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KTH's President Anders Söderholm.

Protest march on KTH Campus

Between 60 and 80 people demonstrated at lunchtime on KTH Campus - from the courtyard, where some 30 students had been camping for almost a week - to Brinellvägen 8. The police were present during the demonstration, and they assess and decide how to handle the protests.

Protest march on KTH Campus

Kerstin Jacobsson

Optimizing the premises of the University Administration

“The idea is to use our premises in the best possible way, and this is also a piece of the puzzle surrounding the campus relocation,”
says Kerstin Jacobsson, University Director, about the decision to optimize the premises for the University Administration.

Portrait photo: Conny Sandbrink Fält and Sabine Micksäter.

From waste to resource

KTH can save money and reduce its climate footprint if everyone sorts their waste correctly and starts to see waste as a resource that in many cases can be recycled, say Conny Sandbrink Fält and Sabine Micksäter.

Podcast: Fika Chat about PRIMO Lab

This podcast episode will be joined by Martin Edin Grimheden and Magnus Wiktorsson, project managers at Product Innovation and Manufacturing Open Lab (PRIMO Lab).

Ongoing construction work

Svenska kraftnät is establishing a ventilation shaft by KTH Campus as part of a major infrastructure project. In the course of this work, some disturbances in the form of noise may occur.

Ventilation shaft by KTH Campus


News at the University Administration

Britt-Louise Henriksson

Britt-Louise Henriksson, Head of Administration/ Head of HR within UA, writes in a post about the development of UA and the potential of change.

Time flies

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