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Lindéngruppen renews sustainable development research collaboration

Publicerad: 2022-06-08

Lindéngruppen extends its cooperation with Blekinge Institute of Technology on sustainable development. The collaboration with BTH began with Lindéngruppen’s founder Ulf G Lindén – born in Karlskrona, Blekinge – who had an important role in the establishment and early development of BTH. Long-term strategic collaboration on sustainability More recently, Lindéngruppen has cooperated with BTH on […]

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Vice-Chancellor of Namibia University of Science and Technology visits BTH 

Publicerad: 2022-05-24

BTH was honoured to welcome the Vice-Chancellor of Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST), Dr. Erold Naomab, and the Advisor of the Vice-Chancellor, Mr. Klemens/Awarab. During their visit to BTH, they met with Vice-Chancellor Mats Viberg to discuss the future relationship between the two universities.  The Vice-Chancellor of NUST, Dr. Erold Naomab and the […]

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Zoom fatigue affects young women more than others

Publicerad: 2022-05-05

A group of researchers, including Markus Fiedler at Blekinge Institute of Technology, BTH, has studied the phenomenon of video conference fatigue, or “Zoom fatigue” and concluded that both age, gender and personality play a role in how tired you get. For example, they note that young, introvert women are affected more than others. However, there […]

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BTH linked sportstech project highlighted in European report

Publicerad: 2022-04-13

The Health and Sports Technology Initiative, a project linked to BTH, is one of only two Swedish initiatives mentioned in the European Sportstech report 2022. The project’s global relationship manager Stina Lundgren Högbom’s engagement was also highlighted. The Health and Sports Technology Initiative project aims to make the county of Blekinge a hub for technological […]

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Argentinian professor visited BTH to discuss long-term cooperation

Publicerad: 2022-04-06

BTH was honoured to welcome Professor María Isabel Pozzo from the National University of Technology in Argentina, who visited us in March to discuss a potential long-term relationship and cooperation between the two universities. Dr. María Isabel Pozzo is a professor and researcher from the National Technological University, the National University of Rosario and the […]

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Magnetic trains can be the solution to the fast ground transport according to BTH researchers

Publicerad: 2022-04-04

BTH researcher Henrik Ny urges Sweden’s transport politicians to initiate an independent rapid investigation that compares different future scenarios for high-speed ground transport. According to him, magnetic trains could provide the best customer benefit, be best for the national economy and give the least environmental impact. In addition, this could provide an export opportunity for […]

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Statement of solidarity with Ukraine

Publicerad: 2022-03-09

It is with great sadness and horror that we follow the Russian invasion of Ukraine. BTH stands behind the democratic values that are now at stake and we support statements from, among others, the Swedish Association of Higher Education Institutions and the European University’s Association. We will take action on the Swedish government’s call to immediately […]

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BTH joins the European University Association

Publicerad: 2022-02-25

In January, BTH was welcomed as one of the new members of the European University Association (EUA) alongside six other universities. The EUA represents over 850 universities and works with EU policies on higher education and research in Europe. As a member, BTH will be able to participate in activities and mutual-learning events alongside other university […]

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Seminar part 2: The cyberattack against the Ukrainian government

Publicerad: 2022-02-03

BTH’s security researchers invites you to the second of three seminars about the recent cyberattack on the Ukrainian government agencies. This time, we will focus on three malicious components used in the cyberattack. As the second seminar in the series: “Vulnerability of modern society exemplified with large cyber-attack against Ukraine”, Dr. Alexander Adamov will devote […]

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BTH researcher awarded Sustainability Award

Publicerad: 2022-02-02

BTH researcher James Ayers was recently awarded the AASHE Sustainability Award for his licentiate thesis in which he investigates the efficacy of academic sustainability programmes in developing sustainability competencies among students. The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) recently announced their Sustainability Awards winners. BTH researcher James Ayers is one of […]

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