The ArcInTex European Training Network (ETN) aims to strengthen the foundations of design for more sustainable forms of living.
Malin Sundström predicts a retail revolution in which digitalisation is better utilised. Many new services that make things easier for the consumer are being developed.
Many Swedish textile companies use foreign facilities for their production. Interest in returning some of this production to Sweden is now growing.
The new project Beyond Seeing wants to find answers to how the blind and visually impaired people experience fashion.
Participants come from fashion schools and organisations for the blind and visually impaired in Germany, France, Sweden, and Belgium. When the project is completed at the end of 2017, they will have held international workshops and an exhibition.
The first workshop was conducted in Paris at the end of October. Vidmina Stasiulyte, a doctoral student in the project ArcInTexETN at the University of Borås attended along with Clemens Thornquist, professor of fashion design.
Preserving digital material over time is not always easy. The research project PERICLES contributes to solutions that will benefit society at large.
All of us meet with adversities. Few have been tried as harshly, and handled their ordeals as impressively, as Christoffer Lindhe.
Gustaf Kastberg is a new professor of business administration at the University of Borås. Read about his research and thoughts about the new job.
Science Park Borås, Smart Textiles, and Grants and Innovation Office are now sharing space in Textile Fashion Center.