Facing increasing problems from emigration, Albania is trying to stop the depopulation of rural areas. As Italy is one of the main migration destinations for Albanians, Italy and Albania now work hand in hand in raising recognition and for value for Albanian cultural heritage.
During this conversation, tandem scholars Dr. Silke Hackenesch from the University of Cologne and Dr. Tiffany Florvil from the University of New Mexico will contextualize last year’s Black Lives Matter protests in Germany and the US, both of which were accelerated by technology and social media.
Emmanuelle Bousquet is beginning her second term as Vice-President for Culture at the University of Nantes.
The eHealth Institute of Linnaeus University together with Gunnar Cedersund are hosting a seminar on the concept of the digital twin and how one can look inside one’s body and create a digital image of oneself. The seminar is scheduled for February 25th (Thursday) from 2:30 pm till 4 pm (CET).
Intercomprehension enables anyone to understand all the languages within a common family, thereby promoting equal exchange, where no one is at a linguistic disadvantage
Leiden University celebrated its 446th Dies Natalis on 8 February. On this special day former Rector Professor Carel Stolker transferred the rectorate to Professor Hester Bijl. She is the first female Rector Magnificus of Leiden University.
In cooperation with the ECB and the Scientific Technical Secretariat of the National Observatory for Rural Landscape the University of Florence has investigated the possible correlation of the spread of Covid-19 and level of socio-economic development in the area.
The European University for Well-Being (EUniWell) has secured extra funding for a Europe-wide project to boost research partnerships and support young researchers in developing their careers.
Thanks to a £40,000 grant of the Art Fund’s Respond & Reimagine scheme, the Barber Institute launches the innovative ‘Nurse in Residence’ scheme as part of its Barber Health project
The Nuit Blanche des Chercheurs (NBC, Researchers’ Night) is an all-night-event during which the University of Nantes combines science with culture and a festive spirit. This year, for the first time due to the pandemic, it will take place online on February 11th, 2021, from 18:00 CET to ca. 23:00…
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.
Roméo Dallaire was appointed this years Cleveringa Professor at Leiden University. The retired Lieutenant-General (Canadien Forces) was the chief of the UN peacekeeping mission in Rwanda in 1994. He talks about the Genocide in Rwanda and the traumatic experiences. General Dellaire will hold his…
Don’t forget to save the 3rd and 4th November for the 6th annual Big Data conference, hosted by Linnaeus University, Sweden!
The seven universities Birmingham, Cologne, Florence, Leiden, Linneaus, Nantes and Semmelweis successfully started their journey to become a truly European University on 17th November 2020.
On 11th November 2020, the University of Cologne signed the cooperation agreement with the famous World Holocaust Remembrance Center in Israel. Announcing the signing on November 9th, the commemoration day of the Kristallnacht pogroms, comes along with the importance of this date for the history of…
Artificial intelligence (AI) models are now capable of collecting and analysing enormously large datasets in ways that are challenging fundamental values embraced within Europe and the United States.
The Global South Studies Center (GSSC) of the University of Cologne is doing a web-talk series about the future of mobility in a post-covid world. How does the Virus change our understanding of mobility, both physical and digital?
One of the main goals of EUniWell is to improve the well-being of students, staff and researchers within each university and the consortium. The University of Leiden gives a great example of how to use the placebo effect in well-being during their “Healthy University Week” from October 26th to 30th.
University of Birmingham experts in Computer Science and Medicine worked with the Institute for Global Innovation to create the database, which includes all disciplines of research, including health-related, socio-economic, behavioural, educational, cultural, science and technology.
The new, single-step PCR test developed by a Hungarian-owned molecular diagnostic company can detect SARS-CoV2 more simply and rapidly.
University of Cologne Vice-Rector Prof. Dr. Beatrix Busse emphasizes the responsibility of universities for sustainability
University of Birmingham researcher Prof. David Hannah conducted a study together with Irena Creed (University of Saskatchewan) and other scientists, emphasizing the effects of monoculture in forestation and agriculture on our water systems
Is there a problem if we are using digital devices, such as our smartphones, extensively?
