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  • Climate change and environmental pollution are central challenges of our time. Environmental policies that can effectively and equitably incentivize the energy transition, foster climate change resilience and adaptation, and reduce the detrimental impact of environmental degradation on human well...

  • In our interconnected global economy, uncertainty is like a tempest that sweeps across financial markets, businesses, and households. It’s that unsettling feeling when you’re unsure about what lies ahead—the fog that obscures the path forward. But what exactly is economic uncertainty, and why does...

  • Digitalisation can help support facilitating setting up potential cross-departmental and societal research collaborations for science-centred research and impact creation to deal with ever-increasing complexity of societal challenges. The critique of disciplinary research silos can be corresponded...

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  • When talking about the commons, it is worthwhile to go back into history of the commons. One historical landmark is the Magna Carta, established in 1215 ensuring the rights for people to access the woodlands for fuel and heating. Back in these days, the woodlands were what these days fossil fuels...

  • What if students could use play to learn to think strategically, apply economic concepts and deal with complex problems? This is what we have started exploring in the first of a series of three pilots of the Maastricht Immersive Learning Lab. 

What is Problem Based Research?

MORSE Research Impact Day

On Monday 30 of January, MORSE hosted the MORSE Research Impact Day, in its premises of SBE. During the event, MORSE presented its plans for 2023, welcomed René Kemp and Erwin de Bruin to present about Problem Based Research, hosted its 2023 Thesis Award Ceremony, and finished with a New Year reception and networking.

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Lecture delivered by Dr. René Kemp during the MORSE Research Impact Day. Dr. Kemp is a distinguished expert in the field of sustainable transitions and has made significant contributions to understanding the societal impact of research.

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