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  • In March, Dr. Konrad Kollnig was granted an AiNed Fellowship for his research project RegTech4AI. The project combines expertise in law and technology to develop regulatory technologies for citizens, enforcement agencies, and businesses in the domain of artificial intelligence (AI). This shall...

  • Everything on Earth is interconnected and has an impact on everything else. Nothing is isolated. This insight prompted the emergence of the very transdisciplinary field of Earth System Science. The field is gaining a foothold at the Brightland Campus Greenport Venlo in the form of the research...

  • The coming years will see tens of thousands of homes in the Netherlands undergo extensive renovation and modernisation. While the main goal is to improve energy efficiency, researcher Juan Palacios is interested in understanding the impact of home renovations on residents’ health. He will spend the...

  • Professor in Organ-Specific Metabolic Imaging

  • Owned and run by UM alum Natalia Westermann, the Dotnsquare store on the Heggenstraat in Maastricht is a vibrant tribute to polka dots, pragmatism, sustainability, social entrepreneurship and love for Limburg.

  • Failure is part of life, but not something academics talk about often. In this interview, Brigitte Le Normand reflects on the failure of her creative research outputs.

  • Pieter du Plessis is a PhD candidate in the Department of Philosophy at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. His project, 'Belonging and Unbelonging in Amsterdam's Het Zuid-Afrikahuis', was awarded funding by the NWO PhD in the Humanities funding scheme. 

  • We are delighted to announce that Maastricht University School of Business and Economics has maintained its outstanding position in the 2024 CEO Magazine's Global MBA Rankings. Securing a Tier One Global MBA ranking, a 4th place in the Global Online MBA ranking, and an 8th place in the Global...

  • Cyrus Mody on being UM’s Open Science figurehead, an inevitable cultural shift and nanobubbles.

  • As of April 1, 2024, Prof. Dr. Hilde Verbeek has been appointed as the new chair of the Limburg Living Lab in Ageing and Long-Term Care (AWO Limburg).