• Cross-border working

    Limited attention for cross-border policy in Limburg coalition agreements


    Stichting Geen Grens: "New municipal coalitions in Limburg often overlook foreign affairs". The newly appointed municipal authorities in Limburg are aware that their municipality has foreign borders, but many coalitions do not take this into account in their policy plans. This concludes the Stichting Geen Grens (No Border Foundation) after comparing the 30 new coalition agreements in Limburg.

  • Balance Belt

    Back on stage thanks to the balance belt


    Thanks to the University Fund Limburg’s participation in Zweit Veur Leid, four patients have been relieved of their balance problems

  • ehealth

    E-health application for chronic bowel disease a success


    The e-health application MyIBDcoach has resulted in a 50% reduction in the number of hospital admissions, fewer out-patient visits and better medication compliance in patients with chronic inflammatory bowel conditions such as Crohn’s disease (MUMC+ news).

  • DDP kick off

    Kick off Double Degree Master Programme in International and European Tax Law 2016-2017


    Vol verwachting en enthousiasme begint de eerste lichting studenten van de Double Degree Master Programme in International and European Tax Law aan de eerste groepsbijeenkomsten van het academische jaar 2016-2017.

    Het prestigieuze programma is tot stand gekomen door de intensieve samenwerking tussen Universiteit Maastricht en de Universiteit van Aruba en wordt toegejuicht door de regering van zowel Aruba als Nederland.

  • 2 girls on expedition in China

    Two girls in China: Following the footsteps of the Jesuits


    Samantha Jenkins (UK) and Angelica Giombini (Italy), two enthusiastic students at Maastricht University (UM), will be travelling through China in August guided by  'China Illustrata'...

  • Livia Wyss Wins the 2016 Schoemaker-Sustainalytics Student Competition


    Livia Wyss, student ‘Globalisation and Law’ at Maastricht University wins ‘2016 Schoemaker-Sustainalytics Student Competition on Business and Human Rights’...

  • News&Events - oratie dr. Marco Jelicic

    Memory loss by perpetrators often feigned


    In his inaugural address, Marko Jelicic stated that most of the perpetrators who claim they do not remember the crimes they committed are not telling the truth. He bases this finding on recent neuropsychological research on the role of the hippocampus, the area of the brain involved in storing memories of life events.

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