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UAntwerp to teach international students how to cycle safely
Cycling is not straightforward for everyone. That's why UAntwerp is teaching international students how to cycle safely on 19 September.
UAntwerp only Flemish university in prestigious Financial Times ranking
The University of Antwerp's 'Applied Economics: Business Economics' programme has this year been included in the Financial Times' Masters in Management Ranking for the first time.
Herwig Leirs receives Lifetime Recognition Award
Herwig Leirs (UAntwerp) received the award for his ground-breaking research on rodent biology.
Renewing Rights in Times of Transition
Two members of the Law and Development Research Group presented at the Association of Human Rights' annual conference on Renewing Rights in Times of Transition, which was held from 6 to 8 September 2018, in Edinburgh.
Spin-off Aloxy raises €2M to launch its IoT solution
Aloxy, a spin-off of imec and the University of Antwerp, that develops plug-andplay Internet of Things technology for the process and chemical industry, closes its Series A funding.
New technology improves diagnosis after brain scan
University of Antwerp leading major European project to increase MRI scan efficiency.
New book publication: Critical Indigenous Rights Studies
Koen De Feyter co-edited a book titled Critical Indigenous Rights Studies, published as part of the Routledge Research in Human Rights Law Series.
Whole world represented at summer university
Antwerp Summer University welcomes more than 400 participants taking a range of intensive courses
Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy
From September 1st 2018 onwards the UAntwerp will have access to the online version of the Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy.
New book series on Law, Development and Justice
A new book series has been launched with Edward Elgar publishers and aims to publish the best scholarship in the area, with a strong emphasis on writing from and about the global south.
Linking turnover to organizational performance: the role of process conformance
Jan Wynen, Wouter Van Dooren, Jan Mattijs and Carl Deschamps investigated the optimal rate of turnover for organizational performance and the role for process conformance.
Human rights between normativity and reality
On Monday 10 July 2018, Vandenhole taught on the Summer Course organized by the University of Padua.
New publication on Displacement
Deborah Casalin, member of the Law and Development Research Group, wrote a chapter in the edited volume titled 'Convergences and Divergences between international human rights, International Humanitarian and International Criminial Law'.
"Small lizards more likely to survive hurricanes"
Anthony Herrel (UAntwerp) studied a population of lizards before and after the passage of two hurricanes.
Plants play dominant role in landscape formation of coastal areas
Dutch and Flemish researchers studied the colonisation by coastal vegetation
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