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Saving energy not only improves the climate
UAntwerp and partners analysed the multiple impacts of energy efficiency in the European Horizon 2020-project COMBI.
Study areas Library Stadscampus May 22
Because of capacity problems at the Stadscampus Library, the study areas in this library will be reserved for UAntwerp students and staff, starting May 22.
Computer science and electronics-ICT researchers awarded at INFOCOM conference
Team of researchers awarded for demo: 'A virtual and Physical Demonstration of the CityLab Testbed: Smart Lighting and Interference Prediction in a City'.
Translating my research into Smurf
On May 1st, 2018, Els Lecoutere presented her research on the Flemish public television broadcaster, the VRT (Vlaamse Radio -en Televisieomroeporganisatie).
IOB receives money from BELMONT and NORFACE for research project
Twelve transnational projects receive 11.5 million euros for research on transformations to sustainability. (norface.net)
Laura García Martín is a PhD Candidate at the University of Seville and University of Antwerp (Joint PhD agreement) and will work on her doctoral research 'Corporate accountability and ESCRs in transitional justice contexts'.
Research visits South Africa
In the course of April 2018, two members of the Law and Development Research Group visited several South African universities to present ongoing work and to deepen cooperation.
I did the first long-term study investigating illegal ivory traders. Here's what I learned.
Kristof Titeca (UAntwerp) about illicit ivory trade (Washington Post).
Guest lecture on New technologies and conflicts of Laws in Sao Paolo
Professor Marta Pertegás (UAntwerp) lectured as a guest professor in the Global Law Program of partner university FGV Direito in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Kickstart of Malaria Project in Peruvian Amazone
Launch of the 4 year VLIR TEAM project between two Peruvian universities and the Global Health Institute (UAntwerp).
Protecting biodiversity, at the same time battling climate change?
Biodiversity decline and climate warming are two important challenges for mankind. New research shows the possibility to address both problems at the same time, in the tropical rain forest.
New Publication: 'Leave no man behind in Human Rights research'
Koen De Feyter, professor in the Law & Development research group, contributed to the Peace, Human Rights and Governance Journal.
Prestigious award for ecologists of the University of Antwerp
Jonas Lembrechts and his team studied ecology of invasive species in alpine regions.
Spin-off Oxypoint successfully raises €3.8 million
The award-winning University of Antwerp spin-off, bringing innovation to the medical device market for oxygen therapy in hospitals, announced the closing of a €3.8 million financing round.
Faculty Lecture: 'Law swims in the social sea with everything else'
Prof Amita Punj from National Law University Delhi gave a faculty lecture on legal education.
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