Stefania Rabasco and Pascal Camoiras González, Master’s student in the Chemistry in Environmental Forensics programme
Örebro University is now investing in 18 positions for promising junior researchers - a long-term investment to identify future research leaders.
Tuulia Hyötyläinen and Matej Oresic develop a test aiming at early detection of serious liver conditions.
Örebro University keeps its spot among the 400 highest ranked universities, as shown by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2018.
When Örebro University introduced its postdoctoral research fellow scheme, there were 600 applicants for 17 positions. Now, the University is launching a similar programme for promising junior researchers – this time 18 associate senior lecturers.
Two Örebro researchers have together with European colleagues been awarded EUR 34 million, almost SEK 340 million, to develop a blood test that will enable healthcare professionals to identify which patients suffering from fatty liver are at risk from...
Over recent weeks we have seen a torrent of #metoo-related petitions from groups of mainly women providing frightening narratives of an expression of power that manifests itself in sexual harassment and assault. At Örebro University, there should be no...
Never before have so many students nominated teachers at Örebro University for the Excellent Teaching Award. Previous years have seen around 70 nominations, this year the number was up to 241. All schools are represented among the nominations.