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BNP Paribas Fort Port Co.Innovation Café
On June 20, 2017, the third BNP Paribas Fortis Port Co.Innovation Café took place. 56 stakeholders from the maritime and air cargo sector shared experiences on pricing, innovation, data and community during the interactive carousel.
Humans create stepping stones for exotic plants
All that is needed is some disturbance of the natural vegetation combined with a warmer environment (e.g. on a south-facing slope), an international team of ecologists states.
Want to understand Belgium's complicated politics and scandals? Let's look at Africa
Article of Kristof Titeca in the Washington Post on the corruption scandals in Brussels and how Africanist political science insights can be applied to the case.
Researcher studies plastic pollution in Bermudan Islands
UAntwerp researcher Camille C. Carteny studies plastic pollution in the North Atlantic Garbage Patch.
Public Administration research at University of Antwerp scores high on Global Shanghai Ranking
The research ranked 30rd on Global Shanghai Ranking for public administration research 2017
PAM partner in Horizon 2020 project
Research Group on Public Administration and Management is partner in EU H2020 project on ICT-enabled collaborative government
Uganda: why the unrest in Rwenzori is far from over
The government's strategy of lethal retaliation plus patronage has contained the recent violence. It has not resolved it. (Kristof Titeca in African Arguments)
TPR Doctor Jack Doomernik
On 3 July 2017, Jack Doomernik succesfully defended his PhD thesis on 'Strategies for International High-Speed Rail operators in the European passenger transport market
Are Chinese mitten crabs feeding on native vegetation?
Jonas Schoelynck and his colleagues provide experimental evidence that Chinese mitten crabs are a potential threat to native aquatic vegetation.
New: Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics Online
The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics is a ground breaking reference work covering the highly diverse field of applied linguistics.
King Baudouin Foundation award for young water researchers
The King Baudouin Foundation awards the Ernest du Bois Prize to highlight the work of young researchers around the theme of water and give them greater visibility.
UAntwerp-MICA winner of the 2017 MILabs Image of the year
The publication* on TumorVue™, by the University of Antwerp's Molecular Imaging Center Antwerp and MTTI, was selected as the winner of the 2017 MILabs Image of the year at the 2017 Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging conference.
Waterfalls now flow through Meire sluice
On June 24, water flowed for the first time into the flooding area at Kruibeke-Bazel-Rupelmonde. The inflow sluice was named after Patrick Meire (UAntwerpen)
Evolution is not a matter of believing or not
In Gazet van Antwerpen, Herwig Leirs emphasizes that there is no scientific controversy regarding the evolution theory.
Scientists head to Congo in search of Ebola source of infection
Antwerp scientists head to remote province in Congo with an international team in search of the source of the recent Ebola infection.
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