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Terrestrial ecosystems at a carbon tipping point?
In a new study in Nature Ecology and Evolution, an international science team, including Ivan Janssens (UAntwerpen), shows that ecosystems are on the verge of capturing lower amounts of carbon.
UAntwerp sponsors TEDx Antwerp
On September 30th, the very first edition of TEDx Antwerp will take place. UAntwerp is the main sponsor of this innovative event. The Valorisation Office will be manning a booth together with some enthusiastic researchers.
Sustainable development, no-growth and human rights
On 6 and 11 September 2017, Wouter Vandenhole presented at the University of Cape Town and the University of Western Cape, South Africa, on the implications of a strong definition of sustainable development for human rights law.
Global Health Institute goes abroad with its international course EBQ
University of Antwerp and Universidad Nacional de la Amazonia Peruana (Peru), jointly organised a short EBQ course (Epidemiology, Biostatistics & Qualitative Research) in Iquitos, Peru.
Superfast superconducting vortices
A team of researchers, including Prof. Milošević and Ph.D student Ž. Jelić from the CMT group at UAntwerpen, reports the first direct microscopic imaging of superfast superconducting vortices (in: Physics Today).
Workshop kick starts School Health Project in Tanzania
Launch of the VLIR TEAM project between NIMR and the Global Health Institute (UAntwerp).
C-MAT students in the news
Studying and working in logistics
First institutional review has resulted in a good report
External commission is particularly positive about University of Antwerp during institutional review: "This university really knows where it wants to go."
Guest researcher Fasil Mulatu Gessesse
Fasil is a PhD Candidate at the University of Western Cape and will work on his doctoral research 'Towards an Effective Protection for Independent Migrant Children in Africa'.
Grants of the King Baudouin Foundation for students from developing countries studying in Belgium
The Elisabeth & Amelie Fund supports sustainable water management in developing countries by financing on-the-spot internships for students from developing countries who are studying in Belgium.
8th International Conference on 'Economics of Global Interactions' on 11 and 12 September 2017
The theme of the conference is 'New Perspectives on Trade, Factor Mobility and Development' and is organised by the Università degli Studi di Bari 'Aldo Moro' in Bari, Italy.
Course on the Right to Development welcomes Geert Bourgeois
Koen De Feyter and Vincent Bellinkx (UAntwerp) taught and participated in the Advanced course on the Right to Development at the Centre for Human Rights in Pretoria, South Africa.
Melting glaciers strongly impact productivity in Greenland fjords
Meltwater runoff from the Greenland Ice Sheet has doubled in the last two decades as a result of climate warming. New data suggest indicate this drastically alters the productivity in the coastal zone around Greenland.
Belgian scientists study ebola outbreak in Congo
In North-Congo, Belgian scientists have studied the cause of a local ebola outbreak. This outbreak took four lives in May.
Rwanda's Forever President
Bert Ingelaere's (UAntwerp) opinion in the NY-times about the upcoming elections in Rwanda.
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