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Researching PFAS substitutes in outdoor clothing
Although hazardous PFAS chemicals are being phased out from outdoor clothing, the question is, what are they being replaced with? A new research project at Örebro University aims at finding out.
Örebro University and Epiroc enter new strategic collaboration agreement
Örebro University and Epiroc Rock Drills AB strengthen their partnership in a new strategic collaboration agreement. The goal is to boost the quality of selected study programmes, research, and innovation, ultimately leading to sustainable growth.
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...
Örebro University School of Business in the upper tier of international ranking
Örebro University School of Business is once again among the world’s best business schools, according to the international ranking institute Eduniversal. “Our ranking confirms that our quality efforts are paying off,” says Erik Löfmarck, head of school.
Researchers investigating how AI affects the labour market
Artificial Intelligence (AI) affects the labour market. Researchers at Örebro University will now find out how. “This knowledge is necessary to make correct decisions in the future,” says Magnus Lodefalk, researcher in economics.
Örebro University again claims 75th place among world’s young universities
Times Higher Education has published this year’s Young Universities Ranking. Örebro University defends its respectable position at number 75 – despite increased competition. Once again, Örebro’s high quality research is a key factor.
Örebro University climbing Shanghai world universities ranking
Each year, ShanghaiRanking Consultancy ranks the top 1,000 universities in the world. This year’s edition sees Örebro University climbing over 100 places.
Örebro University 75th on young university ranking
Örebro University comes in at place 75 when Times Higher Education ranks the young universities in the world. “It is good news that the university retains its place despite further increased competition,” says Örebro University’s vice-chancellor Johan...
Globalization: On hold or in reverse
In 1665 the plague ravaged the United Kingdom and as a precaution, the University of Cambridge was closed for just over a year. During his leave, the student Isac Newton arrived at the law of gravity. Magnus Lodefalk, associate professor in economics,...
Excitement at Örebro University School of Business – awarded sought-after AACSB accreditation
Örebro University School of Business has met the rigorous accreditation requirements set by the organisation AACSB. Less than five per cent of all business schools in the world have succeeded in attaining this much sought-after mark of quality. “We are...