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Drugs cannot escape the NarcoReader
The University of Antwerp is coordinating a European project to increase efficiency in drug detection
Atomically thin micas as proton-conducting membranes
Recent work from CMT researchers (Dr Bacaksiz and Prof Peeters) provide theoretical support for experiments done in Manchester which show that micas are excellent proton conducting membranes.
Cable bacteria: Living electrical wires with record conductivity
Scientists UAntwerp, UHasselt and TU Delft discover 'electrified' bacteria
New Doctor: Shirley Kempeneer
Shirley Kempeneer successfully defended her PhD on Breaking the Bank: The regulatory implications of knowledge production by indicators.
Scientific talent scores three prestigious grants
Young UAntwerp researchers receive starting grants from the European Research Council.
HZI coordinates the development of a nasal vaccination against Chagas disease
European Commission funds the development of a vaccine against a parasitic infection with more than eight million euro.
Vandenhole delivers keynote at 7th ISCI Conference
On 28 August 2019, Wouter Vandenhole of the Law and Development Research Group delivered a keynote at the 7th Conference of the International Society of Child Indicators in Tartu, Estonia.
Next generation synthetic covalent 2-D materials unveiled
UAntwerp researchers from the CMT group, Dr. Mehmet Yagmurcukardes and Prof. Francois Peeters, in collaboration with a team from Manchester have uncovered novel 2D materials.
From September 2nd until October 2nd the UAntwerpen has trial access to the database SpringerMaterials.
Shy mice get sick faster
Can animal personality affect infection probability?
Can animals sufficiently adapt to climate change?
A new study shows that in multiple animal species climate change causes changes in the life cycle, e.g. the timing of the egg hatching, or adaptations in their morphology, e.g. body size.
Hydrogen induces high-temperature superconductivity in a monolayer material
UAntwerp researchers from the CMT group, Dr Jonas Bekaert and Prof Milorad Milosevic, in collaboration with Swedish researchers have predicted that an atomically thin layer of hydrogen will boost the critical temperature of a thin superconductor to above a hundred kelvin.
Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking 2019
The Master in Maritime and Air Transport Management was ranked at position 22 in the 'Maritime Management Top 50 Worldwide'.
Seize our Common Future: Joint Call for an Ambitious Horizon Europe Budget
YERUN has joined efforts again with more than a dozen European organisations to call for an ambitious Horizon Europe budget that would invest in excellent, cross-border research and innovation (R&I).
Cooperation with the Centre for Human Rights Addis Ababa University
The Center for Human Rights at Addis Ababa University is a leading African institution engaged in multidisciplinary human rights teaching, education and community services.
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