Linköping University carries out research and education in the areas of humanities, medicine and nursing, social and behavioural sciences, technology and natural sciences and educational sciences. A cross-subject, interdisciplinary perspective characterises our research.
Ageing and later life – Children – Cognition – Daily life – Disability – Ethics – Gender - Language and communication – Pedagogy – Psychology – Social anthropology – Social work – Working life.
Cognition - Information systems development – Statistics.
Art and visual culture – Children – Culture – Ethnicity and migration – History – Language and communication – Literature and language – Philosophy – Religion – Social Anthropology.
Adult learning - Bullying - Ethics, values and norms - Grades and evaluation - Leadership - Multilingualism - Outdoor education - Pedagogy (didaktik) and learning - Play - School development - Special needs education - Subject-based teaching and learning - The interplay of pupils and learning - Teacher education.
Environmental research. See also Technology and natural science below.
Autoimmunity and allergy – Cancer – Diabetes and metabolism – Functions and illnesses of the locomotor system – Health and society – Infection and inflammation – Medical image science – Molecular and cell biology – Nursing science – Regenerative medicine – Reproductive health – Stomach and intestinal deseases – Surgery – The brain and the rest of the nervous system –
The heart and blood vessels.
Ageing and later life – Business administration – Children – Daily life – Disability – Economics – Environmental research – Ethics – Ethnicity and migration – Gender - Legal research – Politics – Social anthropology - Social work.
Computer science – Economic and industrial development – Mathematics – Medical technology – Physics, Chemistry and biology – Systems technology – Technology and natural sciences.
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