New professor is interested in power
Roger Blomgren researches how digitalisation affects public venues and is interested in who makes decisions within cultural policy.
New patterns emerge when the temperature changes
Imagine a single-coloured piece of cloth that suddenly displays a colourful pattern when the ambient temperature changes.
Textiles and engineering for modern healthcare
The university's new professor of biomedical engineering, Fernando Seoane, researches to make a difference.
Prestigious funding for Borås researcher
Meet Daniel Yar Hamidi. In late January, he was awarded funding under Horizon 2020 and Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions.
Descriptions of cloud services affect our reality
How do we talk about cloud services and how do this relate to how they are perceived and taken for granted. This is analysed in a new doctoral...
Strong investment in research on the Human Perspective in Care
Now there is to be a large investment in this area as six PhD positions are announced for the doctoral programme.
“Knitted muscles” provide power
Researchers have coated fabric with an electroactive material, and in this way given it the ability to actuate in the same way as muscle fibres.
SSLIS in broad Swedish-Ugandan collaboration
Improve education quality and strengthen doctoral education--the collaboration between SSLIS and Makerere University in Uganda is broad.