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  • Max Boutell and Sharon Anyango will work on separate projects on the role adaptive architects in the neoliberal turn, and on gender expectations of Somali and Eritrean refugees in the Netherlands.

  • We discover new things about staff and students every day here at our faculty. That Lieve wants health tips to be evidence-based. That Alisa moved from Moscow to Maastricht to become a first-year Regenerative Medicine and Technology student. And that Sofie is finishing up her master’s in Health and...

  • How do people interact with each other on social media and other online platforms? How do they end up in conflict? And most importantly: how can we prevent these discussions from escalating? PhD candidate Maud Oostindie is researching these questions. On top of that, she is the new ‘Face of Science’...

  • South Limburg with its ageing population faces considerable challenges when it comes to health and wellbeing. UM research and innovation is already making a real difference. Hilde Verbeek, chair of the Limburg Living Lab in Aging and Long-Term Care, on how to empower older persons and battle the...

  • The Law Faculty of Maastricht University, in collaboration with Studio Europa, hosts an academic conference focusing on the upcoming new term of the European Parliament and European Commission. 

  • For the series "The societal impact of UM research", Professor Christopher Brewster was interviewed by Observant's Dennis Vaendel. This edition is entitled "How UM computer scientists are developing software for farmers".

  • A bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Sciences gives you ample choice for where to apply your detailed knowledge of sickness and health. Whether you want to work in or outside of the lab. Lobke Meels is an inspiring example of pursuing a career outside of the lab. She combined her bachelor’s programme...

  • Pablo Del Hierro has been awarded this year’s Valorisation Prize for his outreach activities following the project "(Neo)Fascist Metropolis: Madrid and the Transnational Far Right Networks since the end of the Spanish Civil War". The honourable mention this year goes to Elsje Fourie’s and Christin...

  • Recently, the article 'Role Model Moments' and 'Troll Model Moments' in Surgical Residency: How do They Influence Professional Identity Formation? in PME by SHE PhD Jeroen Bransen was featured in the Papers Podcast.

  • Dr. Mariia Domina presented her research on corporate social responsibility during the UK Animal Law Conference, which took place on 29-30 May in Birmingham.