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The broad-ranging research at the University of Gothenburg is innovative, characterised by multidisciplinary cooperation, closely linked to education and stands in close contact with society. Our 3000 researchers, teachers and doctoral students span from developmental biology and gender studies to logistics and marine mammals. The University’s list of renowned researchers includes Nobel Laureate in Medicine or Physiology Arvid Carlsson (2000).

The SDG Christmas Calendar 2018 - 17 slots for a sustainable future!

Every day from the 1st until the 17th of December 2018 Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development presents one of the Sustainable Development Goals. Meet researchers in short filmed interviews, where they present a goal and discuss how the global goals are integrated.

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Research News

  • Substantial environmental impact from returned goods

    [11 Dec 2018] E-commerce is increasing rapidly. But so is the number of returned goods. In the fashion industry, the percentage of returns is particularly high, with a substantial environmental impact as a consequence. At the same time, many consumers are unaware of what happens to their returns.

  • Information provision as a tool for social change within Roma communities

    [11 Dec 2018] Andreea Mitrut, senior lecturer and researcher at the department of Economic at the School of Business, Economics and Law at Gothenburg University was recently published in the 'Journal of Public Economics' with the study "Bridging the gap for Roma: The effects of an ethnically targeted program on prenatal care and child health".

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