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UAntwerp scientists and imec use wireless technology at festivals
Crowd density estimation provides organisers with valuable information.
State-of-the-art artificial river exposes climate secrets
The University of Antwerp presented a unique artificial river during the Open Business Day.
Drugs cannot escape the NarcoReader
The University of Antwerp is coordinating a European project to increase efficiency in drug detection
Cable bacteria: Living electrical wires with record conductivity
Scientists UAntwerp, UHasselt and TU Delft discover 'electrified' bacteria
Scientific talent scores three prestigious grants
Young UAntwerp researchers receive starting grants from the European Research Council.
Shy mice get sick faster
Can animal personality affect infection probability?
UAntwerp achieves an excellent score at the Eduniversal ranking 2019
We are proud to announce that three of our programmes have been ranked.
Scientists go underground with Einstein
Consortium presents plans for a high-tech observatory for gravity waves
Tailor-made solution paves the way to more cost-efficient transport of cargo
Spin-off Digitrans provides data-driven logistics solution for the transport sector.
UAntwerp to create one of the very first 'European Universities'
Young Universities for the Future of Europe (YUFE) is chosen to create one of the very first 'European Universities'.
Does climate change cause armed conflict?
A new study finds that climate has affected the risk of armed conflict.
Candidate polio vaccines are safe and immunogenic
The Lancet reports on a unique polio studio by the University of Antwerp
Towards a new era of small animal imaging research
A collaborative study between the University of Antwerp and McGill University allows PET scanning on animals without the use of anesthesia.
Unknown Middle Dutch fragment returns to Flanders
American collector donates centuries-old strip of parchment to University of Antwerp.
Professor Koen De Feyter presents at the UN Working Group on the Right to Development
UN Human Rights Council decided to embark on the drafting of a legally binding instrument on the right to development. Professor Koen De Feyter gave an expert presentation.
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