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13 May 2019
Cell biologist Martin Harterink presents his research in the Louis Hartlooper Complex.
9 May 2019
Algae can convert up to 98 percent of the solar energy. Through mass spectrometry, it has now become clear how.
7 May 2019
Maartje de Graaf, behavioural scientist at the department of Computer Science, has been chosen as one of the fifty role models of Inspiring Fifty Netherlands.
ERC
3 May 2019
The European Research Council has awarded a Proof of Concept grant of 150,000 euros to Utrecht catalysis researchers led by Bert Weckhuysen.
IJs bij Groenland.
2 May 2019
European grant for multidisciplinary research project TiPES: Tipping Points in the Earth System
De plant verandert op basis van de 'omgevingsfactoren'
2 May 2019
Rashmi Sasidharan is one of the researchers involved on behalf of Utrecht University with Expeditie NEXT on 2 May.
2 May 2019
Plants that stand close together, like in agriculture, tend to quickly grow to great heights, causing weak stems. A little bit of salt attenuates that response.
vergrootglas op groen park
1 May 2019
Prof. Bert Weckhuysen (Chemistry) has been awarded a Comenius Programme Teaching Fellow grant.
Hans de Cock
30 April 2019
COGEM advises the Dutch government on the risks of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to humans and the environment.
Pehr Hilleström, Three Women Telling Fortune in Coffee, 1780s (Stockholms universitets konstsamling, J. A. Berg Collection #158)
30 April 2019
An international team of history researchers have received a European grant for research on intoxicating substances in Europe between 1600 and 1850.

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