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.
Clothes of paper yarn, garnment that communicates with deafblind, textile muscles and textiles that purifies water. Read about our research within Smart Textiles.
Professor Annemaree Lloyd spends her time doing ground-breaking research to find insights and knowledge in how information can promote the integration of immigrants.
Here you find published dissertations within the doctoral educations in Library and Information Science, The Human Perspective in Care, Resource Recovery and Textiles and Fashion.
Kristina Lundberg defends her doctoral thesis in health and caring science at The School of...
Welcome to Tonje Kristensen Johnstone's Licenciat Seminar in Textile Design.Title: Surface...
Welcome when the doctoral student Kamran Rousta within Resource Recovery defends his doctoral...
Ramkumar Nair, former PhD student of Resource Recovery, developed the technology during his dissertation which has led to a spin-off startup company.
When organic waste is turned into biogas, water is usually an important component of the process.
Alarming reports on reduced reading and impaired reading abilities; this is today’s debate. Now researchers are making a historical look back.
20 years ago, the journal Human IT was founded at the University of Borås. It was one of the first scientific open access journals in the world.