Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation 100 years
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What makes a region economically robust? How does this change overtime, and can it be influenced? Wallenberg Academy Fellow Kerstin Enflo, economic historian at Lund University, is going all the way back to the 16th century to find the answers.
Wallenberg Academy Fellow Johan Nilsson’s theoretical research is adding to our understanding of a group of materials with highly unusual magnetic and superconductive properties.
All around us – at home, in the workplace, and in industry – heat that cannot be put to use is generated. An enormous amount of energy goes to waste. As a Wallenberg Academy Fellow at Linköping University, Per Eklund wants to develop materials that convert heat into electricity.