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'I care about understanding the human condition better'
Interview with Vivi Touloumidi - PhD at ARIA
Onderzoeksprijs voor prof. Kris Hardies
Prof. Kris Hardies won de Onderzoeksprijs van de Faculteit Bedrijfswetenschappen en Economie
Welcome to Andriy Kosar, our new doctoral student at CLiPS
His research focuses on possible improvements of topic modeling with neural embeddings.
Researchers achieve breakthrough in production of ammonia without CO2 emissions
KU Leuven and the University of Antwerp join forces for sustainable ammonia synthesis.
Nobelprijs Fysica 2020
Three Laureates share this year's Nobel Prize in Physics for their discoveries about one of the most exotic phenomena in the universe, the black hole.
Air Cargo Competitiveness and European Airports: Markets and Strategy
PhD Thomas Van Asch (UAntwerp).
Evolution of AIr Navigation Service Provider Business Models within the Single European Sky
PhD Sven Buyle (UAntwerp)
UAntwerp researcher finds cause of mysterious nodding disease
River blindness is the root cause, and nodding disease can easily be controlled by administering an anti-parasitic drug and exterminating the blackfly.
Conceptualising 'Capacity Development' in Development Policy
On Friday 18 September 2020, Dr. Pascal Sundi Mbambi has successfully defended his dissertation entitled: Conceptualising 'Capacity Development' in Development Policy: a Case Study of the DRC-UNICEF 'Village Assaini' Programme in Kongo Central, DRC.
Privatising International Law? Contracts, Business and Financing as International Law's New Normal
Gamze Erdem Turkelli launched her new book together with two colleagues in the format of an online panel discussion on privatising international law, hosted in collaboration with Acting Together: Law Advice and Support (ATLAS Network).
Growth agnosticism, human rights and social inequality
On 11 September 2020, Wouter Vandenhole of the Law and Development Research Group lectured on Growth Agnosticism, Human Rights and Social Inequality in a webinar at Pontificia Universidad Catolica Peru in Lima.
Flat bands appear in buckled graphene superlattices
Recent research published by the CMT group in collaboration with Rutgers University uncover a novel way of achieving flat bands in through strain superlattices.
Fewer heart attacks in early lockdown
During the lockdown, 26% fewer patients were admitted to Belgian hospitals following a heart attack.
Christine Van Broeckhoven receives Khalid Iqbal Lifetime Achievement Award
The Khalid Iqbal Lifetime Achievement Award USA is presented to Professor Christine Van Broeckhoven in recognition of a distinguished career in Alzheimer's disease research.
Jump-start for the Young Universities for the Future of Europe
Despite the COVID-19 restrictions, YUFE is off to a flying start with a range of online academic programmes starting from the 2020/21 academic year, allowing you to still study abroad!
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