News archive 2022
On the road with innovation from Örebro University – patients test their fitness to drive with AI and eye tracking
Can AI and eye tracking help doctors assess patients’ fitness to drive? Ravi Chadalavada thinks so. And collaboration with the Örebro University Hospital on testing his innovation with patients is in full swing.
Record number of exchange students to Örebro University this autumn
Last week, some 180 exchange students arrived at Örebro University. That is an increase compared to before the pandemic.
Örebro research on young adults published in top-ranked scientific journal
Teenagers and young adults who have experienced the death of a parent are at higher risk for drug abuse and suicide than peers – according to research recently published in The Lancet Public Health.
Robot competition the finale of summer school in robotics
There was plenty of laughter and emotions were running high as the summer school’s robot football tournament was battled out. In total, six matches were played and the robots of “The Cheeky Nandos” won the final with a score of 3–0.
Towards a future ‘European University’ – representatives from NEOLAiA’s nine universities gathering in Örebro
In the future, ‘European Universities’ is the way forward for offering higher education in Europe. Some 30 participants from NEOLAiA’s nine universities have gathered in Örebro to deepen cooperation further.
Vice-Chancellor’s blog: Have a relaxing summer break!
There’s a lot in the pipeline. But first, a relaxing and well-deserved summer holiday awaits.
International student graduation: “Studying in Örebro has been fantastic!”
“A fantastic time among amazing people in a wonderful city.” Strong words and enthusiastic emotions flowed when this year’s international master’s students graduated from Örebro University. “I’m so pleased – and very proud,” says Myrto Stavroula...
Vice-Chancellor’s blog: The university and the future
In his latest blog, the vice-chancellor describes the university as a searchlight into the future – a future that is often elusive.
A simple blood sample indicates how serious a head trauma is
A simple blood sample to diagnose patients with traumatic brain injury – an innovation enabled by researchers at Örebro University.
Vice-Chancellor’s blog: Ill fares the land
In Ukraine, exhausted people are fighting for their lives against the Russian aggression. They are fighting for democracy and freedom of speech, for themselves and for all of Europe.