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 The Faculty of Engineering LTH at Lund University has decided to award the honorary doctorate degrees for 2015 to Martin Gren, founder of Axis; Colin Carlile, previous MD at ESS; and Liesbet Van der Perre, electronics...[more]


Edouard Berrocal, a researcher in combustion physics at Lund University, has been awarded one of the most prestigious grants available to young researchers: an ERC Starting Grant. The grant is worth EUR 1.5 million and will...[more]


Lund University, Faculty of Engineering LTH, has until 2016 the presidency of the network Magalhães which gathers 16 leading universities in Latin America and 19 in Europe. The network aims to strengthen collaboration in...[more]


Researchers at Lund University in Sweden have discovered that sugar beets produce haemoglobin. They now hope that this haemoglobin could serve as a blood substitute – a substance that is currently in short supply.   WATCH:...[more]


Mapillary, an app developed by Lund University senior lecturer Jan Erik Solem, crowdsources street view images. The company has now joined forces with OpenStreetMap, the world’s biggest free, editable map service. If you live in...[more]


Using a magnetic resonance imaging device and new mathematical methods, researchers have obtained a better tool for observing blood flow in the heart. This could make it easier to detect heart failure, which is a common problem...[more]


A ’super detector’ that can track the traces of a lump of sugar in the Baltic Sea – that was the starting point for a potentially life-saving technique developed at Lund University in Sweden. The method detects toxic algae blooms...[more]


LUCAS-day 2014 as part of the grand opening of Mobile Heights Center. Full program available![more]


A simple ”smart control” box invented by a PhD student at Lund University in Sweden has made it possible to connect solar panels to your boiler - without making any changes to the existing hot water system.[more]


The first live concert with a band consisting only of 3D-printed instruments has taken place at Lund University in Sweden. The band included a drum, keyboard and two guitars, all 3D-printed by Lund University professor Olaf...[more]


A short paper that was presented at the ongoing ESEM conference i Torino, Italy has investigated what universities and other organisations has published and been cited most since 1997. No doubt is USA the most successful country...[more]


Lund University has been ranked as the 60th best university in the world and number one in Sweden by the QS World University Rankings 2014/15, released today.[more]


From now on, the risk of disruption in nuclear power plants is lower, thanks to a degree project by students Anton Christensson and Erik Lingärde at the Division for Industrial Electrical Engineering and Automation at Lund...[more]


Students from Lund University’s Faculty of Engineering and Blekinge Institute of Technology have helped Sony Mobile Communications to become more innovative. This happened on Sony Mobile Student Innovation Day, in Sony’s premises...[more]


Certain cows’ milk is excellent for cheesemaking, whereas others’ is considerably less suitable. This has been shown in a new thesis from Lund University in Sweden, as part of a Swedish-Danish milk genomics initiative. The...[more]


Fuel consumption in cars could be reduced thanks to nanowires and a thermoelectric effect. This is what emerges from the basic research conducted by Sofia Fahlvik Svensson, a doctoral student at the Division for Solid State...[more]


Hundreds of new international students are being welcomed to Lund and the Faculty of Engineering, LTH. A total of 260 exchange students and 200 Master’s students are getting ready to begin their studies at a world-class...[more]


A professor at Lund University in Sweden has created the world’s first 3D-printed saxophone. WATCH: The world’s first 3-D printed saxophone Olaf Diegel, Professor of Product Development at Lund University, developed the...[more]


Peer into a world that we’ve long since known existed, but have only recently been able to see – the world of the electrons! A world of incredibly small, and speedy, phenomena. Physics professor Anne L’Huillier explores this...[more]


Thanks to image analysis research from LTH, users can now produce their own streetview images in the style of Google Street View. The technology has engendered a company named Mapillary, under development by four entrepreneurs...[more]

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