SmokeBot can both see and navigate in smoke-filled areas
The online world is an excellent playing field for misogyny and violent opposition to gender equality, Sofia Strid observes in a new anthology.
Örebro listed at 62nd among the world’s top young universities – as shown in new Times Higher Education World Rankings.
Elderly with stomach problems have poorer mental health. This is shown in a new Örebro study – with orienteers as study role models.
A robot that can both see and navigate in smoke-filled areas, as well as discover gas leaks and plot maps of areas it has been in – this is the result of the EU-funded research project SmokeBot, led by Örebro researcher Achim Lilienthal.
Men retaliated with serious threats. Gender researcher Sofia Strid has studied how gender equality activism has met with strong opposition online. “It’s a question of men with power who have resorted to violence,” she says.
62nd place – Örebro University has climbed a notch higher on the Times Higher Education World Rankings of the top young universities. The list ranks 250 higher education institutions from 55 countries, all aged 50 years or younger.
At today's graduation and farewell ceremony our International Master's students received their certificate. Besides several speeches and a slideshow the ceremony was rounded off by students performing Swedish summer songs.