In light of current developments relating to the corona crisis, the challenges we face in a globalized and connected world become all the more apparent. EUniWell is active in research on health and well-being to help cope with the severe and multifold impact of the corona crisis on our collective and individual well-being and societal development. Also, find here our regularly updated blog.
Recent protests to end anti-black racism have heightened awareness of the structural roots of racism and its persistence in societies all over the globe.
This event is organised by the EUniWell Seed Funding Call 1 project group Enriched Reality for Education and Well-Being (EREdWeb)
The Erasmus+ App is a milestone in the development of the European Student Card. It will be launched in an online event on January 28th from 2pm – 3:30pm (CET).
Researchers from Birmingham, Florence and Leiden who were successful in the first seed funding call are launching an online meeting for collaborative research on Friday 29th January from 10:00-12:30 CET / 9:00-11:30 am GMT
A research group from Linnaues University led by Ian Nicholls and Per Nilsson is developing a more reliable and more detailed testing of the immune system.
Professor Michaela Mahlberg from the University of Birmingham will be joining Professor Beatrix Busse’s team at the University of Cologne as a visiting professor between January and August 2021 to accelerate research and education cooperation.
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