Radboud University Nijmegen

Radboud University Nijmegen

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Location: Nijmegen
Houtlaan 4, 6525 XZ Nijmegen



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Life Sciences - 17.07
Research Assistant (2 positions) Radboud University
Linguistics/Literature - 17.07
Postdoctoral Researcher Television Studies and Literature Education Radboud University
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Runomi officer Radboud University
Environment - 05.07
PhD Candidate: Biogeochemistry Radboud University
Computer Science - 25.06
PhD Candidate: Declarative Programming and the Internet of Things Radboud University
Life Sciences - 21.06
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Philosophy - 21.06
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Pedagogy - 19.06
Assistant / Associate Professor of Chemistry Education Radboud University


Cosmic fingerprints of sulfur rings

For the first time, a team of scientists from HFML-FELIX at Radboud University has unveiled the cosmic fingerprints of sulfur rings. These results, published in Nature Communications, may shed new light on the way sulfur was transported from dark interstellar clouds (where stars are formed) to young planetary systems and planets like Earth and Venus, and offers ways to search for cosmic sulfur using the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST).

Health - Jul 17

NWO Veni grants for research into privacy in criminal law, mining and malaria

The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded a Veni grant to fifteen young researchers at Radboud University and Radboud university medical hospital. With this grant of up to 320.000 euro they can further elaborate their own ideas during a period of three years.

Sport - Jul 3

’Open-washing’ generative AI: how Meta, Google and others feign openness

The past year has seen a steep rise in generative AI systems that claim to be open. But how open are they really? New research shows there's widespread practice of 'open-washing' by companies like Meta and Google: claiming brownie points for openness while evading actual scrutiny.

Bacteria of pest insect fool crops

The Southern green shield bug is a major problem for food production. The insect loves tomatoes, cucumbers and bell peppers and is responsible for up to 40 percent of crop losses.

Portrait as a symbol of Nijmegen’s involvement in slavery

Radboud University historian Dries Lyna and South African artist Kathryn Smith have created a portrait of an Indonesian 'former serf' who lived in Nijmegen 200 years ago.

Career - Jun 25

Informal care is difficult to combine with work

Informal care has a huge impact on your working life. Informal carers earn less per hour and are less satisfied with their job. This is the conclusion reached by sociologist Klara Raiber, who will defend her PhD dissertation at Radboud University on 2 July.

Chemistry - Jun 21

Climate promise green hydrogen may not always be fulfilled

Green hydrogen often, but certainly not always, leads to CO2 gains. This claim is based on research published in Nature Energy by Kiane de Kleijne from Radboud University and Eindhoven University of Technology.

Law - Jun 20

Human rights under pressure, but still effective

Human rights and the rule of law have been under pressure in recent years. On the one hand, human rights courts and monitoring bodies are increasingly challenged by populist politicians.

Environment - Jul 10

Rising sea levels spell danger for shorebirds such as oystercatcher

Research by James Cook University in Australia involving Radboud scientists shows that rising sea levels will drastically reduce the number of shorebirds in Europe.

Environment - Jul 2

Midnight sun on Svalbard: expedition to phytoplankton

On July 5, 2024, five researchers from Radboud University will travel to the far north to research climate change on Svalbard. For a week, the scientists, led by earth scientist Wytze Lenstra, will take samples of the sea floor and water column in one of the fjords.

Life Sciences - Jun 26

How AI can help blind people see

More than 40 million people worldwide are blind. Scientists are working to develop implants in the brain that will allow blind people to see a little, for example a pattern of a streetcar or a cyclist.

Environment - Jun 26

Fewer measurements required to determine level of pharmaceutical residues in wastewater due to new model

It is becoming increasingly obvious that pharmaceutical residues in wastewater are damaging to the environment, making it imperative that wastewater is tested for such residues.

Career - Jun 24

Consider embedding platform work in the job market

Platform work, such as driving for Uber or freelancing through Upwork, is booming, but it also raises questions about employment rights. A new EU directive should soon make it easier for platform workers to prove that they are not self-employed but employees.

Environment - Jun 21

Supporting the right small changes can have big impacts

Small changes in our everyday actions can trigger significant, rapid societal shifts especially when it comes to climate action. A new IIASA-led study highlights the importance of analyzing these dynamics with a comprehensive framework to harness their full potential for reducing carbon emissions.

Career - Jun 18

New book offers tools for better policy towards work-life balance

A good work-life balance looks different for everyone. Employees have to make choices about their work, leisure and caretaking obligations. But employers and organisations also have an important role to play in creating a healthy work culture. Radboud researchers from five different faculties have come up with concrete tools in their book, Maintaining a Sustainable Work-Life Balance.

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