Many people visited September Lights
Many visitors came to September Lights at Tändsticksområdet in Jönköping in the evening of 30 September. The special lighting event is bu...
Many interested in learning more about hidden women’s disease
"Fat is not just fat” was the title of the second lecture in the JU-LIVE series organized at Jönköping University together with Folkunive...
Students invite people to a lights show at Tändsticksområdet
Students who study lighting design and lighting technology at the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU) invite you to ...
Young JU researcher awarded for outstanding research on Entrepreneurship and Family Ownership
Johan Karlsson, Ph.D. and affiliated researcher at Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) at Jönköping University (JU), has been awarded “Ung forskarpriset” for 2023. He is recognized for his outstanding resea...
Over 20 million SEK for socially beneficial research
Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) at Jönköping University receives over SEK 20 million from the family-owned The Hamrin Foundation. The money will finance new socially useful research in economics and bus...
Lighting is adapted to people's activityin new research study
Can presence sensors adjust the lighting according to whether a person is calm or stressed and even indicate if someone is sick and needs help? This is investigated in the research study DOSE at the School of Engineer...