Research institutes and themes

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    The Aachen-Maastricht Institute for Biobased Materials (AMIBM) in the Netherlands is a cross-border research institute focused on developing advanced biobased materials. AMIBM is located on the Brightlands Chemelot Campus.
  • BISCI at Brightlands Villa Flora
    Excellent fundamental and applied research in the field of Supply Chain Innovation
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    Excellent fundamental and applied research in the field of Business Intelligence and Smart Services
  • School of Business and Economics
    Today's challenges, tomorrow's solutions: the seven research themes of Maastricht University's School of Business and Economics aim to help build a better world through creative, collaborative and interdisciplinary scholarship.
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  • Learning and Work
    In the office, the marketplace and among nations, cooperation and conflict play complex roles. Their many facets are the focus of the Conflict & Cooperation research theme at Maastricht University's School of Business and Economics.
  • Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
    Bright ideas, fresh paths, new markets: these drivers of progress are the focus of the Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship research theme at Maastricht University’s School of Business and Economics
  • Culture Ethics and Leadership
    Businesses' values, practices and societal impact are now in the spotlight. The Culture, Ethics and Leadership research theme at Maastricht University's School of Business and Economics takes a closer look.
  • Data-Driven Decision-Making
    Our digital age is creating vast amounts of data; their opportunities and threats are the focus of the Data-Driven Decision-Making research theme at Maastricht University's School of Business and Economics
  • Department of Molecular Genetics
    The ultimate goal of the Department of Molecular Genetics is to dissect the regulatory mechanisms involved in genetic and acquired forms of heart failure and transform this information to devise the next generation of therapies for heart disease in humans