The University of Borås conducts research that changes society.
The university’s education and research within the field of construction features sustainability as a common theme.
Researchers Karin M Ekström and Håkan Jönsson have studied 28 culinary destinations in order to get a better understanding of culinary tourism.
Daniel Rudmark researches how external programmers can create apps and websites to facilitate the flow of information within public transport.
Researchers are demonstrating that, under the right conditions, a fungus can create animal feed and the second generation of ethanol and plastic film.
Two glass flasks stand shaking in a water bath in the lab. Patrik Lennartsson, a senior lecturer in resource recovery specialising in biotechnology, lifts one of the flasks and points out the yellowy-brown sludge swishing around on the bottom. Filamentous – or thread-forming – fungus is growing. This is not the kind of fungus that you might pick in the forest. It’s more like the kind found in mould-ripened cheese. A microfungus that grows a bit like an oak tree, but in miniature form. ...
Sindor Pardaev is a PhD student from Samarkand Agricultural Institute in Uzbekistan. He has been at the University of Borås for the last two years.
In a new research project, the University of Borås is to develop tools to improve the opportunities for companies to create new innovations.
Can artistic research projects in the field of design contribute to changes in society? Doctoral student Maja Gunn about her thesis.
Smart Textiles researcher Li Guo received grant to develop smart textile solutions for prosthetic users.