News Utrecht University

Linda Senden, hoogleraar Europees Recht.
5 October 2018
California requires listed companies to appoint a woman on the board. Three questions to Linda Senden, expert European gender equality.
Windmolens op zee
5 October 2018
The PhD thesis of Jan Huynen at Utrecht University resulted in Blue Battery, a plan for an underground energy buffer in the Dutch province of Limburg.
4 October 2018
The replacement of current sunscreen chemicals with plant extracts is potentially safer and more environmentally friendly.
4 October 2018
Earth Scientists from among others Utrecht University evaluated thirteen different ocean-based measures to lessen the impact of climate change.
3 October 2018
Why People Radicalize, written by research social psychologist and law professor Kees van den Bos, explains how the radicalization process develops.
1 October 2018
Green Office Utrecht City Centre is now open!
Open access buttons
28 September 2018
As from 1 January 2020 all publicly funded scientific articles must be published in Open Access. What will be the consequences of this plan?
27 September 2018
Climate change is also a matter of ethics, argues Prof Ingrid Robeyns.
Illustratie van het poriëncomplex gevormd door Lipide II en het antimicrobiële peptide nisine
27 September 2018
An advanced new NMR Research method means a breakthrough for research into a promising class of alternative antibiotics
Julian Kirchherr
27 September 2018
"Perfectionism is paralysing too many PhD students", says Julian Kirchherr. "A more pragmatic approach to doctoral research is needed."
Start Open Science Programma
26 September 2018
The new Open Science Programme by Utrecht University facilitates and stimulates researchers to put open science into practice.
Sheila Jasanoff
26 September 2018
A pioneer in her field, Sheila Jasanoff calls for a new imaginary in the transition to sustainability.
Luchtfoto Lek
26 September 2018
Even long before the Middle Ages, humans have had a strong impact on river behaviour in the Dutch delta plain.
Prijswinnaar Avin Ghedri (midden) poseert met Berent Prakken, Annetje Ottow, Minister Ingrid van Engelshoven en Gönül Dilaver
21 September 2018
Avin Ghedri wins the ECHO Award 2018 for her contribution to uniting groups with both Western and non-Western backgrounds
Professor Joshua Coon
18 September 2018
Professor Coon is one of the most prominent researchers in Proteomics worldwide.