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22 February 2017
To structurally reduce CO₂ emissions in the aviation sector, sustainably produced biofuels are essential, say Utrecht University researchers.
Mallard / wilde eend
22 February 2017
The daily movement behaviour of wintering mallards contributes to maintaining the connections between wetland plant populations across fragmented landscapes.
Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) image of colloidal (Zn,Cd)Te/CdSe heteronanowires grown in solution in Donega Lab
20 February 2017
Celso de Mello Donega receives NWO TOP subsidy
Friedrich Forster
20 February 2017
Friedrich Förster, professor of Cryo-Electron Microscopy, publishes in Nature Communications.
Dr. Els Rose
17 February 2017
Medievist dr. Els Rose receives Vici grant worth one and half million euros.
16 February 2017
New impulse for research into cancer cell metastasis, the regeneration of nerve and heart cells, and the processing of stimuli in autism.
open science nationaal plan
16 February 2017
On Thursday 9 February the National Plan Open Science and the corresponding website openscience.nl were presented.
13 February 2017
Utrecht University will present honorary doctorates to Professor Sangeeta Bhatia and Professor Peer Bork during the Dies Natalis 2017.
‘Superballs’ organise themselves into interesting structures
10 February 2017
Publication in Nature Communications
money coins
9 February 2017
The grants are for the two international collaboration projects OPTICA and SMESEC
© iStockphoto.com/nadla
3 February 2017
NWO grants for René van Roij, Laura Filion, and Marjolein Dijkstra
Magnonic BlackHole
31 January 2017
Black holes on an electronic chip, theoretical physicists have proposed a way to simulate black holes on an electronic chip.
Prof. dr. Roberta D’Alessandro
27 January 2017
Prof. Roberta D’Alessandro has joined Utrecht University on January 1, 2017 as professor in Syntax and Language Variation at the Faculty of Humanities.
25 January 2017
Utrecht University scientists found that by burning wood pellets made of wood residue, climate benefits can be achieved within six years.
Appy Sluijs
25 January 2017
Appy Sluijs receives Ammodo award

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