The potential of high resolution remote sensing for grassland conservation
The potential of high resolution remote sensing for grassland conservation (Laura Vanierschot)
MSI Seminar by Mirjam Van Praag (Copenhagen Business School)
(sandwiches will be provided)
KBI - Statistics and econometrics seminar by prof. Vanessa Berenguer-Rico (University of Oxford)
"Testing for normality in robust regressions"
This conference will bring researchers and clinicians studying T-cell leukemia together. An update will be given on recent advances in the research labs as well as in the clinic. The meeting will consists of keynote lectures given by invited speakers as well as of talks and posters selected from submitted abstracts.
EU Law Clinics 2016-2017
The K.U.Leuven offers its LL.M. students a series of legal clinics that are only open to LL.M. students and a limited number of professionals (mainly solicitors, European Commission officials and scholars).
These clinics offer a platform to discuss contemporary issues in small groups and meet experts in their specialisation. It may also be an opportunity to establish a network with prominent practitioners.
Distinguished legal and business practitioners, representatives of the authorities and academia have accepted the invitation to lead the clinics as guest lecturers.
Culture, Media & Society Lunch Seminar by Tamar Sharon
Theme: Four Provocations for the Googlization of Medical Research: The Common Good, Social Justice, Openness, Democracy
All students, researchers and alumni are very welcome at the following interdisciplinary lunch seminars on CULTURE, MEDIA & SOCIETY with internationally known speakers at the Faculty of Social Sciences.
The role of PFKFB4 in 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3-induced dendritic cell tolerogenicity
Research seminar by An-Sofie Vanherwegen
Justice and Priority Setting in Health Care. Intensive Course on Contemporary Ethical Issues regarding Choices in Health Care. 3rd Edition
In the spring of 2017, the Centre for Biomedical Ethics and Law (KU Leuven) organizes the third edition of the successful intensive course ‘Justice and Priority Setting in Health Care’. This course is an excellent occasion to reflect on present and future ethical challenges regarding choices in health care.