Older people rarely get diagnosed and treated – despite signs of ADHD
Adults with ADHD run a higher risk of developing a number of age-related conditions – dementia, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes. At the same time, very few adults are today given the diagnosis ADHD, despite symptoms. As shown by Maja...
International perspectives promote the quality of teaching
Methods in teaching and learning in higher education that promote internationalisation in the classroom. Örebro University, together with six other universities, is participating in an EU project aimed at developing teaching methods that contribute to...
Örebro University welcomes our new exchange students
Over 180 exchange students from 25 countries are being welcomed at Örebro University this week. “I’ve longed for a change, so I looked for the opposite of Spain,” says Pablo Vejarano Torres from the University of Jaén, one of Örebro University’s NEOLAiA...
Info Centre at Örebro University is now open
At Info Centre in Långhuset on Campus Örebro, students, staff, and visitors can get help with study questions or about the university.
He’s biking ten days and 1,200 km – to study in Örebro
Frederik Kuper, a soon-to-be exchange student at Örebro University, has chosen to bike the 1,200 kilometres journey from Germany to Örebro, Sweden. “I love a challenge, and it’s good for the environment”.
“A complement to vaccine” – Örebro researchers hold patent for new treatment of several viruses
A type of peptides from a lactic acid bacterium kills viruses, including coronavirus. The findings have resulted in a Swedish patent, with an international patent pending. “We’re hoping for a quick turnaround to allow this discovery to be utilised in...