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Biologisch afbreekbaar servies
21 August 2017
Biodegradable disposables replace the current porcelain dishes and cutlery during a pilot in one of the restaurants of Utrecht University.
complex protein structure calculated with the M3 Framework
18 August 2017
Easier decoding of unknown protein complexes
Annelien Bredenoord
15 August 2017
Annelien Bredenoord is ethicist. Since it has become technically possible to repair embryo DNA, many journalists utilise her expertise in this field.
uu shanghai ranking
15 August 2017
This high ranking is due, among other factors, to the list of frequently cited researchers.
Marc Bonten
9 August 2017
The rule to always finish an antibiotics treatment has been put under a lot of pressure due to a British survey. Professor Marc Bonten is not convinced.
Marc van Mil UU
3 August 2017
Is it desirable to intervene in human DNA? Marc van Mil of Utrecht University and University Medical Center Utrecht considers the advantages and disadvantages.
StratoClim project - research aircraft M55 Geophysica
1 August 2017
Climate researcher Thomas Röckmann investigates air at altitudes up to 20 km
31 July 2017
In a lot of countries, dogs are treated inhumanely
Japanse Duizendknoop Beuningse Uiterwaarden
31 July 2017
Rivers are high-speed corridors for the spread of invasive exotic plants.
28 July 2017
The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) has awarded a Veni grant worth up to 250,000 euros to 27 researchers from Utrecht
26 July 2017
On hot days, it is tempting to go for a swim in a river or lake. But is the water that clean?
25 July 2017
Indonesian ambassador visits Summerschool programme Islamic Banking at U.S.E.
Metaal-halfgeleider-metaalovergang in een enkel grafeen nanolint
25 July 2017
Researchers at Utrecht University, TU Delft and Aalto University found a chemical pathway to incorporate electronic components in single graphene wires
19 July 2017
In September 2016, Joseph Kaputula from Zambia started as the first Kofi Annan Business School (KABS) fellow at Utrecht University.
Antoine Buyse
18 July 2017
How governments restrict the work of Human Rights Organizations such as Amnesty International.

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