Research projects

Result 1 - 20 of 424 results
  • AI analysing human voice

    Responsible AI for Voice Diagnostics (RAIVD)

    The goal of this project is to develop responsible AI for voice diagnostics that will bridge both a capability and a responsibility gap.

  • Avicenna Live (ALIVE)

    ALIVE explores a unique set of essential yet hitherto widely neglected source texts for the immediate context of Avicenna’s intellectual development and offers a new digital approach to the study of diverse and difficult textual corpora.

  • Protestbord Climate Action Now. Afbeelding van Filmbetrachter van Pixabay

    Achieving High-Integrity Voluntary Climate Action (ACHIEVE)

    The ACHIEVE research project will identify opportunities to strenghten and scale up voluntary climate action, to achieve a worldwide net-zero society by 2050.

  • Volksvermaak op het Bairamfeest, Jan Luyken, 1681

    Visualizing Gravity

    The PhD project investigates the conceptualisation of gravity in visual arts, before and after Isaac Newton’s treatise of 1687.

  • Hearing Conflicts (HEARCON)

    Hearing Conflicts (HEARCON)

    This research brings together an interdisciplinary team of scholars employing creative methodologies to explore museological strategies for contending with colonial histories and “difficult knowledge.”

  • Politics

    Handbook of Environmental Political Theory in the Anthropocene

    Machin and Wissenburg oversee the composition and editing of some 40 chapters by 50-60 renowned authors in environmental political theory and related disciplines for a handbook that will be published by Edward Elgar in late 2023 or early 2024.

  • Ruud Lubbers spreekt de Tweede Kamer toe

    Biography Ruud Lubbers (1939-2018)

    Ruud Lubbers (1939-2018) was the longest-serving prime minister to date and, moreover, was so during a crucial period in the Netherlands. CPG researchers are now writing a critical, scholarly biography based on new insights.

  • Demonstratie van het landelijk WAO Comité, op het Binnenhof, tegen de bezuinigingen op uitkeringen, 4 november 1982

    New Pragmatism and the Disappearance of Old Ideological Divisions in the Long Eighties

    In 2023, the CPG began a new research project on politics in the long 1980s and during the Lubbers cabinets (1982-1994) that will result in a new volume (volume 11) of the Parliamentary History Series.

  • Tijs Karman

    ‘I am curious to find out what is going on in simple molecular collisions’

    We interviewed Tijs Karman about his scientific background, research focus and goals within the Institute for Molecules and Materials (IMM) of Radboud University.

  • MRI

    The uNMR-NL Grid

    The uNMR-NL consortium has been a Roadmap 2020 grant for the development of advanced instrumentation and new experimental techniques.

  • drug screening


    In the ERC Synergy project Highly Informative Drug Screening by Overcoming NMR Restrictions (HiSCORE) the research team will develop an information-rich high-throughput drug screening methodology.

  • PANACEA project logo


    The PANACEA project is a public-private and interdisciplinary collaboration with academic and industrial organisations aiming to provide access to instrumentation and experiments in solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to European chemists.

  • Tekst uit een boek van het onderzoek PASSIM

    PASSIM project

    PASSIM studies the medieval reception of the Latin sermons preached by the Early Church Fathers, using a digital network of manuscripts.

  • Roel Dullens benoemd tot hoogleraar Fysische Chemie van Zachte Materialen

    'Physical Chemistry of Soft Matter: Cooking, Looking and Tweezing’

    We interviewed Roel Dullens about his scientific background, research focus and goals within the Institute for Molecules and Materials (IMM) of Radboud University.

  • Offences dependent on administrative norms

    This PhD research project focuses on the interaction between criminal law and administrative law and seeks possible solutions to fundamental and dogmatic problems.

  • photonic


    The SYNOPTICS programme will adopt a unique synoptic approach by using all properties of light: amplitude, phase, polarisation and multi-wavelength, to achieve breakthroughs in optical resolution and sensitivity.

  • agriculture foods


    The MAX-FRESH project is developing the ISS-Monitor, a sensor to detect spoilage in fresh produce, potentially reducing waste by 50%, extending storage life, and generating €110M post-2023.

  • Spain’s Años del Hambre

    This subproject, conducted by Dr Gloria Román Ruiz, investigates the legacies of the Spanish Years of Hunger (1939–1952).

  • Teaching Ireland’s Great Famine

    This project examines past and present educational materials and practices in primary and secondary education, museums and other heritage institutes.

  • Conflicting Legacies of Hunger in Germany

    This research project investigates educational mediations of German hunger conditions during and after World War I and World War II in Germany, from 1919 till the present.