Innovative Data Science research project wins award

A research project titled ‘Intelligent games for assessing cognitive, social and physical capacities of elderly and children’ was awarded a prize at Maastricht University’s Pre-Dies Natalis symposium ‘The Future of a Data-Driven Society’ held on Thursday. Also at the symposium, Claudia Egher was declared the winner of the ‘visionary essay competition’. The winning project’s  main…

New fund for Women’s Studies

With the recent establishment of the Queen of Hearts Fund, researchers at Maastricht University are putting the focus on women’s health. Precisely because cardiovascular diseases are the most common cause of mortality among Dutch women, they deserve our full attention. During pregnancy, which they position as a biological stress test, the researchers will look for…

Successful University Dinner

The annual Maastricht University Dinner took place on 19 April. Held in the provincial government building of Limburg, the dinner allows Maastricht University to meet with companies and institutions from Limburg and the southern region of the Netherlands which support and collaborate with the university. The dinner is hosted by the Limburg University Fund/SWOL and…

Better balance thanks to Zweit Veur Leid

175 students, employees and sponsors of Maastricht University participated in Zweit Veur Leid last Sunday. The charity run opened with a spectacular warming up in the Geusselt Stadium and followed a stretch of Maastricht’s green mile. The University Fund Limburg raise funds for a project entitled ‘A Chance for Balance; focusing on people with severe vestibular problems’. Under the…