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14 December 2021

There are many requirements on the food packaging of the future. They must be better and safer than today, while also environment-friendly, cost-effective, and aesthetically pleasing. In the product development race, Tetra Pak has teamed up with the Faculty of Engineering in Lund – LTH. The researchers' computer simulations accelerate development [...]

14 December 2021

"When I was a kid, I said tetra about all the juice drinks," says Roxanne Mae Targa when she talks about her first experience with Tetra Pak. Now she knows more. After completing her degree project, she is now employed by the company. As a student at Tetra Pak, she quickly felt like one in the group – an experience she shares with her classmates [...]

3 December 2021

To be hopeful, to help one another and to go along with the changes in life. These are actions that can help people find safety in the event of a serious illness such as cancer, according to Ulrika Sandén. She recently defended her PhD thesis in Innovation Engineering at Lund University’s Faculty of Engineering (LTH). The thesis is about living [...]

27 October 2021

– The diversity of our knowledge and experiences meant that we learned a lot from each other in the project, says Frida Sterner, one of the students in the course "Packaging Technology and Development". The students taking the course are in their fourth or fifth year of one of LTH's engineering programs and have now completed their projects. They [...]

13 October 2021

The use of substances from citrus rinds in bioplastics is an example of how we can be inspired by nature’s own protective systems – and more research is needed in future about how to extend the shelf life of food products, according to Katrin Molina-Besch, packaging researcher at Lund University’s Faculty of Engineering, LTH.

12 October 2021

What does online shopping mean for those living in rural areas? A lot, according to researchers in logistics at Lund University. Poorer access to products and services in the countryside makes shopping online an important option. But with an increasing number of e-business services adapted to big cities, rural areas risk being forgotten.

11 October 2021

Stefan Karlsson at Packaging Logistics, Design Sciences, LTH receives 2 million SEK in research funding as the Swedish Retail and Wholesale Council (Handelsrådet) rolls out their new postdoc support.

10 October 2021

Daniel Hellström and Klas Hjort, researchers in Packaging Logistics at Design Sciences, LTH participated in "Trendspaning Helsingborg" where they talked about managing returns in e-commerce.

16 September 2021

“The main goal of my research is to support more efficient and effective product development systems. To achieve that I will investigate how manufacturing companies apply the agile approach and how it fits within or replaces other product development approaches.”

14 September 2021

Katrin Molina-Besch, researcher in Packaging Logistics at Design Sciences, LTH, is interviewed about meal kits and waste in Sydsvenskan.