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  • Mathematics centre starting up

    Published Apr 20, 2010

    Stockholm’s Mathematics Centre, KTH’s and Stockholm University’s joint mathematics centre, may be starting up this autumn. Future Master’s students will have considerable benefit from the new mathemat...

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  • “Impressive initiative in China by KTH”

    Published Apr 19, 2010

    KTH is making an impressive and exemplary effort in China. And the best thing is KTH’s physical presence in the country, otherwise it would be difficult to understand the conditions behind China’s rap...

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  • Tuition fees move focus to Europe

    Published Apr 19, 2010

    Plans are taking shape to recover the students that will be lost as a result of the introduction of student fees. More students from Europe and a reduced number of educational programmes is the joint ...

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  • Blogger spreads KTH’s research

    Published Apr 19, 2010

    Of course a blog may be a good way of spreading information about and discussing research from KTH. This is what two researchers who have started their own blogs mean. The object is to spread the word...

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  • Speed-dating produced new forms of cooperation

    Published Mar 31, 2010

    Speed-dating has evolved into being much more than a search for a partner in life. In the darkest of November days, 24 researchers met from KTH and Karolinska Institutet in order to give one another f...

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  • Immoral ideas about working life

    Published Mar 31, 2010

    Lars Lindblom, PhD (philosophy), recently acquired his doctor’s degree with a thesis on ethics at work. In his thesis, he states that an employment contract does not really have any moral viability. ...

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  • Tuition fees major challenge for KTH

    Published Mar 03, 2010

    When fees for foreign students are introduced in the autumn 2011, KTH could loose over SEK 100 million in revenue per annum. Aggressive marketing, commissioned courses and other efforts should mitigat...

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  • The world’s most prominent Life Science.

    Published Mar 03, 2010

    KTH’s research in large-scale biological analysis is being geared up via the new research centre SciLifeLab Stockholm. By April next year, researchers from KTH, KI and Stockholm University will be wor...

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  • Diagnostic tests on the Internet improves learning

    Published Mar 03, 2010

    The students at KTH study more if they understand what their own level of knowledge is through diagnostic tests. This has been shown in a pilot study at CSC through the use of a web-based test system ...

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  • KTH Teacher of the Year finds the connections

    Published Mar 03, 2010

    Job satisfaction. Knowledge put into perspective. And so it should be clear for the students what is important in the course. This is Olof Ramström’s recipe for success in his chemistry teaching. Clea...

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  • Students in focus at Media technology

    Published Mar 03, 2010

    On the media technology programme, students’ opinions make a difference. On certain courses, both the content and the forms of examination are given serious review once the media students have put for...

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  • Kick-off for strategic rejuvenation

    Published Mar 03, 2010

    Renewal. This was the catchword at KTH’s kick-off for the strategic research areas. The extra millions received by KTH via the government’s research initiative will be used for new research fellow pos...

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