EU lobbyists as behind-the-scenes political friends
Lobbyists work actively behind the scenes to find ways to influence politicians. Preferably, they would like to be viewed as friends. The EU legislation that regulates lobbying, does not address how it takes place in the real world. This is shown by...
Örebro University coordinating major EU project in robotics
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.
The school cafeteria as the new lab room
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.
Major fluctuations in the bacterial flora in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases
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...
Doctoral hats and laurel wreaths as Örebro University celebrated
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...
Annual academic celebration for Örebro University
Örebro University's annual academic celebration takes place this weekend. It will be popular science lectures and a big evening gala.
Honorary doctors value Örebro University collaboration
How to make production and consumption more sustainable, alternative ways to resolve disputes within civil and criminal procedure, and how to avoid complication following surgery. This is the breadth of knowledge represented by this year's honorary...
Research on tolerance at Örebro reaches a broad audience
Marta Miklikowska’s research on young people’s attitudes towards persons of a different ethnic background, reaches out via a prestigious international publication.
Örebro researchers to measure unknown and truly hazardous toxins
Researchers at the Man-Technology-Environment research centre (MTM) at Örebro University, have received SEK 48 million from the Knowledge Foundation (KK-stiftelsen) to identify toxic pollutants which pose the greatest risks. In addition, ten companies...
Sweden’s first two-year Master’s in sustainable business
Örebro University School of Business has received funding for Sweden's first Master's programme in sustainable business.