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  • Archaeological glass artefacts shed new light on Swedish glass history

    [25 Sep 2014] Archaeological finds of glass material from Old Lödöse, a Swedish trade centre in the High Middle Ages, call for a revision of the country¿s glass history. This is the conclusion of a doctoral thesis in archaeology from the University of Gothenburg, which describes how vitrified finds can be interpreted.

  • The University of Gothenburg Recruiting Two More International Top Researchers

    [1 Sep 2014] The Swedish Research Council has decided to support the recruitment of computational linguist Shalom Lappin and philosopher Paul Russell with SEK 189 million (EUR 20 million). This is the first time a faculty of humanities and arts is allocated funding from the Council¿s grant programme to attract internationally leading researchers to Sweden. To date, the Council has presented 16 grants, of which the University of Gothenburg has received four.

  • Increased Focus on Ethical Responsibilities in Money Management

    [20 May 2014] The Swedish public almost takes for granted that banks, insurance companies and fund companies should take ethical and environmental considerations into account when managing their money. This view is also gaining increasing legislative support across the world. In practice, though, relatively few money managers meet these high expectations. This is pointed out by a large number of authors, including philosopher Joakim Sandberg from the University of Gothenburg, in a new anthology published by Cambridge University Press. And they are supported by Al Gore, Nobel Prize laureate and former U.S. Vice President, who wrote the book's foreword.

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