David Sjögren
Congratulations to Swedish author, playwright, comedian and artist Jonas Gardell, who was named the recipient of this year’s KTH Great Prize. Gardell was lauded as a champion of human dignity and the right to self-determination. The honor includes a cash prize of 1.2 million Swedish crowns. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Congratulations to Swedish author playwright comedian and artist Jonas Gardell who was
Monica Wiegert
Mohammad Hoq
The new QS World University Rankings are out, and KTH is one of two universities in Sweden to be ranked in the top 100.
Diana Julia Oros
Riyaz Ahmed
Zahra Khadem Hussaini
Recent national statistics show KTH is the most popular choice for engineering education in Sweden. Another piece of good news: the Electrical Engineering program is a top pick for women. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Recent national statistics show KTH is the most popular choice for engineering
Graduation Ceremony - Day two
Graduation Ceremony  Day two
Adrien Duffy
Iva Iva Dem
Tomas Melin
Graduation Ceremony - Day one
Graduation Ceremony  Day one
Bassem Alareky
Suha Afaneh
Sayeh Khoogar
There are many reasons to study at KTH. Here are 10 of them.
Niusha Rna
Fernando Sánchez Miñaur
Gunnar Ålfors
Allowing overnight deliveries doesn't just make it easier for truck drivers to get through the city, it can also reduce congestion for commuters during peak traffic hours, as shown in a recent study involving KTH Integrated Transport Research Laboratory.
Per Arvidsson
Dag Klingstedt
Vinko Rajic
Science communication can be even more absorbing. At the VR Scientific Film Festival on Saturday at KTH, master's student Divya Hariramani was one of many spectators who were inspired by the emerging VR form of research and science communication.
Chris Hill
Some scenes captured at Saturday's Quarnevalen, a student parade which is organized every three years by Tekniska Högskolans Studentkår, THS, the student union at KTH.
Stockholm’s triennial college student carnival, Quarnevalen, parades through the city tomorrow, beginning at the KTH campus at 2:08 p.m. The procession of floats and costumed students from the city’s colleges and universities typically draws half a million spectators. Quarnevalen is organized by Tekniska Högskolans Studentkår, THS . Photo: Axel Hammarbäck
Stockholms triennial college student carnival Quarnevalen parades through the ci
Ulla Karlsson-Ottosson
Lightweight and conductive, carbon fibre is being developed at KTH as both a reinforcement material for automobile bodies, as well as an active electrode in batteries. Put the two together and you have a vehicle that is its own battery. That’s one way solve the problem of weight reduction for electric cars. Swedish article: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Fernando Barraza
Najib Yavari
Raj Kumar
KTH students Divya Hariramani and Jake Kinghorn-Mills give us a taste of some innovative food products, sourced sustainably in Sweden, at this week's Science Dinner Food Market. Organized and hosted by Openlab at KTH, the market was held in tandem with an afternoon of talks in the Dome of Visions focusing on food science and future challenges for food and society.
Hanna Sundelin
Y Viswanath Dash
Though it's mostly fed to animals, wheat bran contains biopolymers that could be used for making plastic wrap, antioxidants, prebiotics and thickeners in food. Until now however, there was no good sustainable way to extract these hemicelluloses and oligosaccharides while preserving their antioxidant attributes. Here's how KTH researchers are doing it. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Sofia Canclini
Here’s why you don’t want to miss the first international virtual reality festival dedicated to science, which is taking place on the KTH Stockholm campus, May 12-14. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Julia Elf
After days of snow showers and rain, we finally have something that looks like Spring.
After days of snow showers and rain we finally have something that looks like Spring
Fredrik Larsson
Ajoo Arif Jehda-Oh
Loïc Zimmer
Swedes on the march for science in Stockholm.
Heitor Semler
Hamed Khavari
Vinko Rajic
iPHONE 8 Rumours
Scientists, students and concerned citizens will gather around the world on Saturday to march in support of robustly funded and publicly communicated science. In Stockholm, KTH is taking part in the city's local March for Science demonstration.
On the first day back after a long holiday weekend, KTH was treated to an impressive spring snowfall.
Diane Bernard-Bruls
Ali Kapekv
Kenlys Mercado