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Religions - 25.10.2022
UU Humanities scholars on the protests in Iran
UU Humanities scholars on the protests in Iran

Environment - 25.10.2022
Research project RESILIENCE receives a EUR 10 million ERC Synergy Grant
Research project RESILIENCE receives a EUR 10 million ERC Synergy Grant
Max Rietkerk (Utrecht University), Arjen Doelman (Leiden University), Ehud Meron (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev) and Isla Myers-Smith (University of Edinburgh) received an ERC Synergy grant of 10 million euros with their project RESILIENCE. The researchers will investigate whether and how tipping points in ecosystems can be prevented or evaded by spatial processes and the formation of spatial patterns.

Religions - 25.10.2022
The protests in Iran: on the demonstrations that grew into a national revolt
The protests in Iran: on the demonstrations that grew into a national revolt

Social Sciences - 21.10.2022
'I could visit Iran, but I wouldn't get out alive'
’I could visit Iran, but I wouldn’t get out alive’

Life Sciences - 21.10.2022
Weakened orca was sick and had severe gum disease
Weakened orca was sick and had severe gum disease
The orca that stranded and eventually died near Cadzand last Saturday had severe gum inflammation. The female also had inflammation in several internal organs and had not eaten for some time.

Social Sciences - 19.10.2022
’Unspoken Stories’ Exhibition

Environment - 19.10.2022
USP partners go for collective thermal storage installation
USP partners go for collective thermal storage installation

Health - 16.10.2022
Stranded orca examined by Utrecht University
Stranded orca examined by Utrecht University

Innovation - 13.10.2022
UU spin-off DialogueTrainer wins CES innovation award 2023
UU spin-off DialogueTrainer wins CES innovation award 2023

Life Sciences - Campus - 13.10.2022
’Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine course fast on its way to being laboratory animal free’

Social Sciences - 11.10.2022
Rainbow bike path: valuable symbol, but more is needed
Rainbow bike path: valuable symbol, but more is needed
In June 2021, Pride Month, the longest rainbow bike path in the world was realised in the Utrecht Science Park.

Campus - 07.10.2022
One Book One Campus contest; meet& reads

Environment - Career - 07.10.2022
Marko Hekkert director Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency

Social Sciences - Career - 06.10.2022
Global Education Lab: working together to enhance children’s opportunities
The Global Education Lab flagship at UGlobe partners with societal partners from around the world to address inequalities in education globally. Four sub-projects provide an update on their activities.

Social Sciences - 06.10.2022
Liber Amicorum Maykel Verkuyten

Event - Research Management - 05.10.2022
Spinoza and Stevin prize awarded to Corné Pieterse and Tanja van der Lippe
Spinoza and Stevin prize awarded to Corné Pieterse and Tanja van der Lippe

Health - 05.10.2022
Study in primary schools and nursing homes on effectiveness of ventilation and air cleaning to reduce spread of SARS-CoV-2

Physics - 03.10.2022
'We should cherish the unexpected connections in science'
’We should cherish the unexpected connections in science’

Life Sciences - Research Management - 03.10.2022
Potato microbiome project receives ¤940.000 research funding

Research Management - 28.09.2022
Humour study by Madelijn Strick chosen as public research project during Weekend of Science

Campus - Administration - 27.09.2022
’I am for equal opportunities for all’

Law - 22.09.2022
Hawija: The Destructive Realities of Our Remote War Against IS

Campus - 21.09.2022
Read a novel during Diversity Month

Politics - 21.09.2022
The Russian invasion of Ukraine: its origins and how will it advance?
The Russian invasion of Ukraine: its origins and how will it advance?

Innovation - Campus - 19.09.2022
Entrepreneurship e-learning for all UU Master’s students

History / Archeology - 16.09.2022
Research and education hand in hand: new minor launched from research project Constructing the Limes
Research and education hand in hand: new minor launched from research project Constructing the Limes

Environment - Earth Sciences - 16.09.2022
Prestigious Balzan Prize for climate researcher Hans Oerlemans
Prestigious Balzan Prize for climate researcher Hans Oerlemans

Psychology - Social Sciences - 13.09.2022
Sharp deterioration in girls’ mental health
An unprecedented decline in mental health took place among girls in the Netherlands between 2017 and 2021.

Health - Career - 13.09.2022
Call Institute for Preventive Health

Politics - 06.09.2022
Benefits of discriminatory algorithms unproven, drawbacks are clear
Benefits of discriminatory algorithms unproven, drawbacks are clear

Career - 06.09.2022
Hofvijver Fellowship for historian Annelotte Janse to elucidate a seeming paradox
Hofvijver Fellowship for historian Annelotte Janse to elucidate a seeming paradox

Event - Campus - 05.09.2022
Student Awards 2022 awarded to Chiara Lacroix and Kimia Milani Sabzewar

Mathematics - 05.09.2022
Travelling mathematics exhibition visits Utrecht

Life Sciences - 01.09.2022
Researchers call for better reporting of animal experiments
The vast majority of animal experiments involving joint cartilage repair in scientific journals is incompletely reported.

Chemistry - Environment - 01.09.2022
Utrecht University launches new Institute for Sustainable and Circular Chemistry
As of 1 September, Utrecht University has a new research institute: the Institute for Sustainable and Circular Chemistry.

Innovation - 01.09.2022
'The technology behind this website can also be used in other projects'
’The technology behind this website can also be used in other projects’
The CoastSnap project asks random beachgoers to take pictures of the Dutch coast. Those 'snaps' are used by Utrecht geoscientists to find out how the coastline is changing.

Environment - Life Sciences - 01.09.2022
Boost for interdisciplinary, sustainability research at Utrecht University
The relatively new Science for Sustainability community at Utrecht University has funded four brand-new PhD positions.

Research Management - 29.08.2022
A new batch of Open Science Ambassadors

Environment - 28.08.2022
UGlobe Café Editor Team: apply now!

Research Management - 28.08.2022
Funding for implementation and acceptance of animal test free research

Event - 25.08.2022
Registration for workshops Wetenschnapps XL open

Physics - Life Sciences - 23.08.2022
Markus Weingarth wins ICMRBS Founders’ Medal

Sport - Social Sciences - 15.08.2022
Frank van Eekeren appointed as professor in Sport & Society

Life Sciences - Health - 09.08.2022
Annual Report on Animal Experiments 2021: Number of animal experiments remains virtually unchanged

Economics - 08.08.2022
Katharine Frederick wins International Economic History Association dissertation prize
Katharine Frederick wins International Economic History Association dissertation prize

History / Archeology - 04.08.2022
New intangible heritage thesis prize in memory of Albert van der Zeijden
New intangible heritage thesis prize in memory of Albert van der Zeijden

Earth Sciences - Environment - 04.08.2022
How coastal seas help the ocean absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere
How coastal seas help the ocean absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere
The biologically productive North Sea impacts the global climate through exchange of carbon and nutrients with the Atlantic Ocean.

Environment - 04.08.2022
Proactive risk management needed to limit impacts of extreme floods and droughts
Floods and droughts are increasing in many parts of the world and causing serious damage. A new study shows that tailoring risk management measures to the worst flood or drought to date is not enough to mitigate the effects of unprecedented events.

Event - Environment - 03.08.2022
EMS Outreach and Communication Award 2022 for the podcast De Weerman

Electroengineering - 06.10.2020
Alex van Silfhout and Ben Erné nominated for KIJK award