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Diagnostic biomarker for Alzheimer's in the pipeline
License agreement between spin-off Epilog and UAntwerp creates opportunities in fight against Alzheimer's.
Her Majesty Queen Mathilde visits Poliopolis
On Tuesday 10 October, Her Majesty Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited the Poliopolis complex at UAntwerp, to learn more about the research into a new polio vaccine.
How to map small wetlands: a new case study on palmiet wetlands
Alanna Rebelo (UAntwerpen) combined satellite imagery and aerial photographs to accurately define how palmiet wetlands in South-Africa developed over the past 80 years.
Bouncing back - The well-being of children in international child abduction cases
Conference organized by Child Focus, the University of Antwerp, Center IKO, CFPE-Enfants Disparus, Missing Children Europe and the French Central Authority.
New member Law & Development Research Group
Qerim Qerimi, a post-doctoral researcher previously active at University of Pristina, Max Planck Institute Heidelberg and Harvard University, will join the Law & Development Research Group.
THE World University Ranking 2018
University of Antwerp is ranked 39th for Law in the Times Higher Education World University Ranking 2018
Sensor with laser light detects low levels of antibiotics
UAntwerp and Seton Hall University scientists develop a new technology and weapon in the fight against antibiotic resistance.
Species richness improves grassland recovery after drought, but only in low-productive environments
Ivan Nijs, Sigi Berwaers and Hans De Boeck (UAntwerpen) participated in the first multisite international experiment to uncover how biodiversity affects resistance and recovery of grassland ecosystems after drought.
Hofstad in de media
De hofstad werd plechtig geopend op 27 september 2017. Aan media-aandacht geen gebrek!
European conference on human rights beyond territorial borders in the context of contemporary challenges.
UAntwerp engineers present innovative solution for sustainable asphalt
The University of Antwerp's Campus Groenenborger is home to a rather special section of cycle path. A pipe system in the asphalt means no more icy paths.
New Law and Development Research Network
Nine leading institutions in the field of law and development launched the Law and Development Research Network (LDRN).
Artificial light more harmful to great tits than blue tits
UAntwerp researchers find that the impact of light pollution varies between species.
Inside the guts of the city: urbanization reduces gut microbiota diversity in house sparrows
The effects of urbanisation extend as far as the microbiome of house sparrows, a new study shows. This has potentially far-reaching implications for the fitness of the birds.
Faculty Day 2017
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences: our first international MEPI scholars started their master Epidemiology.
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