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The science week entitled “The Digital Society”, 24–30 April, aims at creating interaction between digital technology and different aspects of society. The public is invited to an exciting week to discuss where technology is...[more]


March for Science is a citizens’ initiative from the United States, launched by private citizens and researchers who want to stand up for the importance of science and research-based knowledge in society. Particular emphasis is...[more]


Today at 12:00 (noon), Lund University will participate in the national minute of silence announced by the Swedish Government to honour the victims of the attack in Stockholm. [more]


A bracelet with a unique ”panic grip” - featuring a built-in mobile phone and GPS system - has been developed by a former industrial design student at Lund University in Sweden. The device doesn’t require a base station in your...[more]


We may soon get better insight into the microcosm and the world of electrons. Researchers at Lund University and Louisiana State University have developed a tool that makes it possible to control extreme UV light - light with...[more]


Crashing computers or smartphones - and security loopholes that allow hackers to steal millions of passwords - could be prevented if it were possible to design error-free software. To date, this is a problem that neither...[more]


The ways we see the current state of the world differ. The science week Is the world becoming a better place? will kick off with music and a choral performance by the Palaestra Vocal Ensemble. We will also present the week and...[more]


Risks are changing in character and becoming more overlapping, especially as countries are highly interdependent and connected to each other. Professor Mo Hamza from the Division of Risk Management and Societal Safety at Lund...[more]


Certain dried herbs, such as basil, dill and coriander, can be a sad affair. But this could change. A group of researchers in Food Technology at Lund University in Sweden have discovered that by subjecting basil leaves to...[more]


The INSIGHT consortium has released a video illustrating their project and goals.In the video we learn how the dramatic increase in capacity of storage, communication and computation that has occurred in the last 45 years...[more]


A group of engineering students at Lund University in Sweden noticed that there were no vegan cake mixes available on the Swedish market. They set to work and came up with a dry mix that only requires the addition of oil and...[more]


On a snowy day, LTH gives a warm welcome to the international students who will start their studies at the Faculty of Engineering this spring semester[more]


Swedish road freight companies that abide by work environment legislation, taxation regulations and environmental agreements have had a hard time surviving on a market where illegal transport operators can perform the same...[more]


Many shopping districts have experienced a decrease in revenue as customers increasingly turn to shopping malls and e-commerce.[more]


Together with his research team, Lars-Erik Wernersson, professor of nanoelectronics at Lund University in Sweden, has developed a technology for smarter transistors which could be used in electronics that operate on low energy,...[more]


Arkad is the annual careers fair organised by Teknologkåren, the Student Union at LTH. It is one of southern Sweden’s biggest careers fairs.[more]


We would like to invite all new staff at LTH to an introduction meeting in November. You will receive inspirational and practical information from the Faculty Dean and Human Resources. Both Swedish and international staff are...[more]


LTH is one of the faculties at Lund University that is considered to be single-gendered. This discussion focuses mainly on the number of female professors – a figure that at LTH is around 15 per cent, although the proportions...[more]


Lund University is ranked in 96th place in the latest Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2016/17.[more]


Stephen Hall, lecturer in Solid Mechanics at Lund University, has led an international team of researchers in their search of explanations to complex behaviour of granular materials. Their results have now been published in...[more]

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