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Professor Luc Taerwe receives Shanghai Science & Technology Award

Professor Luc Taerwe, Director of the China Platform at Ghent University, is one of the recipients of the 2019 Shanghai Science & Technology Awards.

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Internal election results announced

The results of the internal elections that took place at our university from 27 April to 30 April were announced this afternoon.

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Studying the impact of COVID-19 on students

The coronavirus pandemic has a major impact on all of us, including students. Ghent University researchers are mapping how students experience the psychosocial impact of COVID-19 and how they deal with that challenge.

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Vote in the internal elections

This week internal elections are being organised at Ghent University.

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IAESTE recognizes the long standing support of the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture with award

IAESTE presented this award to Ghent University's Faculty of Engineering and Architecture for their ongoing contribution to IAESTE by actively promoting the exchange programme and providing traineeships for international students over 20 years.

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Greet Cardon on GRAY: “We’re going to knock on a lot of doors, to get more funding for research into ageing, ánd to get ageing on the agenda.”

Interview with Greet Cardon and Mrs Jacqueline De Jaeger on the new interdisciplinary research consortium GRAY and 'ageing young'.

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Ghent University stimulates research with impact via new interdisciplinary research consortia

... and is therefore looking for 6 new IDC co-ordinators

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People from Ghent University and Van Eyck: engineering

Ghent’s 2020 focus is on Van Eyck and the Ghent Altarpiece. Lots of people from Ghent University are involved in this year of celebration. Over the coming weeks we put them in the spotlight. This week: Aleksandra Pizurica and Arnold Janssens

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Computer simulations find the disordered needle in the crystalline haystack: Why smaller nanoporous materials are less flexible

New insight in the impact of the crystal size on the flexibility of nanostructured materials can aid the development of ideal nanosensors.

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A promising route to scalable quantum photonics

Researchers from the Photonics Research Group (imec, Ghent University) and MIT have integrated single photon emitters in 2D layered materials with a Silicon Nitride photonic chip.

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Professor Veronique Van Speybroek in 'Women of Catalysis'

Prof. Van Speybroek highlighted as one of the strong Women of Catalysis

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Developing clear and efficient procedures: Veronique Van Speybroeck in the FWO yearbook 2018

Prof. dr. ir. Veronique Van Speybroeck gives her opinion on support and financing of researchers in FWO yearbook 2018.

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Yellow is not the new black: discovery paves way for new generation of solar cells

By stabilizing perovskites –man-made crystals that can convert sunlight into electricity– they absorb sunlight and can be used in efficient solar panels.

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Ghent University Association launches its Internationalisation Award

Have an idea about world citizenship? The Internationalisation Award can help you turn your idea into an actual project.

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