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Last week kicked off with the first Science and Innovation Talks event at Tetra Pak. It’s an initiative with the aim of creating new touch-points between private companies and the university’s researchers. Olaf Diegel, Professor...[more]


Researchers at Lund University in Sweden have utilised nanotechnology to create a biological computer that can solve certain mathematical problems far faster and more energy-efficiently than conventional electrical computers. The...[more]


Researcher Marwa Dabaieh from Lund University in Sweden has come up with a way to adapt the so-called Trombe wall – a passive solar building design from the 19th century – to not only heat but also cool buildings, while...[more]


The order was done by Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus and his organization Yunus Centre. In October, the first unit was installed and by now, another 9 units have been delivered to the pilot project in Bangladesh.The portable...[more]


Why do electrons behave the way they do? Atomic physicist Per Johnsson has received a grant from the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research, through their Future Research Leaders programme, to help him find the answer. When a...[more]


What does your LTH look like? Get snapping while you're out and about on the LTH campus. Take a photo, share it on Instagram and tag it using #LTHnow. The winner gets 5 cinema tickets and a bag full of LTH goodies. The ten...[more]


Leave your bag unsupervised without running the risk of thieves stealing it? That could be the case as a unique idea of a small, high-tech alarm from Master students at Lund University is now coming to life.[more]


In December 2015 the board the Faculty of Engineering at Lund University (LTH) decided to awards three new honorary doctorates: Professor Keith Trigwell from the University of Sydney, Dr. Heike Riel at the IBM research laboratory...[more]


We would like to invite all new staff to an introduction meeting. You will receive inspirational and practical information from the Faculty Dean and Human Resources. We will also have a customarySwedish “fika” break, with tea and...[more]


Researchers from Lund University in Sweden have discovered that our drinking water is to a large extent purified by millions of “good bacteria” found in water pipes and purification plants. So far, the knowledge about them has...[more]


Anne L'Huillier and Sara Snogerup Linse chair their respective Nobel Committees at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; Anne for Physics and Sara for Chemistry. Both have worked extensively at LU/LTH and are among the few women...[more]


The Faculty of Engineering LTH at Lund University has recently launched a student ambassador initiative for its international Master’s programmes. The ambassadors will help give prospective students an idea of what it is like to...[more]


During euRobotics week 2015, about 20 one-hour-long guided tours were arranged in Robot Lab at Lund University. The main audience were about 670 school children and students of all ages from 20 different school classes in the...[more]


The world’s leaders will be gathering in Paris soon to make sure that the rise in global temperature will be as far below two degrees as possible in order to prevent dangerous climate changes. A fateful issue, but Max Åhman,...[more]


The Faculty of Engineering (LTH) at Lund University is the first higher education institution in Sweden to make the programming language Scala the beginner language on the introductory course in programming, on the MSc programme...[more]


An EU-funded research project is to make sausages, patties and other meat products healthier in the future. Researchers at Lund University in Sweden, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) and four other European...[more]


Award winning designer Stefan Diez is a new visiting professor at the School of Industrial Design at Lund University, teaching on the international Master's programme.[more]


Researchers from the MAPCI research institute in Lund have developed a new solution for making Wi-Fi networks more efficient in highly dense environments. The solution is a new backoff scheme and will be presented at an academic...[more]


September was a month full of travel. It started with a meeting about ESS in Bilbao, where I represented Lund University. There is plenty going on with ESS right now, and it’s high time for a strategic collaboration – not just at...[more]


Premature babies, born before 30 weeks of pregnancy, often need help breathing in order to survive. X-ray is currently used to diagnose the condition of the lungs, but the technology involves risks and X-ray images can only be...[more]

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