "Beyond PDMS: off-stoichiometry thiol–ene (OSTE) based soft lithography for rapid prototyping of microfluidic devices" by researchers at The Microsyst...

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