Örebro University’s research spans no less than 36 different subjects, across the humanities and social sciences, medicine and health, and science and technology fields. Here you are one step away from finding information about our research environments, teams, projects and subjects. You can also learn more about research activities at Örebro University by reading our features and news pieces or by watching our films.
New study on depressed pupils – self harming: “Surprisingly high”
In a new study, around 25 per cent of adolescents responded that they have deliberately self harmed at least once in the last year. Thousands of pupils from the region of Örebro participated in this study.
Örebro University climbs in international ranking
Örebro University climbs to place 385 in Times Higher Education’s ranking of the world’s best universities. Once again, it is high quality research, made visible through many scientific citations, that is the key.
“Set to impact all of society” – AI to be included on other programmes
Örebro University’s investment in artificial intelligence, AI, should also impact other study programmes, disciplines, the business and public sectors. It is to this end that Professor Amy Loutfi has now been appointed pro-vice-chancellor, to spread...
“Valuable input for our data analyses” – Newbreed doctoral students on their visit to Southampton
Maja Dobrosavljevic’s and Carmen Solares Canal’s research projects focus on ADHD in older adults and health among older adults with a criminal background. This spring, they spent three weeks at University of Southampton in the UK to learn more about the...
Relations significant in aid efforts for older poor people
Owasim Akram’s research focuses on older extreme poor people in Bangladesh. During the spring he spent three months in Oxford as a visiting PhD student to work on his study on factors that influence the outcome of aid efforts for this group. The results...