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The time just before summer is a time for graduation ceremonies and various forms of festivities. We began with our graduation ceremony in the main University building on 20 May, where more than 110 Bachelor’s and Master’s...[more]


Doctors can use 3-D images to create a picture of how cancer spreads within the body. However, what information in the image is actually of interest to doctors, and how can that information be presented in the best possible way?...[more]


LTH student Elin Bäcklund, who is studying for an MSc in Engineering Physics specialising in Software, has been named “IT Girl of the Year” by Microsoft.[more]


On 1 June 2016 we welcome Ulrika Forsgren Högman to LTH. She is the new Head of Communications, taking over from Lisbeth Wester-Leandersson who is set to retire in July.[more]


Rather than spreadable chocolate, future consumers will perhaps be spreading a bean-based paste on their toast. This is thanks to a group of innovative students in Food Technology at Lund University, who recently developed a bean...[more]


The new research and education organisations have now been launched at the Faculty of Engineering LTH, both with the aims of reducing territorial mindsets and increasing clarity. Erik Swietlicki, Professor and Assistant...[more]


The LTH graduation ceremony on Friday 20 May 2016 will be broadcast live on Over 110 new graduates within engineering, architecture and design will receive their diplomas today at the Faculty of...[more]


Almost a year ago to the day, I asked the question “Where were you?” in my blog. That was after the talks given by last year’s Honorary Doctors, which were very interesting but sadly not as well attended as I’d hoped. It got me...[more]


Researchers at Lund University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States have developed a method to analyse and separate cells from the blood. Ultimately, the method, which goes under the name...[more]


Stephanie Jenny Angeraini, a student of the Energy-Efficient and Environmental Building Design Master’s programme at the Faculty of Engineering LTH, is one of 22 international students in Sweden to be awarded the prestigious...[more]


Interested in solving real world problems with companies in a multi-disciplinary setting? Then join the first Sustainability Forum Case Competition- an inter-disciplinary challenge inviting all students at Lund University. [more]


Researchers at Lund University in Sweden have discovered a new and more accurate way to distinguish between harmful and harmless plaque in the blood vessels by using ultrasound. This can help healthcare providers determine the...[more]


New research conducted at Lund University in Sweden and the University of Bristol in the UK has demonstrated 5G technology twelve times as efficient as the current 4G technology, paving the way for the mobile systems of tomorrow. [more]


Join us in highlighting World Water Day on 22 March 2016!World Water Day takes place on 22 March and is an international observance day as well as an opportunity to learn more about water-related issues. It dates back to...[more]


An article published in Nature by researchers at Lund University shows how different arrangements of atoms can be combined into nanowires as they grow. Researchers learning to control the properties of materials this way can lead...[more]


Lund has been named the second best small European city in the connectivity category in a report by the Financial Times FDintelligence.[more]


Improved radar image resolution and faster data transfer within 5G networks. These are some of the results that would be achieved by a new research project called INSIGHT, which is funded by the EU programme Horizon 2020 and...[more]


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]

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