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  • JU students win innovation competition

    9 students from Jönköping University were part of three winning teams at Innovation Days Jönköping on Friday 26th January.
  • Guldbagge award to JU alumni

    At the Guldbagge Award Ceremony 2018, six former students won the award for Best Visual Effects. They were all part of the teams that created the visual effects for the movie Borg.
  • Renewal of Innovation Runway with 20 million SEK in funding

    After three successful years with the project Innovation Runway, Science Park, Jönköping University and Almi Jönköping receive continued support and funding from Region Jönköpings län and the European Regional Development Fund to run the project a further three years. A total of around 20 million SEK will benefit companies in the region.
  • Three projects awarded with a grant from Aktiestinsen

    On Wednesday 24th January, a total of 360,000 SEK in project grants was awarded by the Aktiestinsen Foundation in a ceremony at Jönköping University in the School of Health and Welfare.
  • Knowledge and location – success factors for new firms

    In a new PhD thesis from Jönköping International Business School at Jönköping University, Mark Bagley has studied the ICT business in Stockholm to draw conclusions about the role of knowledge networks in the emergence and persistence of industrial clusters.
  • Global discussion about IT in tourism

    JIBS + HLK fasad mot söder 83 PhD students from 24 countries will gather at Jönköping International Business School on 23 January for a workshop on eTourism.
  • New industrial graduate school in digital retailing

    Swedish trading companies need knowledge and skills to strengthen their competitiveness on the global market, where digitalisation is growing fast and changes the conditions. Now, with support from the Knowledge Foundation, the University of Borås and Jönköping University start the industrial graduate school INSiDR with a focus on digital retailing.
  • Adapt your workplace to winter

    Snowy landscape, sun on an icy lake Myriam Aries, Professor in Lighting Science, knows how to get more energy when the days are short.