Image
Biodiversity
All SFOs are part of a long-term investment that was decided by the government in 2009. The research areas develop multidisciplinary excellent research with the aim of producing new knowledge for the benefit of society.
Photo: Mattias Hallquist
Breadcrumb

Strategic Research Areas

The University of Gothenburg is involved in six national strategic research areas. All are part of a long-term investment that was decided by the government in 2009. The research areas develop multidisciplinary excellent research with the aim of producing new knowledge for the benefit of society. The University of Gothenburg has the main responsibility for the area of ​​Person-Centred Care (GPCC) and collaborates with several other universities in the areas of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (BECC), Climate Research (MERGE), Neuroscience (Multipark), Transport (STI) and Materials (SIMS).

Contact regarding the website
Editor: Allan Eriksson

allan.eriksson@gu.se