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    Keuzegids Bachelors 2020: three UM Colleges stable at the top

    27-11-2019

    The three Liberal Arts colleges of Maastricht University retain their top positions in the Keuzegids Bachelors 2020.

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    Research into Japanese puzzles prompts London adventure for master's student

    26-11-2019

    A love for Japanese culture snowballed into a London conference trip for Lianne Hufkens, master's student Artificial Intelligence.

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    Do algorithms help make healthcare better?

    25-11-2019

    How can you further improve healthcare with the use of ‘big data’? That question is central to many scientific studies worldwide. At Maastricht University, the research group led by Professor of Clinical Data Sciences André Dekker is also working on answers to this question.

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    Research into a national rollout of the Healthy Primary School of the Future

    20-11-2019

    The healthy primary school is the future. This is evident from the choice of the municipalities of Brunssum, Heerlen, Sittard-Geleen and Maastricht to launch Healthy Primary School of the Future projects.

  • NWO Physics Valorisation Prize for UM Professor Ron Heeren

    18-11-2019

    This year, the prize for the best knowledge utilisation in physics goes to Ron Heeren (M4I). He works on improving clinical diagnostics by means of mass spectrometry imaging.

  • How safe is it to drink from recycled cups?

    15-11-2019

    On 15 November, Professor Dick T.H.M. Sijm gave his inaugural address, entitled ‘There is more behind the label’, and accepted the function of Associate Professor at Maastricht University (UM). He will work at the Faculty of Science and Engineering, University College Venlo in Venlo. His chair is called: Food safety in a sustainable economy.

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    BReIN to tackle Alzheimer’s using big data

    04-11-2019

    Earlier this year Jos Kleinjans, professor of Environmental Health Sciences at Maastricht University (UM), received the final word on a multi-year, multi-million-euro contribution to his brainchild, the Brightlands e-Infrastructure for Neurohealth (BReIN for short). This research institute will open up new horizons in the application of big data in healthcare. 

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