Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Universiteit Leiden
871 followers -
Discover the world at Leiden University.
Discover the world at Leiden University.

871 followers
About
Universiteit Leiden's posts

Post has attachment
Judi Mesman receives NWO-Vici grant - LUC Dean Prof. dr. Judi Mesman has been awarded the NWO-Vici grant for her project on racial socialization within a family context.

Post has attachment
Frontiers of Children's Rights in the ASEAN Region - From 23 to 27 January 2017, the Child Law Department and the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies of Leiden Law School organized the first regional edition of the Leiden University Frontiers of Children’s Rights Summer School. The Frontiers of Children’s Rights in the ASEAN Region was set up under the supervision of Prof. Ton Liefaard, UNICEF Chair in Children’s Rights at Leiden Law School in cooperation with the Faculty of Law ...

Post has attachment
'Masterchefs from the Middle Ages' - Joanita Vroom, Associate Professor Archaeology, regularly tries out old recipes, together with a group of Archaeology students. 'You really need to love garlic.'

Post has attachment
Laura Steenbergen and Christian Eistrup win Leiden FameLab - Which young scientists are best at explaining their research in three minutes and can take part in the national finals? These questions were answered on 14 February in the Academy Building. Researchers Laura Steenbergen (cognitive neurosciences) and Christian Eistrup (astronomy) impressed the judges.

Post has attachment
Jorrit Rijpma speaks at the Odysseus Network Conference in Brussels

Post has attachment
Interaction between private and public law: Family law from a socio-legal perspective

Post has attachment
CSM-Students win role play in course ‘Governance of Crime and Social Disorder’

Post has attachment
Master’s Open Day: “We want to enhance our prospects on the job market”

Post has attachment
One-way traffic for motion in new material - Scientists have developed a material that breaks one of the fundamental principles governing many physical systems. Ordinary materials transmit external forces equally, no matter where the pressure comes from. The newly developed material breaks this rule and could potentially be of interest in soft-robotics or shock absorption related applications. Publication on February 13 in Nature.

Post has attachment
‘The environment isn't such a big issue in our house' - On 10 Friday, 'Warm Sweater Day', the central heating in University buildings was set a few degrees lower. Those who are not so warm-blooded could take comfort knowing that there are students who are deliberately keeping the heating turned down the whole winter.
Wait while more posts are being loaded