An international team of researchers including Prof. Badri Krishnan at Radboud University has verified an important property of black holes known as the no-hair theorem using gravitational wave observations.
This week, equipment has been stolen from lecture halls four times. To prevent more theft, extra surveillance has been deployed and rooms will be closed more often. If you are see something suspicious, there are several things you can do.
The Glass House of 3FM Serious Request will stand on Nijmegen's Grote Markt from 18 to 24 December 2023. Radboud University and wholeheartedly support this initiative. Here you can read how to set up an action.
Ritu Kapur has been appointed as a professor of Digital Biomarkers of Neurological Diseases at Radboud university medical center. Kapur is developing wearable sensors, such as those found in a smartwatch, to better understand neurological disorders.
Salt batteries can store summer heat to be used in winter, but which salt works best for the purpose? On 19 December, Lian Blijlevens will defend her PhD thesis on her research into salt for heat storage at Radboud University.
Depression is common among young people, but this target group often does not get the help they need. Books, exercise, and other depression prevention programmes do not achieve the envisioned results for everyone, but video games might help.
On Saturday 2 December, large-scale maintenance will be carried out on the Radboud University network. As a result, Radboud University IT systems will be disrupted a few times on that day. This may cause you inconvenience.
Jan Giesbers, Rector Magnificus of the then Catholic University of Nijmegen from 1982 to 1987, passed away on 14 November. He will be remembered as an administrator who steered the University through the 1980s in an amiable yet decisive manner.
Dorine Gebbink will start on 1 December as Secretary of the University and the Supervisory Board. She will also be leading the Administration Office. After a period as deputy, she will permanently take over from Marijke Pe on 1 December.
An international team of astronomers, co-led by Michiel Min (SRON), has discovered a silicate-based weather system on a fluffy gas planet around the star WASP-107. It is the first time that scientists find clouds and rain made of sand.