• Computer Science

    New bachelor’s programme in Computer Science


    Maastricht University is about to add a new bachelor’s programme to its portfolio: Computer Science. The programme kicks off in September 2023.

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    Discover sciences in Maastricht


    During the Weekend of Science, scientific institutions across the Netherlands open their doors to visitors between the (approximate) ages of 8 and 88. Maastricht University warmly invites you and your family to visit the Faculty of Science and Engineering on Saturday 01 October.

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


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

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    Improved model of human small intestine


    Researchers at the Maastricht MultiModal Molecular Imaging Institute (M4i) have collaborated on a study to improve small intestine organoids. The new organoids also contain Paneth cells and are therefore a complete representation of the human small intestine.

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    Preparations for the Einstein Telescope can continue


    The Einstein Telescope will definitely receive 42 million euros from the National Growth Fund. The government previously granted the amount subject to conditions. With the definitive allocation, the preparatory work can continue.


  • Ten years Brightlands Chemelot Campus: Limburg's innovation engine for global challenges


    Happy anniversary to Brightlands! In the space of exactly ten years, Brightlands Chemelot Campus has been working on global issues in the field of materials, biomedical innovations and sustainable processes.

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    Concerns about daily bread


    In the Netherlands, more than a million people live below the poverty line. For them, it is not a matter of course that they can buy enough healthy and affordable food.

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    Yvonne van der Meer new president KNCV


    At the Annual General Meeting (ALV) on June 21, 2022, Prof. Yvonne van der Meer was appointed President of the Royal Dutch Chemical Society.

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    New ‘supergroup’: DKE and IDS jointly become Department of Advanced Computing Sciences


    The new department broadly covers research and education in artificial intelligence, computer science, data science, mathematics and robotics. Over 100 staff members find their home in the new group, which is embedded in the Faculty of Science and Engineering.

  • Education Minister Robbert Dijkgraaf visits Maastricht


    "In order to get a good idea, you will have to hear a lot of good ideas." The words of Netherlands Education Minister Robbert Dijkgraaf speaking at the end of his working visit to Maastricht on 23 May. Professor Dijkgraaf visited Vista College, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences and Maastricht University, where he saw many good ideas and innovations.

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