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  • Can neurofeedback help police recruits become more psychologically resilient? In its search for an answer, the Special Intervention Service of the Central Unit of the Netherlands Police approached Andreas Bressler, PhD candidate in cognitive neuroscience. His research focuses on improving emotion...

  • PhD thesis written by Jiska Jonas
    Victim-offender mediation (VOM) in criminal cases is a growing judicial practice in Europe and abroad. In VOM victim and offender have a conversation in presence of a trained mediator. This process can help victims to recover and offenders to take responsibility...

  • How can we help employees to fulfil their potential? And how can we do this in a way that is sustainable for both employees and organizations? Recently, I started a new professorship at the Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA) at SBE to address these questions, together with...

  • Two year (two 2,5 day modules per year (spring and fall)) Public Health and Care Research Leadership Programme starting on July 8th 2024 in Cambridge.

  • With the increasing temperature records and escalating frequency and intensity of weather extremes, the urgency of climate mitigation cannot be overstated (IPCC, 2022). In my master's thesis, I researched the impact of chocolate companies implementing Scope-3 emissions reduction strategies on the...

  • EDLAB is pleased to announce the 12 new education innovation projects that have received an EDLAB education grant for 2024.

  • Hormone therapy is an effective treatment for prostate cancer, but also leads to negative side effects, such as an increase in fat mass, and decrease in muscle mass, strength and endurance. Lisanne Houben, physician-researcher, shows that strength training in this group of patients helps to combat...

  • The Department of International and European Law of the Faculty of Law at Maastricht University is looking for an Assistant Professor in EU Law (1.0 FTE), starting from August 15, 2024.

  • After graduating from Public Policy and Human Development at Maastricht University, she became a librarian at the House of Commons, the lower house of the UK parliament. Here, Georgina Sturge explains what numbers do and don’t mean to policymakers and the public.

  • As part of the Springer Book Series 'Studies in Art, Heritage, Law and the Market', the Open Access book 'Conservation of Contemporary Art: Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice' , published by MACCH affiliated researchers Vivian van Saaze and Renée van de Vall, is now available.