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“It’s much more meaningful to connect people in an open-ended way than to just start communicating about what you’ve found at the end of your research.”

Interview with Julie Carlier, co-ordinator of the interdisciplinary research consortium Ghent Centre for Global Studies.

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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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Swiss theatre producer Milo Rau to become an honorary doctor at Ghent University

On Dies Natalis, on 20 March this year, Ghent University will award an institutional honorary doctorate to Milo Rau. Furthermore, five honorary titles will be awarded in recognition of scientific achievements.

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People from Ghent University and Van Eyck: archaeometry

Ghent’s focus is on Van Eyck and the Ghent Altarpiece in 2020. Lots of people from Ghent University are also involved in this year of celebration. We have been putting a number of them in the spotlight. This week: Peter Vandenabeele.

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People from Ghent University and Van Eyck: art sciences and social history

In Ghent, it’s all about Van Eyck and the Ghent Altarpiece in 2020. One of the highlights is undoubtedly the return of the restored painting to St. Bavo’s cathedral. Years of research preceded the amazing renovation.

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Three researchers at Ghent University win an ERC Starting Grant

On September 3rd, the European Research Council (ERC) announced the names of the European scientists winning a Starting Grant. Three Ghent University researchers win an ERC Starting Grant.

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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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Prof. Jóhanna Barðdal is awarded a residential fellowship at Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study

Prof. Jóhanna Barðdal has been selected for a stay at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIAS-KNAW).

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“My WOW goes to…”

Scientific research changes our lives and view of the world. Ghent University uses Dies Natalis to - in addition to her birthday - also celebrate research. We ask all Ghent University people and Flemish people: Which research do you find important?

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