Overzicht Seminarie

Communication used by social insects for reproductive division of labour

20
jan
2017

door : Dr. Jelle van Zweden, Laboratory of Socioecology and Social Evolution

MSI brown bag seminar by Daniel Neicu

24
jan
2017

Title: “Off the Beaten Path: What Drives Scientists’ Entry into New Fields?”
(sandwiches will be provided)

MSI Seminar by Rick Aalbers (University of Nijmegen)

09
feb
2017

Title:

“When Teams Are More Creative than Individuals: A Multi-Method Study”

 

(sandwiches will be provided)

MSI brown bag seminar by Francesca Melillo

21
feb
2017

Title: “Back to the Future: why do Entrepreneurs become Boomerang Employee?”

(sandwiches will be provided)

VIB Conference: Revolutionizing Next- Generation Sequencing

20
mrt
2017

Submit your abstract and join Revolutionizing Next- Generation Sequencing (2nd Edition). 20-21 March 2017 Antwerp, BE

Abstract submission deadline: 20 January
Early Bird registration ends: 06 February

Culture, Media & Society Lunch Seminar by Tamar Sharon

20
mrt
2017

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.

International Seminar - The Role of Buddhism in (inter)cultural Mediation and Dialogue: Sinofication, Modernization and Secularization

18
mei
2017

The diaspora of Buddhism is one of the most noticeable phenomena in world civilization. Buddhism has now become an influential world religion outside its birthplace India. Moreover, ever since Mahayana Buddhism came to China from India via the silkroad, it has been influencing several East Asian countries or areas, including China, Japan and Korea (via China), Tibet and Mongolia, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Meanwhile, the Buddhist doctrine or tenets interacted or conflicted with Chinese culture and even created great transformation in the Chinese culture and society.

International Seminar - The Role of Buddhism in (inter)cultural Mediation and Dialogue: Sinofication, Modernization and Secularization

19
mei
2017

The diaspora of Buddhism is one of the most noticeable phenomena in world civilization. Buddhism has now become an influential world religion outside its birthplace India. Moreover, ever since Mahayana Buddhism came to China from India via the silkroad, it has been influencing several East Asian countries or areas, including China, Japan and Korea (via China), Tibet and Mongolia, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Meanwhile, the Buddhist doctrine or tenets interacted or conflicted with Chinese culture and even created great transformation in the Chinese culture and society.

MSI brown bag seminar by Bart Leten

06
jun
2017

Title: “Technological capabilities and product diversification strategies”
(sandwiches will be provided)

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