Researchers to create self-learning technology for robots in warehouses
Jonas Halfvarson’s study, published in Nature Microbiology, points to major fluctuations in the gut bacterial flora in patients with severe intestinal diseases.
Johanna Björklund and Ida Schoultz believe that research should lead to change, will together develop social innovation at the Social Impact Lab.
Örebro University has received SEK 88 million to trace polluters. “Fantastic new opportunity for us,” says Professor Magnus Engwall.
Robotics research at Örebro University has been awarded a strategically important research grant by the European Commission. In total, 7 million euro have been awarded the project partners to enable development of technology for autonomous robots.
That research should lead to change is something that Johanna Björklund and Ida Schoultz think is natural. That is why they have joined Örebro University's new research project for social innovation.
Patients with severe intestinal diseases have major fluctuations in their bacterial flora, as shown in a new study published in Nature Microbiology. Jonas Halfvarson, researcher at the School of Medical Sciences notes that flora varied from being healthy...
New doctors and professors, donning hats and laurel wreaths, took centre stage during Örebro University’s annual academic celebrations. The ensuing banquet was planned and executed by students from the School of Hospitality, Culinary Arts and Meal...