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  • Educational systems are resilient systems, with technology functioning as an essential tool to overcome the shocks. The pandemic made educational systems realize they possess great capacity to overcome hurdles and create awareness that universities should use their potential to innovate. This blog...

  • When nitrous oxide (laughing gas) is used recreationally, its presence remains detectable in the breath and bloodstream for at least 60 minutes after inhalation, and the development of an instrument to measure it is technically feasible. These were among the findings of a study at Maastricht...

  • As of February 1st, 2024, emeritus professor Maria Jansen has been appointed as an independent external confidant for PhD candidates at FHML/Maastricht UMC+.

  • Burak Can, department chair at Data Analytics and Digitalisation (SBE) and a social entrepreneur, hosted an unconventional workshop during the 2023 UM Education Days in Maastricht. In this session, participants created an art piece using moss, engaging in a unique approach to self-reflection and...

  • When Martijn Boussé won an EDLAB Education Innovation Grant in 2022, he was convinced that documenting his innovation journey from the start through video would add significant value for both the project itself and his students. Watch the (amazing) result!

  • How can artificial intelligence help experts with their work? This is the topic that the newly established Genius Lab seeks to solve by investigating better techniques for artificial intelligence systems to extract information from data. The lab is a collaboration between Delft University of...

  • Dutch universities have jointly announced measures to manage the intake of international students and enhance Dutch language proficiency.  Maastricht University is committed to finding tailored solutions that align with both the university and its environment. 

  • Maastricht University (UM) has designated the Europa Archive, established under the guidance of Professor Mathieu Segers, as an official part of the university’s academic heritage. 

  • On February 1, 2024, Winnie Bosch bid farewell as the director of the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences (FHML) at Maastricht University (UM) after an impressive career spanning over 43 years. In recognition of his exceptional dedication and remarkable contributions to the university and...