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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]


We are encouraged to think outside the box. Yet it can take time before the surrounding world is ready to take on innovative ideas. Hilding Elmqvist, LTH alumnus and creator of a programming language now used by many industrial...[more]


Aluminium is a lightweight material which is suitable for use in everything from cars to boats and planes. However, one of the problems of this material is that it is hard to join, as traditional welding, for example, does not...[more]


Can you become ill from doing laundry? Clothes contain traces of washing powder which are released into the indoor air when they are tumble-dried. Researchers at the Division of Ergonomics and Aerosol Technology at Lund...[more]


Lund University School of Industrial Design was recently honored with a prestigious award at the DMY International Design Festival in Berlin. The award was given in the education category, for four different projects; a bike...[more]


The 100th doctoral thesis has now been produced at the Department of Automatic Control at Lund University’s Faculty of Engineering, LTH. This achievement will be marked by exhibiting all the theses - old as well as new – on one...[more]


Ultrasound diagnosis is one of the medical engineering innovations that originated at Lund University’s Faculty of Engineering through the years. Now an exhibition displays an ultrasound machine, together with a tomograph,...[more]


Sweden is the top provider of higher education in Europe, second only to the U.S. in the world, a global study has found for the third year running. Sweden's higher education system was also ranked best in the world, when each...[more]


Imagine a fresh, crunchy salad that has been… frozen and defrosted? A unique method of freezing vegetables and fruit that keeps cells alive has been developed, and patented, at Lund University in Sweden. The researchers say that...[more]


The PhD student section of the Student Union (TLTH), in collaboration with LTH, has organized the well-received mentorship program PLUME for PhD students three times before and is now in the starting phase for launching the...[more]


Paying for a coffee or lunch by simply scanning your palm still sounds like science fiction to most of us. However, an engineering student at Lund University in Sweden has made it happen - making his the first known company in...[more]


The ECED, European Convention of Engineering Deans, was organised in April at LTH. For two days, everything from student recruitment to the use of global research facilities was discussed. The main theme was ‟Engineers for a...[more]


A group of engineering students at Lund University in Sweden noticed there was a rather lacklustre range of veggie burgers available in supermarkets, despite a growing demand for green products. And sure enough - too many...[more]


Lund University has placed among the top 100 universities in the world within the subjects of civil & structural and electrical engineering, according to the QS World University Rankings by subject 2014. Other...[more]

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