Brain research into order in the chaos

Brain research into order in the chaos

Imagine you, a researcher, are given a bag of money, unlimited time and personnel. What research would you do? Neuroscientist Sanne ten Oever wants to carry out measurements to map out the activity of every brain cell (a total of 80 billion).

UM faculties expect an avalanche of applications

UM faculties expect an avalanche of applications

Migration, language education in border regions, internationalisation on the shop floor. These are a few of the themes that will be dealt in the thirteen UM PhD programmes within the inter-faculty project Limes. The project, set up with an EU subsidy, is also state-of-the-art when it comes to the selection and training of young researchers.

 

The power of the crowd

The power of the crowd

Asking a bunch of non-scientists to help with your research, or to fund your latest project. More and more scientists at Maastricht University are doing this, because it allows them to undertake things that they normally wouldn’t have the time or the money for.

Theatre on scientific stumbling blocks

Theatre on scientific stumbling blocks

Science satire. Discussion theatre. That is how the play The ConScience App is characterised, which broaches the moral dilemmas in science. The theatre company will descend on Maastricht next Thursday.

“The cook is the pharmacologist of the future”

“The cook is the pharmacologist of the future”

Imagine you, a researcher, are given a bag of money, unlimited time and personnel. What research would you do? Professor Aalt Bast wants to show that the dividing line between medicines, nutrition and poison are no longer current.

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