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Malmö University’s research is developed and profiled through our research centres, research programmes and research platforms.
Malmö University has five research centres, which between them span fields in life sciences, humanities, health and technology. With a strong emphasis on interdisciplinary research, they maintain a keen focus on collaboration. Working at an interdepartmental level, research is carried out alongside other academic institutions, the public and private sectors, and non-governmental organisations. The collective aim of the centres is to conduct research of high international quality according to Malmö University's vision and strategy.
Biofilms Research Center for Biointerfaces
Biofilms Research Center for Biointerfaces is a multidisciplinary research centre in the interface between life and material...
Centre for Sexology and Sexuality Studies
The Centre for Sexology and Sexuality Studies carries out multidisciplinary research on sexuality from social science,...
Centre for Work Life and Evaluation Studies
The Centre for Work Life and Evaluation Studies (CTA) is a multidisciplinary research centre with a focus on working life,...
Internet of Things and People
Internet of Things and People (IoTaP) is a research centre that studies how people can get the most out of the Internet of...
Research programmes combine prominent research environments to increase the output of academic studies. The research is carried out by connecting projects that deal with different issues through a common theme.
The Data Society research programme aims to advance the studies of digitalisation and datafication as pivotal change agents. We...
Disciplinary literacy and inclusive teaching
The research programme Disciplinary literacy and inclusive teaching (LIT) explores the multidimensional nature of language in...
The Foresight programme aims through a multidisciplinary approach to discover a new generation of predictive biomarkers for...
The aim of the research platforms is to develop research in a specific area at a faculty.
People, Places and Prevention
Why do people commit crime? The overall aim of the research platform is to contribute to a better understanding of the causes...
Research Informed Development of Higher Education – RIDHE
RIDHE is an interdisciplinary platform for research on learning in higher education specifically targeting challenges in health...
Research at the departments
The research and education at the five faculties of Health and Society, Culture and Society, Learning and Society, the Faculty of Odontology and Technology and Society, is the basis for Malmö University's activities.