Monday, 26. June 2017

KTH Research Project Database

KTH Research Projec...

Architectural and Civil Engineering

Chemistry and biotechnology

Computer Science & Information Technology

Electrical Engineering


Physics and Energy

Production and Mechanical Engineering

Social Sciences and Humanities

Environment and sustainable development


»Research Fields

»Organisational Structure


Centrum för miljövetenskap (»Add to Infobox)

School of Chemical Science and Engineering
KTH - Royal Institute of Technology



High-arsenic groundwater in the alluvial aquifers of the Bengal Delta Plain in Bangladesh: Genesis and low-cost remediation

SASMIT - Community driven initiatives to target arsenic safe groundwater as sustainable mitigation strategy

Zinc deficiency in soils, crops and food in Mali


A study on effectiveness of local plant materials on purification of rural domestic water supply

Arsenic in groundwater of Bangladesh: Options for safe drinking water

Contamination of water resources in the Tarkwa mining area of Ghana: Linking technical, social-economic and gender dimensions

Groundwater - surface water ecotones

Options for safe drinking water in regions with high arsenic groundwater in Bangladesh

Women and water: Encountering the challenges of water resource management in rural India from a gender perspective

PEOPLE (1/1) 

Professor emeritus Gunnar Jacks (Research Leader / Environmental Physics)


»Advanced Search

INFOBOX (0/0) show all
Your infobox is empty

Powered by