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Environment - Social Sciences - 05.04.2021
EU citizens ready to become energy producers
VUB project RENAISSANCE shows that energy transition can be done locally with good guidance Monday, April 5, 2021 — Researchers from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel in cooperation with research

Environment - 25.03.2021
New SMEs in Cureghem contribute to gentrification
Space for SMEs in the city is a hot topic for groups interested in urban and economic transformation.

Campus - Environment - 17.03.2021
Young academics to help design policy

Computer Science - Environment - 15.03.2021
FARI - a new Artificial intelligence institute in Brussels

Environment - 03.03.2021
Researcher wins North Sea Award 2020
Award presentation at VLIZ Marine Science Day - Wednesday 3 March 2021 - 9:00 a.m. Camille Gaulier, joint-PhD from the AMGC Research Department at VUB and the University of Lille is the winner of the VLIZ North Sea Award 2020.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 29.01.2021
VUB PhD candidate wins prize King Baudouin Foundation

Environment - 26.12.2020
The EU’s Capacity to Act in International Affairs: Where Do We Stand?

Environment - 17.12.2020
95.5 billion euros for Horizon Europe, the new European Union investment program for Research and Innovation 2021-2027
95.5 billion euros for Horizon Europe, the new European Union investment program for Research and Innovation 2021-2027

Environment - 17.11.2020
430.000 Euro Grant for Research Platform CAPTURE to Stimulate Recycling of Carbon, Plastics and Water

Social Sciences - Environment - 25.10.2020
75 years United Nations: a durable and sustainable cooperation with Ghent University
75 years United Nations: a durable and sustainable cooperation with Ghent University

Environment - 20.10.2020
Six new FWO fellowships at Global Change Ecology

Environment - Event - 16.10.2020
Can you run so fast that you stay ahead of climate change?
Can you run so fast that you stay ahead of climate change?

Campus - Environment - 02.10.2020
Wanted: the best idea to make our society more sustainable
Wanted: the best idea to make our society more sustainable

Environment - 03.09.2020
Sustainable Centralized Package Delivery Service Pilot Project Launched at Ghent University
Sustainable Centralized Package Delivery Service Pilot Project Launched at Ghent University

Environment - 21.05.2020
Titan Arum in Bloom During Corona Crisis
Titan Arum in Bloom During Corona Crisis

Environment - 27.04.2020
Hurricanes twist evolution in island lizards
Hold that thought: a good grip can mean the difference between life and death for lizards in a hurricane - and as a result, populations hit more frequently by hurricanes have larger toepads.

Economics - Environment - 28.01.2020
AMS and the University of Antwerp join forces

Environment - 21.01.2020
Marine biologist Anna-Maria Vafeiadou was awarded the Paul Van Oye price
Marine biologist Anna-Maria Vafeiadou was awarded the Paul Van Oye price

Environment - 20.12.2019
Keep an eye out for neon yellow items in the Scheldt!

Environment - 29.11.2019
Vandenhole lectures on benefits and burdens of climate change

Environment - 30.10.2019
New vacancy

Environment - 29.10.2019
Ghent University joins forces with 8 European universities for the new 'ENLIGHT' consortium
Ghent University joins forces with 8 European universities for the new ’ENLIGHT’ consortium

Environment - Economics - 11.10.2019
Nicaraguan ’Fondo de Desarrollo Local’ - Nitlapan-UCA announced as finalist European Microfinance Award 2019

Environment - 07.10.2019
State-of-the-art artificial river exposes climate secrets

Environment - Life Sciences - 04.10.2019
Ghent University delegation visit to Ecuador

Environment - 20.08.2019
European mega-heatwaves linked to drought
European mega-heatwaves linked to drought
Heatwaves are the deadliest natural disaster in Europe and have become increasingly frequent and intense in recent years.

Environment - 14.05.2019
Queen Mathilde addresses the topic of sustainability during visit to Ghent University
Queen Mathilde addresses the topic of sustainability during visit to Ghent University

Environment - Economics - 07.05.2019
Ghent University honors Lord Nicholas Stern with institutional honorary doctorate on Thursday 16 May

Environment - 02.05.2019
Photocatalysis removes pollutants from indoor air

Environment - 30.04.2019
Visit

Life Sciences - Environment - 27.03.2019
Queen Mathilde of Belgium and Ban Ki-moon visit Ghent University Global Campus in South-Korea
Queen Mathilde of Belgium and Ban Ki-moon visit Ghent University Global Campus in South-Korea

Environment - Economics - 24.02.2019
Climate friendly investing, how is Ghent University doing that?
Climate friendly investing, how is Ghent University doing that?
Dare to opt for an ambitious climate policy According to ancient activist tradition, Ghent University students are not left undisturbed in the social debate.

Environment - Chemistry - 25.10.2018
Plasma to help make chemistry sustainable
Introduction: Annemie Bogaerts (UAntwerp) and European colleagues receive prestigious ERC Synergy grant.

Architecture - Environment - 21.10.2018
Ghent University renovates and expands in the Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat

Environment - 07.10.2018
CITREE - Let’s research a tree’! Join us!

Environment - 27.07.2018
"Small lizards more likely to survive hurricanes"
Introduction: Anthony Herrel (UAntwerp) studied a population of lizards before and after the passage of two hurricanes.

Environment - 11.07.2018
Environment, Health and Safety Days: sessions that suit all tastes

Innovation - Environment - 05.07.2018
Spin-off Hysopt raises 1.9 million euros in capital increase

Environment - Life Sciences - 04.07.2018
Soil contains one of the keys to climate agreement
Million-year old soils prove their impact on a successful climate agreement To drive back global warming to below 2°C, carbon storage in soils plays an important part, since soils can store a notable share of the human CO2 emissions.

Environment - 02.07.2018
New model of storm surge mitigation by coastal wetlands in 11 major river deltas
Introduction: A study by Rebecca Van Coppenolle shows that, among others, the Niger and Mississippi delta benefit strongly from 'nature-based' protection of land and people. Low-lying river deltas worldwide are vulnerable to coastal flooding, and the risk is growing as coastal population density and projected storm surge intensity increase.

Environment - Life Sciences - 02.07.2018
Global Change Ecology Centre welcomes 4 new FWO-fellows
Introduction: Last week it was announced which new fellows will initiate a FWO-funded PhD or postdoc in the next year.

Career - Environment - 02.07.2018
IOB welcomes 2 new FWO aspirants

Environment - Transport - 06.06.2018
Ghent University reduces number of air flights University takes first steps in a sustainable travel policy
The university has previously taken measures to reduce its ecological footprint, such as energy reduction procedures in the buildings.

Social Sciences - Environment - 01.06.2018
Establishment of UNESCO Chair on Adult Education

Event - Environment - 30.05.2018
Research Award Belgian Committee of the International Water Association for Andreia Amaral

Environment - Life Sciences - 28.05.2018
Professor Vanreusel receives Vietnam’s Medal of Friendship

Environment - Computer Science - 07.05.2018
IOB receives money from BELMONT and NORFACE for research project

Environment - Law - 23.04.2018
Research visits South Africa

Environment - 30.03.2018
Prestigious award for ecologists of the University of Antwerp

Environment - Event - 22.03.2018
"The more time you spend on the road, the more air pollution you are exposed to"
Introduction: Thirteenth Rudi Verheyen Award - worth 10000 euros - goes to Evi Dons (UHasselt), who analysed individual exposure to air pollution.