• As a researcher, how can you best find out what a neighbourhood needs to improve the health and quality of life of its residents? Before you can enter into dialogue and roll up your sleeves together, public spaces are needed where researchers and residents can get together. In 2016, philosophy...

  • Appropriate regulations and an international orientation are essential to prevent the devastation of education in Limburg, to maintain education standards and to train sufficient professionals for the tight labour market in the region and in the Netherlands as a whole. Since 2022, Limburg has been...

  • Michal Natorski

    AI-AI Captain

    AI will change the world – possibly in a very direct way. UNU-MERIT's Michal Natorski thinks the technology could inadvertently influence the decision-making processes of UN agencies.

  • Ahead of the European Parliamentary Elections in June, Studio Europa Maastricht and POLITICO warmly invite you for the Maastricht Debate 2024. The third edition of this large political debate will take place on Monday, April 29 in the Theater aan het Vrijthof.  

  • In the recent allocation of grants within the AiNed Fellowship program, the Faculty of Law of Maastricht University was awarded a Fellowship for a research project by Dr. Konrad Kollnig. With the project 'RegTech4AI: Pioneering Regulatory Technologies for AI and Making AI Regulation Work in Practice...

  • As spring has officially started, start-ups have a new possibility for hatching their innovative ideas in a safe, fertile environment. Today, the four Brightlands campuses, Maastricht University, LIOF and the Province of Limburg jointly launch a new initiative for start-ups

  • David Baião Barata was born and raised in Castelo Branco, in eastern Portugal. His mother cooked typical Portuguese cuisine: hearty soups, lots of meat, everything doused in olive oil. It was only during his studies in cell and molecular biology in Lisbon that he began cooking for himself. And it...

  • Interview with NUTRIM Professor Luc van Loon in Santé, 15 March 2024.


    We still move far too little; we spend a lot of time sitting down. Read in this article why you should move even more.

  • Interview with Janine Ziemons on her research and dissertation.

    The microbiota is an important key in cancer treatment

  • On 28 February 2024, the Globalisation & Law Network hosted a research seminar featuring Dr Michael Veale, Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law at University College London.