Researcher Stories

International Day of Women and Girls in Science

On the occasion of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we had the chance to put some questions to these two special ladies. Both Ilse and Sofie pursue research focused on social media.

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Camilla Catarci Carteny

More and more packaging, not only for food, is made from so-called biodegradable plastic. It’s part of the ‘plastic soup’ that ends up in the ocean.

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Renée Bultijnck, from Ghent University, shares her international experience at the University of Sydney

Renée Bultijnck, from Ghent University, shares her international experience at the University of Sydney

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Anastasia Remes

Since September 2017 I’ve been enrolled as PhD student, or ‘PhD Researcher’, at the Department of History and Civilization of the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence.

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Julian Steele

Illuminating the future with new perovskite-based optical devices.

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Mathieu Boudin

Migration and mobility in the days of the Old Belgians

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Anand van Zelderen

How do people deal with being excluded from ‘elite’ groups?

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Ina De Jaeger

Renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind, are an excellent way of making society more sustainable.

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Elise Elsacker

How can we guide our societies into a new era of production which is no longer based on the extraction of raw materials and fossil fuels?

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Ifdal Elsaket

I joined the Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo in October of 2016 as assistant-director Arabic and Islamic Studies.

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