News archive 2022
Research and Innovation Week furthering collaboration between Örebro University and Japan
Innovation, AI, sustainability and ageing. These were some of the research fields discussed when Örebro University, along with 19 other Swedish and Japanese universities, participated in the MIRAI 2.0 Research and Innovation Week in Japan.
Izabela Dahl as visiting professor in Bielefeld: “valuable qualification as a researcher and teacher”
When Izabela Dahl was offered a visiting professor position at Bielefeld University in Germany, she recognised a chance for personal development and the opportunity to develop the subject of history at Örebro University.
Örebro researcher appointed EU advisor: “VAT is a powerful economic instrument”
Cristina Trenta, researcher at Örebro University, has been appointed as advisor to the European Commission’s VAT expert group. ”VAT is not just a tax, but a powerful economic instrument,” says Cristina Trenta.
Master's programme open for research: “We're thrilled to be at Örebro University”
For Jishamol Veettil and Myrto Chatzopoulou, the Master's Programme in Experimental Medicine was the starting point for a career in research at Örebro University. Now they work in the laboratory alongside teachers from their study programme. “Everyone...
Ambassador’s visit strengthening Japan–Örebro University relations
Increased and enhanced collaboration was in focus when Japan’s ambassador to Sweden visited Örebro University. “We are delighted that we get to further strengthen our ties to Japan,” says Vice-Chancellor Johan Schnürer.
Örebro University continues to be among the world’s 500 highest-ranked universities
Örebro University retains its ranking as one of the world’s 500 best universities in this year’s ranking by Times Higher Education.
Two portions of vegetables per day adequate to protect against inflammation in older people
Only two portions of vegetables per day can reduce systemic inflammation that affects multiple parts of the body simultaneously, a new doctoral thesis from Örebro University has shown. Fruit, on the other hand, does not seem to have the same effect.
Metal meets science – music helps Örebro students to learn business
Can you learn business administration with the help of music? “Absolutely”, says Magnus Hansson, teacher at Örebro University. He invited the metal band Horndal as a guest lecturer: “The band sings about the same things that I research.”
New discovery: changes in bile acids may be linked to diabetes in young children
Disturbances in the interaction of bile acids with the inborn microflora in the intestines can increase the risk of type 1 diabetes. This is shown in a new study on children’s’ first years of life.
Örebro University wins – again
Örebro University is again the winner of the yearly Inclusive Design Barometer, a national ranking examining websites from an accessibility perspective. “It’s gratifying that we’re still at the top. However, it’s sad that less than seven per cent of...