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  • "HRM is a broad and exciting subject"

    [28 Feb 2020] Stefan Tengblad has returned to the School of Business, Economics and Law, after a decade away in Borås and Skövde. In autumn 2019, he took up a new professorship in human resource management - HRM, the first and only of its kind in Sweden.

  • The School of Business, Economics and Law appointed as role model in UN-supported sustainability initiative

    [27 Feb 2020] The School of Business, Economics and Law at Gothenburg University has been appointed member of an international group that will work together for two years to develop business education and support initiatives that promote the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals in the UN's Agenda 2030.

  • Risk of recurrent fractures lowered by new care routines

    [27 Feb 2020] Older people¿s risk of recurrent fractures decreases by 18 percent if the care they receive is more structured and preventive, through fracture liaison services. This is shown by a study from the University of Gothenburg.

  • Antarctic ice walls protect the climate

    [26 Feb 2020] Inland Antarctic ice contains volumes of water that can raise global sea levels by several metres. A new study published in the journal Nature shows that glacier ice walls are vital for the climate, as they prevent rising ocean temperatures and melting glacier ice.

  • Tracing coffee along the new silk road

    [25 Feb 2020] Researchers Trisha Rajput and Abhinayan Basu Bal followed the new Silk Road¿s digital infrastructure from Chongqing in China to coffee farmers deep in rural India, but it was a journey that started at the School of Business, Economics and Law in Gothenburg.

  • Bariatric surgery effective against early-onset obesity too

    [25 Feb 2020] Surgical treatment of obesity is as effective for individuals who developed the disorder early, by the age of 20, as for those who have developed obesity later in life, a study from the University of Gothenburg shows.

  • Shaping the future of machine learning for active matter

    [25 Feb 2020] Now researchers are presenting guidelines for how active matter, such as cells and microorganisms, can best be studied using machine learning techniques. The guidelines can help others navigate the new field, which can significantly improve research in active matter.

  • The climate and increased extreme weather affect our energy systems

    [20 Feb 2020] Climate change, with more and more storms and heat waves, also has consequences for our energy supply. An international research team has now developed a new method for calculating how extreme weather affects energy systems.

  • Professor Mikael Landén wins Article of the Year award

    [17 Feb 2020] Mikael Landén, Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Gothenburg, is among the winners for his 'Article of the Year': the best article of 2019 in the Swedish Medical Journal Läkartidningen. He gained the victory for the category 'Commentary' by writing about the surge in young patients with gender dysphoria.

  • First Swedish transplant of uterus from deceased donor

    [17 Feb 2020] The Swedish team responsible for uterine transplantation research has, for the first time, transplanted a uterus from a deceased donor. The operation proceeded without complications and the recipient is doing well.

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