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Research Centres

Malmö University has five Research Centres, all with extensive projects and focused collaboration between researchers, and organised at the departamental level. The aim of Malmö University's Research Centres is to conduct research of high international quality according to Malmö University's vision and strategy, as well as to strengthen external funding and collaboration with stakeholders. Each Research Centre has a director who is appointed by the Vice-Chancellor.

Biofilms Research Center for Biointerfaces

Covers five research groups at Malmö University: Biointerfaces, Microbial biofilms, Prosthetic dentistry, Material science and Applied Mathematics.

Biofilms - Research Center for Biointerfaces

Centre for Sexology and Sexuality Studies

Organized around principal themes, including : Sexuality, Sexual health, information and consultation.

Centre for Sexology and Sexuality Studies

Centre for Work Life and Evaluation Studies

A multidisciplinary research group that includes subjects such as economic history, human geography, psychology, sociology, public health and political science.

Centre for Work Life and Evaluation Studies

Internet of Things and People

Studies how people can get the most out of the Internet of Things. The work involves computer scientists, interaction designers, professionals and users.

Internet of Things and People Research Centre

Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare

Aims to strengthen Malmö University’s migration research profile, expanding its international network and building bridges to the world outside academia.

Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare

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