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  • Brain valve to ease the pressure

    Published May 31, 2011

    NPH, or Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus gives severe problems for those affected. It gives Dementia-like symptoms and each year 2000 Swedes are affected...

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  • Recognition of major contributions on a micro scale

    Published Feb 25, 2011

    Their most successful project within medical diagnostics is a pressure sensor that measures strictures in the heart and consequently prevent heart att...

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  • Passion only takes you so far

    Published Dec 21, 2010

    He is striving to obtain the perfect combination of new features in a small size, at a low cost to carry out portable tests for cancer, bacteria or vi...

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  • Quick food allergy test - just a drop of blood

    Food allergy skin prick test.
    Food allergy tests can be particularly painful and are usually very traumatic for young children. Positive is about to change that.
    Published Dec 10, 2010

    Over 15 million people in Europe – including eight percent of all children - suffer from food allergies, and this number is growing steadily. Currentl...

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  • Best Student Paper Award at IEEE APMC 2010 to Umer Shah

    Umer with the Award
    Umer with the Award
    Published Dec 09, 2010
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  • A Ph.D. student position in Medical Microwave Microsensors

    Published Sep 15, 2010

    The Microsystem Technology Laboratory conducts research in the field of micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), for applications including medical tec...

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  • Asthma breakthrough in the making

    KTH and Aerocrine are developing a personal monitoring device for asthma sufferers.
    Published Jul 26, 2010

    An estimated 300 million people around the world suffer from Asthma. A personal monitoring device that enables asthma sufferers to determine appropria...

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  • When small is big

    Microcomponents are used everywhere - in medical equipment and other consumer products.
    Microcomponents are used everywhere - in medical equipment and other consumer products.
    Published Jul 26, 2010

    Microcomponents are used everywhere – in fuel cells, medical equipment and consumer products like mobile phones and game consoles. Advances in researc...

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  • IEEE Graduate Fellowship given to Nutapong Somjit from MST

    Published Apr 12, 2010

    Nutapong Somjit, a PhD student at Microsystem Technology Lab, advised by Assoc. Prof. Joachim Oberhammer and Prof. Göran Stemme, received a 2010 IEEE ...

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  • Biophotonics research from MST on the cover of the "Lab on a chip" journal

    Published Jan 21, 2010

    Biosensing devices with optical waveguide chips and innovative microfluidic functions, fabricated by the KTH Microsystem Technology Lab, are featured ...

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  • Novel through-silicon via concept from MST highlighted by industry

    A through-silicon via according to the MST concept
    A through-silicon via according to the MST concept
    Published Dec 16, 2009

    An innovative concept for fabrication of through-silicon vias, developed by researches of the KTH Microsystem Lab, was presented as "Top Story" in th...

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  • New possibilities in micromachining

    Published Oct 28, 2009
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  • Best European Microwave Integrated Circuits paper award to Nutapong Somjit from MST

    Nutapong Somjit showing the prize plaque
    Nutapong Somjit showing the prize plaque
    Published Oct 06, 2009

    Nutapong Somjit from MST won the BEST PAPER AWARD at the IEEE EuMIC European Microwave Integrated Circuits Conference for his work on millimetre-wave ...

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  • KTH-MST alumni reunion at Silex Microsystems

    A nice barbecue dinner
    Thorbjörn "Toby" Ebefors (Silex co-founder), Hithesh Gatty (present Ph.D. student), Niclas Roxhed (present research associate), Edvard Kälvesten (Silex COO and co-founder) and Björn Samel (Acreo AB)
    Published Sep 21, 2009
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  • Blood poisoning bacteria identified faster

    Published Dec 02, 2008

    Five European research centres and two industry partners have joined in a new research consortium called Intopsens to combat the growing trend of mult...

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