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.
Researchers are, in the project FBD_BModel, developing an innovative business model to make it profitable to manufacture small series of certain garments in Europe. Visit the project.
Robots that sense touches, controlled with simple hand movements, and with soft muscles. A five-year collaboration project between the University of Borås and the University of Skövde is on the tracks of the future.
Read about the study that investigates the information experiences of refugees as they transition and resettle into Swedish communities.
with support from the Knowledge Foundation the University of Borås and Jönköping University start the industrial graduate school INSiDR with a focus on digital retailing. Visit the project.
In the research portal you will find all our researchers, centres and research groups.
Welcome when the doctoral student Alex Osagie within Resource Recovery defends his doctoral thesis...
Welcome to Linnea Båganders licentiate seminar in fashion design.
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Welcome when the doctoral student Amanda Curtis within Textile Management defends her doctoral...
Madumita Sadagopan, PhD student in the civil engineering department, runs the only research project in Sweden about concrete waste.
For five years, a successful cooperation has developed between the University of Borås and the University of Portsmouth.
SCRR takes an active approach to internationalisation and frequently welcomes visiting doctoral students.
Researchers are now developing an innovative business model to make it profitable to manufacture small series of certain garments in Europe.