Young talents

How healthy is globalisation? - Maud Huynen

Written by Sunday, 15 January 2006 10:21
Maud Huynen occupies herself with our health in the future. She works at ICIS, one of the research institutes of Universiteit Maastricht. She finds it a challenging environment, in which she is offered the opportunity to elaborate her own ideas and try new things.

Depicting skin - Mieneke te Hennepe

Written by Sunday, 15 January 2006 00:00
Medical illustrations can also tell special stories from history Mieneke te Hennepe analyses old medical and scientific illustrations of the skin. Sometimes these are horrifying, but they can also reveal special stories in our history. “Our image of the skin has changed over time. While in the beginning of the…

How complete is complete? - Nicole Kornet

Written by Sunday, 15 January 2006 00:00
Harmonisation of contract law in Europe We conclude a contract and then everything is arranged. However, the practice is often more elaborate. Nicole Kornet on judges in the Netherlands, Germany and England and the importance of the Ius Commune Research School. “Contracting parties regularly leave certain issues unregulated. In the…
Which brain areas are involved in the association of letters and spoken sounds? Cognitive neuroscience is a relatively new field, says Nienke van Atteveldt. It is a discipline that tries to unravel the relationship between the brain and behaviour. And Maastricht University is a great place to do that.
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