CBH researchers most innovative 2019
KTH Innovation received a total of 373 ideas from students, researchers and employees in 2019, which was a new record (296 last year). A lot of the ideas, as much as 30 percent, came from the CBH School.
A total of 31 companies were formed last year and 19 patent applications were filed. In addition, more women than ever took part in KTH Innovation's support program in 2019.
“We're not happy yet, but it looks better and better,” says Lisa Bäckman at KTH Innovation.
According to her, KTH Innovation also heard from several students during the year, who told them that they chose KTH precisely for the opportunities that exist to support their ideas.
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