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Foto Robert Oosterbroek
7 April 2017
LERU positioning paper on why and how societal impact is, has always been and will remain a core task of universities.
IJskap Antarctica smelt door verandering oceaanstroming
5 April 2017
The Antarctic ice cap underwent cycles of enormous growth and shrinkage 20-30 million years ago.
5 April 2017
Guus Velders (RIVM) has been appointed as Professor by Special Appointment of ‘Air quality and climate interactions’ at Utrecht University.
Screenshot CWUR
3 April 2017
According to the Center for World University Rankings (CWUR), the Utrecht Physical Geography group is the world's best.
1 April 2017
Research thesis that offers solution to complex shunting problems at NedTrain wins 2016 Vliegenthart Thesis Award
Icebergs near Ililissat, Greenland. Photo by Mark Garten, UN Photo.
31 March 2017
Ice caps have lost their capacity to contain and refreeze meltwater, researchers write in a Nature Communications publication.
31 March 2017
Workplace exposure to very low frequency electromagnetic fields may be linked to a doubling in risk of developing ALS.
30 March 2017
Utrecht University partner in RegMed XB
Globe in hand
29 March 2017
If you want your business to become more sustainable, you need to look at the total picture of previously successful methods, concludes Sjors Witjes.
27 March 2017
Three academics with ties to Utrecht University each receive a prestigious ERC Advanced Grant for their research.
27 March 2017
On 27 March 2017, Utrecht University has awarded the title 'Alumnus of the Year' to Feike Sijbesma.
Fotograaf: Dorian Broekhuyse
23 March 2017
Laetitia Ouillet nieuwe directeur samenwerkingsverband universiteiten Utrecht en Eindhoven en UMC Utrecht.
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23 March 2017
The best proposals have been selected, varying from cows as milk machines to a dystopian story about the last dwellers of a city destroyed by climate change.
ERC
20 March 2017
Utrecht University takes part in the celebration of 10 years ERC, underling the outstanding job done so far by the Utrecht-based ERC researchers.
Various transport processes studied using quantum dots
20 March 2017
Biophysicists from Utrecht University have developed a strategy for using light-emitting nanocrystals as a marker in living cells.

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