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Professor Koen De Feyter presents at the UN Working Group on the Right to Development
UN Human Rights Council decided to embark on the drafting of a legally binding instrument on the right to development. Professor Koen De Feyter gave an expert presentation.
Hippos help African lakes breathe
UAntwerp biologists find evidence that dwindling hippo numbers could lead to food crisis.
Photocatalysis removes pollutants from indoor air
Jeroen van Walsem (UAntwerp) develops innovative air purification reactor.
Antwerp researchers make anticancer medicines from wood
New process makes the production of pharmaceuticals more efficient and sustainable.
UAntwerp and partners fight against antibiotic resistance
UAntwerp, bioMérieux, and Wellcome Trust to coordinate VALUE-Dx, a European Public-Private Partnership to fight antimicrobial resistance through diagnostics.
Time Machine Launch imminent
UAntwerp, UGent and the City of Antwerp join forces for a prestigious European project?
UAntwerpen helps build a European University
Young Universities for the Future of Europe connects eight universities in as many countries.
Supercomputer boasts unparalleled computing power
UAntwerp/imec investment to open up new avenues for researchers.
'Climate change likely to accelerate'
Natural climate buffers feeling effects of higher temperatures, UAntwerp biologists find.
Why lobbying is not always an obscure activity
Iskander De Bruycker (UAntwerp) analyzed whether media attention helps lobby groups.
Giraffe lives on among the students
Antwerp Zoo donates skeleton of deceased giraffe Dana to the University of Antwerp.
Scientist secures place in Periodic Table of Younger Chemists
Sammy Verbruggen (UAntwerp) awarded a place in select group of promising young chemists.
Plasma to help make chemistry sustainable
Annemie Bogaerts (UAntwerp) and European colleagues receive prestigious ERC Synergy grant.
Spaceflight has impact on cosmonauts' brains
A trip into space impacts the brain of a space traveller, according to new international research, led by the University of Antwerp.
Fish that are thrown back ingest less food
Holes in fishes' jaws caused by fishing hooks reduces their suction power, making it more difficult for them to ingest food.
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