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The Bridge The Bridge is a unique long-term and strategic investment in research and education with a focus on forestry, innovation and sustainability through a partnership between Linnaeus…
The Centre for Gender and Language The Centre for Gender and Language is an international research environment at Linnaeus University. It is interdisciplinary and multi-faculty, offering an innovative…
Småland Living Lab What is the potential of our regional collaborations for futures of sustainability?
Project: Transnational Living Lab for Active Ageing How can we change the experience of being old and ageing?
Project: Housing and residential development for increased growth (Boost) The Boost project has its starting point in building and living with glass and wood construction. The aim is to develop and…
- Earth’s survival before profit in the fashion industry News
Project: Holding Surplus House The aim of this project is to explore built environment through giving form to a household that takes what is at hand – and strives to share a surplus.
Project: Design history in other geographies Departing in the Swedish part of Sápmi and Småland this research project is project aiming at altering a traditional understanding of design history by…
Project: Innovation link for IT and industry in Kronoberg Innovation link is a collaborative project for increased innovation among small and medium-sized companies within IT and industry in Kronoberg…
Project: Troll perceptions in the Heartlands – artistic research to widen our imagination capacity A transdisciplinary design project emerging out of southern rural Sweden, expanding the formal field…
Centre for Climate Emergency Studies We live in a state of planetary climate emergency. This is becoming increasingly clear in all aspects of life. But what is meant by the terms "climate" and…
- “We live in a state of climate emergency" News