This year's Ammodo Science Award for Groundbreaking Research in the domain of Humanities was awarded, in part, to Tamar Sharon, professor of Philosophy, Digitalization and Society at Radboud University and her colleagues at iHub.
Ioannis Sechopoulos, researcher at the Department of Imaging of the Radboudumc, receives a Vici grant of 1.5 million euros. He will conduct research into improving tomosynthesis, an X-ray examination that radiologists use to detect breast cancer.
Jeroen van der Laak has been appointed Professor of Computational Pathology at the Radboudumc / Radboud University as of 1 February 2022. He develops artificial intelligence (AI) for the analysis of digitized tissue sections.
The Jacobs Foundation has awarded a grant of CHF 2 million (€1.9 million) to Professors Sanna Järvelä and Inge Molenaar at the University of Oulu, Finland and Radboud University, the Netherlands, to set up a global collaborative research center.
Most forms of industrial CO2 utilisation do not reduce emissions sufficiently to comply with the Paris Agreement. And forms that would be able to halve emissions by 2030 are often not market-ready, conclude scientists from Radboud University.
The reforms after the financial crisis of 2008 led to a greater intertwining of national and European rules and supervision. But ambiguity about where banks can challenge the rules and supervision could lead to new problems and risks.
Migrants with a higher socio-economic position feel less connected with the Netherlands than migrants with a lower socio-economic position. Nella Geurts illustrates in her dissertation why this is not as paradoxical as it seems.
Radboud University's Global Data Lab is involved in the development of a Climate Vulnerability Monitor. This monitor will identify how vulnerable developing countries are to climate change, and which social factors may play a role in this.
In the new Keuzegids Masters 2022, eleven Radboud University Master's programmes score above average compared to the national average. The Molecular Mechanisms of Disease master's programme was even assessed as excellent.
In the past few weeks it has become clear to me that the following words are in any case characteristic of our university: openness, professionalism, pride in the university, greatness, freedom in scientific research and education, diversity.
All over the world, parents sing songs and recite rhymes to their young children. Researchers have known for some time that this has a stimulating or calming effect on babies, but it turns out that babies are also sensitive to the language patterns.
In languages spoken around the world, words describing rough surfaces are highly likely to feature a ‘trilled /r/’ sound – a linguistic pattern that stretches back over 6,000 years, a new study reveals.
How often does it happen that around the turn of the year we think that the new year will bring positive changes? That we will do things differently, even better. However, that positivity often fades away quickly in the first few days of the year.
A substantial majority of prisoners around the world experience psychological problems, yet authorities do little to address this issue. A new volume edited by Piet Hein van Kempen and Maartje Krabbe from Radboud University highlights this.
85 percent of the references in educational research articles are substantively correct. This is the conclusion that Ard Lazonder and Noortje Janssen of Radboud University reached after analysing 500 articles from 244 different educational journals.