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NWO Groot funding for Leiden scientists
Leiden biology appreciated with large NWO grants
Fighting against chronic pain, a new project with participation of UAB
Vici grants for three Leiden researchers
Council of Europe protects children’s rights through action plan in biomedicine
Lecture Simone van der Hof at symposium Digital Transformation In Law & Society
LOFAR pioneers new way to study exoplanet environments
Will wind turbines take long track speed skaters to gold?
European Data Protection Supervisor about personal data protection in Europe
New insight into immune cell behaviour offers opportunities for cancer treatment
Helping low-income families in energy transition
Astroonomers discover potential near-Earth objects
Workshop ‘Law, Rights, and Governance in Africa. A look to Future’
Translating science into treatments for rare metabolic disorders
Disturbing perfection: study shows power of “disrupted” materials
Leiden University supports amici curiae brief in U.S. case about detention of immigrant children
Ebola-on-a-chip: Leiden scientists against a fatal virus
Cyber offenders: unique profile, unique approach?
City as an urban mine
New TRAFIG publication Governing protracted displacement: What access to solutions for forcibly displaced people?
Peter Rodrigues on best interests of child in transnational families
NWO grant for smart software that searches for new medicines
Transforming Research Excellence: New Ideas from Global South
Peculiar effect of a small error
Roughening of a platinum electrode
Christa Tobler Participates in a panel on topic “Framework Agreement CH-EU: What happens after termination initiative?
Annual public ILS Lecture: Jurisdiction and Territorialisation of Extraterritorial
How do you tell story of eighteenth century princesses?
New publication: Marrying Young in Indonesia: Voices, Laws and Practices
Altruism in bacteria: colonies divide work
A fatty solution for eczema
Oxygen line opens new perspective on far universe
4-year European Data Protection Board (EDPB) framework contract to eLaw’s research on implications of GDPR
‘It will be much easier without British’
Ten million euros for unlocking novel technologies in structural biology
Ilze Bot receives prestigious grant from Dutch Heart Foundation
Parade of creative science communication products
New book out: Monitoring Children’s Rights in Netherlands
Call for Abstracts for conference on extradiction and surrender (14-15 May 2020)
NWO grant for optimal design of complex and distributed cyber-physical systems
Detecting pediatric cancer with bacteria
‘We’re a spaceship with limited supplies’
Clara van Dam speaks at VI RIDE conference 2019 in Madrid
A unique perspective on (pre)historical migration using linguistics
Lara Weiss: ‘Egypt is not just pyramids and mummies’
Niko Tinbergen lecture 2019: Stem cells, mini organs and eternal life
Leiden Centre on East African Law trains East-African Competition Commissioners
PhD defence: critical reflections on law and question of animal