'Dare to Think, Dare to Dream.' On 18 May 2016, rector Anne De Paepe presented her vision for the future of Ghent University.
On Tuesday 17 May, Ghent University focused on the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia.
On 12 and 13 May, you can drink free fair trade coffee in the student restaurants.
A delegation of five Taiwan universities visited Ghent University during three days. The goal: to strengthen existing partnerships and to explore new opportunities, both in terms of research and education.
Belgian scientists from Ghent University/VIB developed Virotrap, a viral particle sorting approach for purifying protein complexes under native conditions.
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Ghent University student Laura Verhulst is elected Ghent student entrepeneur of the year. Her startup is called 'Madam Bakster'.
Ghent University and the Chinese Hebei University signed a cooperation agreement for student and lecturer exchanges.
Ghent University endorses the following statement by the European Research Association (EARA) on the transparency of animal experiments in Belgium.
Ghent University expresses its condolences to the victims of the earthquake in Ecuador, and calls to support the population.
Geert De Schutter and Piet Demeester (Faculty of Engineering and Architecture) receive an ERC Advanced Grant. The funding will enable them to pursue their most promising ideas and carry out frontier research.
Ghent University has opened a new building at the Technology Park in Zwijnaarde. The building, which is called iGent, is extremely energy efficient.
Her Royal Highness Queen Mathilde awarded the Baillet Latour Grant for Medical Research to Professor Mohamed Lamkanfi. With the grant, Professor Lamkanfi can continue his research on infection diseases.
In the research project BeatHealth, Ghent University scientists investigate the link between music and running.
In order to provide fast and efficient help in crisis areas, good maps of the region are needed. Humanitarian organizations therefore seek volunteers to help identify risk areas. On 16 April there is a national 'mapathon'.