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  • On the Brightlands Campus Greenport Venlo, paediatrician Edgar van Mil and psychologist Remco Havermans hold the Youth, Food and Health chair at Maastricht University’s Faculty of Science and Engineering.

  • Elvira Loibl defended her PhD in early 2019 for her research on illegal practices in the world of international adoption. “As a criminologist, I know that every transaction has a dark side. I wanted to bring that to light.” André Klip, professor of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and the...

  • Terra Mosana invites citizens of the Euregio to make their languages heard. Participants are asked to record themselves via WhatsApp while they pronounce these seven sentences in their own dialect/language and send it to +31 6 8747 3826. These messages will be compiled into a sonic artwork.

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  • Gideon Koekoek teaches theoretical physics and researches gravitational waves from the comfort of his home – and is working his pecs in the process.

  • Caring for elderly patients with dementia involves an ecosystem of caregivers. Technological solutions can complete the ecosystem, says Dr. Stelios Asteriadis, who will realize this vision over the next 3 years within the EU-funded project PROCare4Life.

  • Jens and Chris, two students from Maastricht University's School of Business and Economics (SBE) were spending this semester abroad in South Africa when the corona crisis hit. As concerns for their safety grew, they made the difficult decision to return to their homes in Germany. However, this...

  • Het is mooi om te zien hoe onze studenten hun steentje bijdragen en elkaar en anderen proberen te helpen in deze crisistijd. Hier aandacht voor twee nieuwe initiatieven: rechtenstudenten die gratis juridisch advies geven aan kleine ondernemers en werknemers over de gevolgen van de coronacrisis en...

  • The first international Artificial Intelligence Song Contest is currently taking place online. Even better – it includes a team of UM students and local musicians.