Clothes of paper yarn, garnment that communicates with deafblind, textile muscles and textiles that purifies water. Read about our research within Smart Textiles.
Professor Annemaree Lloyd spends her time doing ground-breaking research to find insights and knowledge in how information can promote the integration of immigrants.
Here you find published dissertations within the doctoral educations in Library and Information Science, The Human Perspective in Care, Resource Recovery and Textiles and Fashion.
Twenty years ago, the journal Human IT was founded at the Swedish School of Library and Information Science. Not only was the journal before its time regarding the subject in focus, but it was also one of the first scientific open access journals in the world.
”A lot of research might be hard to access these days, when articles are linked to large publishers and high subscription fees. In this case, the University of Borås finances the publications to make it available, and has done so from the start twenty years ago. This is something I think we should be very proud of”, says Helena Francke, docent in the Swedish School of Library and Information Science, and former editor of Human IT.
Human IT is a forum where researchers can share scientific...
It is possible to produce bioethanol from agricultural and industrial waste in existing plants in a socioeconomically sustainable way.
A dress made of paper from Swedish forests. A new innovation project aims at enabling textile production of raw material from the pulp industry.
Five researchers from different disciplines presented the university’s research in Brussels.
In August, educational researchers travelled from all over the world to Borås to discuss their research and learn more about the research field.