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Vacancy academic collaborator
The Research Group on Law and Development has a half-time (50%) vacancy for an academic collaborator for the 1 October 2015- 30 June 2016 period. The application deadline is 15 August 2015.
The economist references to Danny Cassimon's research.
Debt relief boosts growth, but only when it comes with conditions. (The Economist 20 June 2015)
Filip Reyntjens on BBC World Service.
Filip Reyntjens on arrest of General Karenzi Karake. BBC World Service 27 June 2015 mins. 15-23.
Bruno Lambert wins Applied Neuroscience Award
Bruno Lambert (UAntwerp) wins the 2015 Applied Neuroscience Award for his presentation on the NeuroPsychoEconomics conference at the Copenhagen Business School.
Shirley Kempeneer and Wouter Van Dooren get FWO grant
The project will deal with how the EU banking stress tests are made.
Relocation collection Applied Engineering Sciences and Development Policy and Management
On July 1 the collections of Applied Engineering Sciences and Development Policy and Management will be moving. During the move the collection will stay available for loan or consultation.
UAntwerp Applied Economics programmes obtain top accreditations
UAntwerp's Business Engineer and Business Administration programmes, taught in the Faculty of Applied Economics, have once again become the proud recipients of a prestigious five-year EPAS accreditation. The report highlighted the programmes' strong research culture and the high quality of the students.
Five Belgian scientists play important role in fight against Ebola
A new study has shown that the Ebola virus is now evolving more slowly than previously assumed. With thousands of lives lost to the virus in West Africa over the last year and a half, this is good news for those currently working on vaccines. Five Belgians were among the scientists working on the study, which has just been published in Nature.
Relocation Biology library collection
On July 6 the Biology collection will move from the Exact Sciences Library to its new home at the Biomedical Sciences Library on Campus Drie Eiken.
Relocation of the Library collection of Mathematics and Computer Sciences
The Library of Mathematics and Computer Sciences on Campus Middelheim will be closing for renovations starting 1 July 2015. The library will be turned into a learning centre.
GoPress downtime on June 29th
The database GoPress will be unavailable on 29 June 2015 between 8 p.m. and 12 midnight.
New publication by Wouter Van Dooren and colleagues
Journal article in Public Administration
Design the logo for f-TALES
Call for designing the new logo for f-TALES (Flanders TrAining network LifE Science) Deadline: 3 July 2015
Public Administration and Management receives Danish funds
Jan Boon and Koen Verhoest got a grant from the Danish Research Council
Single protein causes Parkinson's disease and Multiple System Atrophy
In a collaboration with CNRS and the University of Antwerp, KU Leuven neurobiologists have discovered that the shape of aggregates – 'cylinders' or 'ribbons' – determines whether a patient develops Parkinson's disease or Multiple System Atrophy, respectively.
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