The ArcInTex European Training Network (ETN) aims to strengthen the foundations of design for more sustainable forms of living.
Research leader Nils-Krister Persson is an enthusiastic generalist who has moved from physics and molecular biology to smart textiles, with the aim of changing and improving society.
Henrik Linusson's research helps the leading and forward-thinking companies to analyse data. He establishes the extent to which we can trust our statistical models.
A dress completely made of paper from Swedish forests. The innovation project ‘Establish locally grown textiles in Sweden’ aims at enabling textile production of raw material from the pulp industry.
Wood becomes paper, which is turned into fabrics. By using knowledge and skills from classical Swedish industries, wood can be refined into locally produced textiles. This gives new business opportunities for the domestic industry in Sweden and creates opportunities for a more sustainable textile industry through a range of innovative solutions across branches.
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.
A garment that can act as a communicative interface for deafblind people – this is the expected result of a unique and innovative EU project.
Lignin, a waste product from biomass and ethanol production, will now reach its proper value as bio-oil in new products.