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Erasmus Campus Festival - a highly varied programme

On Saturday 24 May 2014 , in its centennial year, Erasmus University Rotterdam is organizing an Erasmus Campus Festival with a highly varied programme. On the same day the sports event Generation Games will be held on Woudestein campus. The programme includes about sixty mini-lectures, workshops, experiments, tests, demonstrations, games, guided tours and peeks behind the scenes. Visitors of all ages are warmly welcome. 

Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Grote kansen medische voedingsmarkt

De markt voor medische voeding biedt veel kansen voor de toekomst. Er zit veel potentieel in producten die worden gebruikt bij behandeling van ziektebeelden, een gevolg van de toename in wetenschappelijk bewijs, technologische ontwikkeling en een grote behoefte bij patiënten. Dat concludeert Tamar Weenen in haar proefschrift ‘De oorsprong en ontwikkeling van de medische voedingsindustrie’. Ze verdedigt haar proefschrift donderdag 24 april 2014 aan de Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam.

Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Increasing international Impact and Relevance

Increasing the international impact and relevance by intensifying cooperation. This forms the central tenet of Erasmus University Rotterdam’s new strategic plan Impact & Relevance. Even more than now, the university will seek cooperation up to and including 2018. This is necessary in order to be a top university that contributes to the quality of society.

Thursday, 10 April 2014

Increasing international Impact and Relevance (kopie 1)

Increasing the international impact and relevance by intensifying cooperation. This forms the central tenet of Erasmus University Rotterdam’s new strategic plan Impact & Relevance. Even more than now, the university will seek cooperation up to and including 2018. This is necessary in order to be a top university that contributes to the quality of society.

Thursday, 10 April 2014

Russell Shorto will deliver Mandeville Lecture 2014

This year’s Mandeville Lecture will be delivered by the American writer, historian and journalist Russell Shorto. From January 2008 to November 2013, Shorto served as Director of the John Adams Institute in Amsterdam, which was established to promote the American culture in the Netherlands.  The Mandeville Lecture is a special honorary doctorate of Erasmus University Rotterdam. 

Wednesday, 9 April 2014