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Mature pine forest surprisingly resistant to high ozone concentrations
Lore Verryckt investigated the effect of ozone on carbon use by the trees during a 15-year period
Ximena Velez-Liendo wins 'green Oscar' for conservation
The former UAntwerpen PhD student has an innovative approach to the conservation of the Andean bears in Bolivia
Luther - 500 Years Reformation - Lecture Series
To commemorate the start of the Reformation, UCSIA organizes a public lecture series (in English) – and seminars for students – at the University of Antwerp.
The 'warmer spring-bigger carbon sink' hypothesis challenged
A new study shows that boreal forests are limited in their capacity to increase their production with increasing spring temperatures due to climate change
Egyptian vultures put on red makeup
For the first time ever, 'avian cosmetics' have been caught on video. Why the birds put on makeup, remains enigmatic.
Rat wars in New Zealand
In the Radio 1 show 'Nieuwe Feiten' Herwig Leirs reflected on the plan to eradicate all possums, stoats and rats in New Zealand.
Jasper Bloemen in final Science Battle 2017
With his performance on Thirsty Trees, he convinced all 450 attending children between 6 and 12 years old that trees are superheroes in the battle against climate change.
Patrick Meire receives Career Achievement Award
Patrick Meire received the award during the nocturne of the Belgian Committee of the International Water Association on May 16th for his contribution to integrated water management.
Mesodrome also targets private enterprises
In the May issue of the journal "Ondernemers", the brand new Mesodrome research facility is presented to entrepreneurs.
Students from disadvantaged groups score significantly lower
University of Antwerp maps intake and study progress of at-risk students. Young people from ethnic minority backgrounds generally score lower than the overall student population.
Chinese snail found in Campine brook
In Gazet van Antwerpen, Tom Van den Neucker was inteviewed on the discovery of Chinese snails in a brook in the Campine region.
Polluted air can generate power
Antwerp and Leuven researchers come up with innovative process.
Improving water quality is not only about installation of more waste water treatment plants
Lindsay Geerts (UAntwerpen) investigated why oxygen depletion persists in the Elbe estuary (Germany) and not in the Schelde estuary (Belgium), despite similar water purification efforts.
Antwerp team wins Moot Court Constitutional Law
Law students Felix Feyt, Isaura De Cleen and Ben Claes won the Moot Court Constitutional Law in writing the best brief and finished second for the best oral argument.
The emerging role of sub-national human rights institutions in the international human rights regime
On 3 May, Andrew Wolman succesfully defended his PhD at the University of Antwerp Law Faculty.
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