We are happy to announce the International Symposium for Health Information Management Research (ISHIMR) taking place 17–18 September 2020 as an online conference at Linnaeus University
Biotech XENOTHERA, University Hospital of Nantes and the EUniWell partner Université de Nantes have signed a consortium agreement to support XAV-19, XENOTHERA’s anti-COVID-19 treatment, intended for patients at the beginning of hospitalization.
EUniWell, the European University for Well-Being, has been selected as one of 24 new European Universities under the second call of the European Universities programme!
Sophie Brouard, CNRS Research Director at the Centre de recherche en transplantation et immunologie at EUniWell partner Université de Nantes, receives the CNRS 2020 Innovation Medal. Since 2011, the CNRS Innovation Medal rewards researchers whose exceptional research work has led to ground breaking…
EUniWell partner University of Florence has honoured the world famous pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim with an honorary degree in International Relations and European Studies.
Seven interuniversity and interdisciplinary projects will be funded in the first EUniWell Seed Funding Call. The call was launched to promote innovative projects in education, research and management and to bring together researchers, students, educators, and administrators from our seven…
Watch the video of EUniWell’s inaugural EUniWell Policy Commission event here!
EUniWell’s inaugural International Policy Commission event will be chaired by Stefano Manservisi, former Director-General of the European Commission’s Directorate General for International Cooperation and Development.
As a EUniWell university, the University of Cologne is committed to future well-being. Two of its Collaborative Research Centres working on challenges addressed by EUniWell’s research arenas have now received millions in further funding.
With its new Science Diplomacy Fund, the Dutch Research Council (NWO) supports scientific activities which foster international exchange and can potentially improve the Netherlands’ relation with the respective partner countries. Nine projects at Leiden University are now being funded.
The Athena SWAN Foundation has given two of its renowned awards to the University of Birmingham. Birmingham School of Engineering has achieved an Athena SWAN Bronze Award for the first time, while the University of Birmingham has had its 2014 Bronze Award renewed.
The first results of the CORONADO study (CORONAvirus SARS-CoV2 and Diabetes Outcomes), sponsored by Nantes University Hospital, have just been released in 'Diabetologia'.
On Thursday, 21 May, from 5 – 6 p.m. (CET) Prof. Dr. Beatrix Busse, Vice-Rector for Teaching and Studies at the University of Cologne, will host a panel discussion as part of the ICAME 41 Heidelberg Digital Conference. From the University of Birmingham, she will be joined by Prof. Dr. Michaela…
As four Hungarian medical schools undertake a nationwide representative Covid-19 testing project, Semmelweis University takes the lead.
The Linnaeus Student Wellfare Office invites all interested persons to a free online meditation session every Wednesday
All EUniWell employees are invited to take part in a special free online course offered by UniSport Cologne. The weekly sports break is available beginning May 14. Learn more and find the application link here!
Professor Richard Gill (Leiden University) gives insights into the Corona situation from a statistical mathematician’s perspective and explains how the Netherlands National Institute for Public Health and the Environment compiles its statistics.
The COVARDS project led by Pr Antoine Roquilly at the University Hospital Nantes has been selected for the Flash-CoViD-19 Call
The initial evaluation phase of the first EUniWell Seed Funding Call has been completed
On 26 February 2020, EUniWell submitted its application for the second call of the European Union’s ‘European Universities’ programme.
On 17 February 2020, our rectors, vice-chancellors, vice-rectors, project managers, and student representatives came together in Birmingham to officially endorse EUniWell’s mission statement. Moreover, representatives of our student panel presented their vision of a European University for…
The EUniWell student panel met in Birmingham on 16 February 2020 to discuss the students’ role in EUniWell’s governance structure and to officially constitute themselves as the EUniWell Student Board.
An exciting event for EUniWell students took place in Leiden from 31 January to 1 February 2020. Student representatives from all 7 partner universities met at Leiden’s PLNT Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship to take part in a 24-hour design challenge and formulate the students’ vision for…
EUniWell’s rectors and vice-chancellors met in Cologne on January 14th, 2020, to discuss EUniWell’s long-term vision and the implementation of our strategic transformation.
On December 16th 2019, students, researchers, administrators and Vice-Rectors from all 7 university partners came together in Cologne for a design thinking workshop.