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Research that makes a difference
The university’s research stems from six prioritised areas which are based on the needs of the educations as well as the surrounding society.
High scientific and artistic level is a matter of course, and the activities are characterised by cross-border work and approaches. Collaborations with external actors are an integrated part of our business. This is also a prerequisite for a continued development of the university’s ambitions of being a sustainable university and offering complete academic environments in all prioritised areas.
Resource Recovery is a strong research environment. Since 2010, 25 doctoral students have publicly defended their thesis.
Researchers at the University of Borås will now study the market for teacher skills development and they have chosen a somewhat different method; they will study invoices from three strategically selected municipalities.
The reusable sanitary pad named Spacerpad is one step closer to production.
This is currently the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme. The University of Borås participates in several of the projects. Read more.
She has promoted the caring dialogue and given a voice to those with mental illness. Now, she's shining light on children who are mistreated.
The Swedish School of Textiles is taking the lead in introducing a new level of creativity in the field of textile engineering.
Her artistic research wants to inspire us to find more sustainable ways to design – and live.
Do boys read less than girls? When do people read? These are issues that are illuminated in a recent research article on the reading of audiobooks.