Almost all Randwyck research stopped

Almost all Randwyck research stopped

The Faculty of Psychology and Neurosciences and research institute CAPHRI and have discontinued nearly all their research. CARIM is running a few ‘vital processes’ and are doing their utmost to keep laboratory animals and cells that are being cultivated alive as well as possible. At UNU-MERIT in the city centre, it is largely business as usual, so most researchers are continuing to work. From home of course.

Underwater piglet experiment creates a fuss

Underwater piglet experiment creates a fuss

MAASTRICHT. Dutch YouTuber Emile Beuker recently posted a short film on his video channel Finding stuff. It showed piglets that he had discovered during a dive in the Stootersplas in North Holland. Dead piglets in cages under water. What appeared to be the case? Forensic research is being carried out by Maastricht University. Social media were swamped with threats directed at the scientist.

No press release about migrant research because of Wilders and Baudet?

No press release about migrant research because of Wilders and Baudet?

Does the department of Marketing and Communication take political considerations into account when they choose whether or not to issue a press release? A study about migrants was not widely publicised at the beginning of this year, because populists might catch on and abuse it. No, that was not the reason, says the spokesmen.

Yes, 100 per cent open access is possible

Yes, 100 per cent open access is possible

Open access publishing has skyrocketed over the past few years. Large publishers have come around and the accessible journals are on the rise. But how is the UM doing? How many Maastricht publications are available to everyone? Do young researchers do it too or just those who have already made it? It's Open Access Week again, organised by the University Library.

“Let yourself get involved in their lives, rather than engaging them in your research”

“Let yourself get involved in their lives, rather than engaging them in your research”

MAASTRICHT. Helping researchers who want to do community-engaged research and showcase what is already happening at Maastricht University. That is the aim of the Maastricht Platform for Community-Engaged Research (MPCER). During the launch event at Lumière last Thursday, the pitfalls and challenges of this kind of research were discussed.

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