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  • Classical music: a treasure trove

    26-03-2019

    On 29 and 30 March, the Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical Music (MCICM) is organising a special symposium in Maastricht at the St. Janskerk and the Conservatorium, respectively. The occasion for the international symposium is the inaugural lecture of Prof. Peter Peters, Endowed Professor of Innovation in Classical Music, on Friday 29 March.

  • Secondary school students have 75% better score thanks to university student guidance

    21-03-2019

    Maastricht University students have helped secondary school students improve their school performance significantly. The students’ total went from 92 to 23 minus points over a period of 3 months.

  • UM applies for a building permit for BioMedical Centre

    18-03-2019

    Vandaag heeft de Universiteit Maastricht bij de Gemeente Maastricht een bouwvergunning aangevraagd voor het BioMedisch Centrum, het nieuwe onderzoekscentrum waar ook proefdieren kunnen worden ingezet.

  • Clearing the cross-border path to a Euregional centre for paediatric surgery

    13-03-2019

    The medical specialty of paediatric surgery is organised differently in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium. This has consequences for the qualifications of paediatric surgeons in the Meuse–Rhine Euregion, in terms of the recognition and registration of paediatric surgeons as well as the cross-border training of new doctors.

  • The Maastricht Debate 2019

    12-03-2019

    On April 29th, 19h00 – 20h30, leading candidates for the position of President of the European Commission will debate each other in Maastricht. Young people (18-29 years) can register for the debate starting March 13th at 13:00.

  • Too little calcium in multivitamins for pregnant women

    01-03-2019

    Multivitamins for pregnant women do not contain enough calcium to meet the recommended daily allowance. Approximately 60 percent of these women therefore get too little calcium (less than one gram per day). This increases the risk of complications for mother and child.

  • Together towards Next Generation Supply Chain Management

    01-03-2019

    In the province of Limburg, there is a substantial number of major international logistics companies as well as a large number of logistics SMEs and start-ups. This is especially the case in the Venlo region. The logistics sector in the province is therefore of great importance. To maintain a leading position, continuous innovation is needed. That is why Maastricht University and the Province of Limburg are joining forces to further develop the logistics sector in the region and in the Netherlands with innovative supply chain solutions.

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    Maastricht University helps build a European University

    01-03-2019

    Maastricht University is joining forces with seven other universities from as many different European countries. Together they form the YUFE alliance (Young Universities for the Future of Europe).

  • Stefan Hild appointed professor of Gravitational Research; UM joins Nikhef

    25-02-2019

    Maastricht University (UM) has appointed Prof. dr. Stefan Hild as professor of Gravitational Research. The move paves the way for UM to become a full member of the National Institute for Subatomic Physics (Nikhef).

     

  • Tackling tinnitus with behavioural therapy

    25-02-2019

    In the new European treatment guidelines for tinnitus, a therapy developed at Maastricht University (UM) has been designated as the only recommended treatment. It is a form of cognitive behavioural therapy that is currently offered solely by health care centres in Hoensbroek and Eindhoven.

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