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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]


Lund University has climbed from #119 to #90 in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-2016 out today. [more]


Neurons thrive and grow in a new type of nanowire material developed by researchers in Nanophysics and Ophthalmology at Lund University in Sweden. In time, the results might improve both neural and retinal implants, and reduce...[more]


Many interesting talks and spontaneous meetings took place at the Lund Circuit Design Workshop at Grand Hotel in Lund, hosted by the Vinnova Industrial Excellence Center in System Design on Silicon (SoS) and by the SSF-projects...[more]


Last Friday Akademiska Hus hosted an opening ceremony for the new decks down at the campus lake “sjön Sjön”. I have to say it looks fantastic. Thank you! Along with Helsingkrona’s new building, it feels like the engineering...[more]


Lund University has once again been ranked as the number one university in Sweden and the 70th best in the world in the QS World University Rankings 2015/16. With 17,000 internationally recognised universities in the world, this...[more]


Kent Ngo, one of the Lund University engineering students who founded FoPo Food Powder, talks about the product and how their studies have helped them launch their own business. WATCH: Interview with FoPo founder Kent Ngo[more]


The Max IV facility, set to become the brightest x-ray source in the world, and the world’s first ‘fourth generation’ particle accelerator, has reached a major milestone. The accelerator group has now succeeded in directing the...[more]


It’s wonderful to see the engineering campus full of life again! Last week we had the pleasure of welcoming all of our new students at the Faculty of Engineering LTH. As I left for the Union Building shortly before 8am last...[more]


LUracing has been successful with its new racing car at Silverstone. Students from the Faculty of Engineering LTH came in 8th place out of approximately 100 cars built by students. Lund University finished in fourth place...[more]


How does a student straight out of upper secondary school manage the difficult studies which await at a Faculty of Engineering? One of the answers to this question is spelt SI; it is an academic support programme which aims to...[more]


Image analysis combined with radiotechnology provides positioning to the nearest centimetre [more]


Research institute MAPCI is now starting an open innovation laboratory in which companies and public organisations can conduct innovative activities within the fields of ICT, mobile and cloud technology. The initiative, entitled...[more]


Researchers from Lund University have been awarded a multi-million SEK grant to increase the value of our forests by finding new, more valuable areas of application for the substance lignin. [more]


Water is the most essential and pervasive element of life. Yet, this valuable resource is becoming more scarce with climate change, population growth and the increasing demand for food and energy. While theory, science and...[more]


'5G for Sweden' is the name of a new research programme launched by telecommunications company Ericsson and partners at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The programme aims to reinforce the industry through research,...[more]


Biomarkers are one of the most important tools to increase the effectiveness of various cancer treatments. Now the national innovation programme SWElife has decided on its first grants within cancer research and two of them will...[more]

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