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Boys more satisfied with the leisure offer in Piteå

Girls are not as satisfied as boys with the leisure offer in Piteå municipality. Being active in leisure activities also seems to influence the extent to which young people have tried or regularly use tobacco, alcohol and drugs. These are some of the results in an ongoing study of leisure activities among high school students in Piteå municipality, Ung 2.0, which is carried out by researchers at Luleå University of Technology.

Åsa Wikberg-Nilsson och Jörgen Normark Photo: Åsa Stubbfält
Design for a sustainable future

Researchers in Industrial Design at Luleå University of Technology are developing a digital service that will motivate people to make climate-smart choices in everyday life.

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Design handbook for non-excluding city development

Research shows that increased knowledge of norm criticism among those who work with urban planning and new working methods are keys to building attractive, non-excluding and sustainable cities.

Want to spread old knowledge about reindeer slaughter

In a new project within Interreg Sápmi, an innovative education is being developed to make small businesses in the reindeer industry more competitive and attractive.

Photo: Emma Åsberg och Jennie Olausson
Students design igloo for the University

An environmentally friendly meeting place in a unique winter environment – this is how students in Industrial Design Engineering describe their igloo concept. Their prototype will now be realised at the University in February.

Agneta Dahlgren
She is Renault's Design Manager

Agneta Dahlgren is currently working as a Design Manager at Renault. She describes her study time in Luleå as amazing and says that her successful career had not been possible without the solid education she received at Luleå University of Technology.