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