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  • Popular researchers have more success

    Talk like people do, researchers. Those who present their research in an understandable way have everything to gain. It will provide more research funding and promotes fresh internal growth.

  • New Vice President to focus on research quality

    Arne Johansson, Professor of Mechanics, will become KTH’s new Vice-President of Research. The issues that touch on research quality are especially close to his heart. He wishes to see a more clearly focused strategy to attract more of the major research funding providers to invest in KTH.

  • Biofuels and decision support a winner at KTH

    The Research Council has now taken a decision in the annual major call for contributions in natural and engineering sciences. 56 researchers at KTH will share a total of just over SEK 162 million during the next four years. Two of the areas receiving the most money are biofuels and decision support.

  • Seminar: Stakeholder engagements in European research projects

    Increasing the impacts and broadening stakeholder engagement in support of European research is an essential element to underpin the European added value of Horizon 2020, as well as its successor Horizon Europe. Under different funding schemes, the framework programme supports research and development projects resulting in new products and services including non-technological and social innovation. A project may need to integrate knowledge from stakeholders beyond academic disciplines, for example citizens, user groups, consumer organisations as well as industry representatives, relevant to the project.

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