102nd Dies Natalis focusses on global health

Thursday, 8 October 2015

'Global health' is the theme of the 102nd Dies Natalis of Erasmus University Rotterdam on Monday 9 November 2015. On the occasion of this anniversary of the university two eminent scholars will receive honorary doctorates awarded by the Doctorate Board: Professor Paul J. Gertler (University of California) because of his research contributions to the economic evaluation of the impact of health care finance, and Professor John P.A. Ioannidis (Stanford School of Medicine at Stanford University) because of the global orientation of his research and his broad and critical view on research in general.

‘Collaboration between corporates and startups is the key to enhancing Holland’s innovative capacity’

Monday, 5 October 2015

Henk Kamp, Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs, Neelie Kroes (StartupDelta) and the Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship (ECE) of the Erasmus University Rotterdam will bring hundreds of startups and corporates together on the How To Get There Summit on 19 November 2015 in Rotterdam. During the largest innovation event of this year, the best entrepreneurial minds of the Netherlands come together: from startup founders to CEOs and from professors to the Dutch Minister. Combining the powers of these stakeholders on a national level will enhance the innovative capacity of the Netherlands.

TTIP and the future of the democratic state

Monday, 5 October 2015

Young Erasmus, together with the Erasmus Institute for Public Knowledge, organises on Friday 16 October 2015 an afternoon of debate, dialogue and reflection aimed at identifying the major sources of controversy surrounding the Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership (TTIP).