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UAntwerp shares human rights expertise with Belgian Development Agency
University of Antwerp and Belgian development agency start cooperation on human rights and development.
Breakthrough in fight against nodding syndrome
Nodding syndrome can be prevented and treated, according to research by Professor Bob Colebunders (UAntwerp). He is now hoping to work with other organisations to launch efficient prevention and treatment campaigns.
Cooperation with Universidad Catolica Boliviana, La Paz
Start of 10 years of cooperation on indigenous rights with the the Universidad Catolica Boliviana San Pablo.
Building with blocks advances soil ecological research
Yongjie Liu and his UAntwerp colleagues developed a novel technique to study how soil heterogeneity influences plant communities.
Subaltern political knowledges, ca 1770 - ca 1950
Call for Papers
Kick off of Sustainable Development and Human Rights Law Programme
The Law and Development Group is delighted to welcome the SUSTLAW Class 2017 to the Sustainable Development and Human Rights Postgraduate Programme.
Law & Development in Thailand
PMAC 2017 focused on Addressing the Health of Vulnerable Populations for an Inclusive Society in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on social inclusion.
Wild boar damage to agriculture mapped in detail by drone
Wild boars are strongly increasing in numbers in Flanders. Anneleen Rutten (UAntwerp) studies the impact on agriculture.
Inside Rwanda's Gacaca courts
In this recently published book, Bert Ingelaere provides a balanced, nuanced assessment of Rwanda's local courts, showing how diverse social dynamics influenced both the operations of gacaca and its outcomes in different local communities.
Older, diverse forests are more stable in taking up carbon dioxide
Writing in Nature Ecology and Evolution, Ivan Janssens (UAntwerp) and his colleagues report that in old forests with high species richness the effect of climate variability on photosynthetic capacity is dampened.
Seminar Muiris MacCarthaigh
In this seminar, Dr Muiris MacCarthaigh from Queen's University Belfast discussed how the Irish government reacted to the severe economic and budgetary problems that were caused by the Global Financial Crisis of 2008-2009.
Human nose home to five types of bacteria
UAntwerp study teaches scientists more about how to tackle respiratory infections.
C-MAT Specialisation Courses 2017
C-MAT, the Centre for Maritime & Air Transport Management, offers a number of short courses to both students and professionals.
PhD Scholarship in the field of Strategy and Organization
ACED vacancy for a PhD Scholarship in the field of Strategy and Organization
Poor success of birds breeding in urbanized areas
South African Jacques de Satgé wins the second Ornithology prize 'Wim Dings – De Wielewaal'.
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