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In the footsteps of the people of Minos

This summer, we meet some of UCL’s human sciences PhD students. Ophélie Mouthuy, a PhD student in archaeology, is in Crete working on two excavation sites: at Sissi with the Belgian School of Athens and at Anavlochos with the French School of Athens. She spoke to us from Crete about...
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Antibiotic resistance: renowned Harvard Medical School...

Under the auspices of the Princess Lilian Foundation Chair, the laboratory of Prof. Jean-François Collet, of UCL’s de Duve Institute, welcomes Harvard Medical School Prof. Daniel Kahne from 18 to 21 April. This visiting professor chair is intended to spark interaction between Belgian research...
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Anti-liberal Muslims face discrimination

At the heart of the debate over Islamophobia, many claim the right to criticise fully the ideas and norms of other ethnic and religious groups (here Muslims) on the basis that it has no influence over respecting religious persons as individuals. Notwithstanding the distinction’s theoretical...
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ScienceToday: UCLouvain research for a worldwide audience

Cutting-edge science for a mainstream audience: that’s what ScienceToday, UCLouvain’s new website, aims to deliver. ScienceToday tells the exciting story of current UCLouvain research one topic, one discovery, one adventure at a time, in a way that a broad, enquiring readership can...
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10 years of the ERC and 30 grants for UCL

On 21 March, the European Research Council (ERC) celebrates its tenth anniversary. UCL can celebrate, too, because its researchers just landed UCL’s 30th ERC grant – that’s €39 million for research over ten years. ‘Getting an ERC grant means you can take risks…and strive for a world...
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