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  • They support women with legal problems on a voluntary basis, collect money to recycle waste to make light sources, set up social enterprises, or work for global health. There are many ways in which students at Maastricht University go the extra mile.

  • All residents of the Statenkwartier have been invited for the Christmas dinner at Lux ad Mosam’s student association building. More important than the free food is the connection between students and residents.

  • They support women with legal problems on a voluntary basis, collect money to recycle waste to make light sources, set up social enterprises, or work for global health. There are many ways in which students at Maastricht University go the extra mile. Not just for their CVs, but to put their ideals...

  • How do you cook a sugar beet to obtain bioplastics? Ola Wróblewska answered this question in her dissertation, with with she earned the first ever doctorate at the Aachen-Maastricht Institute for Biobased Materials.

  • By using the compostable biobased plastic PLA, the process of 3D printing is becoming more and more sustainable.

  • On 16 November, the fourth annual ITEM (Institute for Transnational and Euregional cross-border cooperation and Mobility) conference took place. Around 120 experts and scientists from several countries gathered in Brussels to discuss the theme 'Cross-border cooperation: challenges ahead'.

  • Arjen Leerkes

    The right to immigrate

    Every 18 December, the United Nations celebrate International Migrants Day. A perfect moment to speak with Arjen Leerkes, Professor of ‘Migration, Securitisation and Social Cohesion' at Maastricht University and UNU-MERIT, about the position of immigrants in our societies