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  • The lifecycle of SARS-CoV-2

    18-11-2022

    What happens if a SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus enters your lung? This molecular animation visualises how the virus particle can take over the host cell and turns it into a virus factory. Eventually, the host cell produces so many viral particles that it dies and releases numerous new virus particles.

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    Maastricht University starts new research line on cellular agriculture

    25-10-2022

    Thanks to a strong financial impulse from the National Growth Fund, Maastricht University, as one of the partners in a national consortium, is starting a new line of research in the field of cellular agriculture.

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    Conference on the use of English in higher education

    17-10-2022

    Conference on the use of English in higher education

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    Weg van Lawaai. A unique app that opens your ears

    04-10-2022

    Weg van Lawaai. A unique app that opens your ears

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    Continuation Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical Music

    26-09-2022

    Zuyd University, philharmonie zuidnederland and Maastricht University will continue their collaboration in the Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical Music (MCICM) for the next four years.

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    When the most unknown organ must be removed

    16-09-2022

    An organ that disappears almost completely after puberty, but in rare cases can regrow in size and even harbor a tumor: the thymus, also known as the thymus. Physician-researcher Florit Marcuse, affiliated with Maastricht University's Faculty of Health Medicine and Life Sciences, examined this relatively unknown organ and found that care for these patients could be further improved, both in the Netherlands and abroad.

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    Once Upon a Law: the Grimm Brothers’ stories, language, and legal culture

    29-08-2022

    Exhibition: a new look at the stories of the Grimm Brothers

  • Better chances for cancer in the liver

    15-08-2022

    Our liver is a special organ: if you cut away part of it, in most cases a new piece of liver will grow back. If someone has cancer in the liver, the affected part of the liver can be surgically removed. But you can only do this if at least 30% of the liver remains. For many patients whose remaining liver is too small, this means that they cannot undergo surgery. But thanks to international research from Maastricht UMC+, the treatment options for cancer in the liver have now been significantly expanded.

  • Study brings lifestyle disease liver fattening into focus

    27-07-2022

    An unhealthy lifestyle can have disastrous consequences for the liver. Fatty liver disease can develop, a chronic liver condition that can lead to liver failure or even liver cancer. Fatty liver also contributes to the development and worsening of diabetes and cardiovascular disease. 

  • Research provides insight into COVID-related heart damage

    24-05-2022

    Maastricht UMC+ closely monitors the heart health of COVID patients during, and after, their admission to the intensive care unit (ICU). Research now shows a link between heart damage and ICU survival rates. Additionally, more information about heart damage after an ICU stay due to COVID-19 is being studied.

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