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A new pilot plant for rare earth material recycling in the United Kingdom promises to help meet Europe’s rising demand for high-performance magnets.
The time of day we eat may affect our mental health, says new study.
Despite a century of technological advances, weather forecasts struggle to see beyond 2 weeks. Climate expert Ted Shepherd says chaos theory can explain why.
Her seminal work on ice sheet dynamics has earned Danish researcher and European Research Council grantee Dorthe Dahl-Jensen recognition from the Balzan Foundation.
Time: Thu 2022-09-29 17.30 Type of event: Lectures and seminars
Time: Fri 2022-12-09 12.15 - 13.00 Location: Online Type of event: Sustainable Transformation seminars The Sustainable Transformation Seminars autumn 2022 series fourth seminar is held by speaker Rocco Lupoi , with the title "Metallic Additive Manufacturing: excitements and barriers". The format is 25 minutes presentation and 20 minutes of guided and open discussion with a KTH moderator/host.
Time: Wed 2022-09-21 12.00 - Fri 2022-09-23 15.00 Location: Forum Oskarshamn Type of event: Conferences and events The rapid integration of renewables within the energy system in combination with the event of new technologies like small nuclear reactors (SMR) are transforming tomorrow’s energy system.
Time: Wed 2022-11-02 15.00 - 16.00 Type of event: Seminars Welcome to one of our monthly seminars! Presented at KTH and digital on zoom.
Time: Thu 2022-11-10 17.00 - 19.00 Type of event: Lectures and seminars Welcome to join the 11th Stockholm Archipelago Lecture arranged by the KTH Environmental Humanities Laboratory. We are happy to announce Rob Nixon as this years keynote speaker.
Weather extremes are becoming more common. A recent study looks into the reasons why risk management is usually ineffective when dealing with a second more hazardous event, and takes home lessons from two success stories.