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3 October parade
Leiden University will be taking part in the 3 October parade. Are you coming to watch?
Annual report CML 2016
In 2016, CML published over 90 papers, successfully crowdfunded the Living Lab project, celebrated a royal honour for associate professor Hans de Iongh and contributed to the Global Soil Biodiversity Atlas. CML awarded five PhDs and taught students from all over the world how to contribute to sustainability.…
Volume X 2016
Perspectives on Terrorism 2016
3 October University: big science for small people
‘I already gave a talk about planets when I was five.’ With the theme of the 3 October celebrations being ‘Jong geleerd is oud gedaan’ (meaning something like, ‘You’re never too young to learn’), this year’s 3 October University was especially for children. Many parents came with their offspring to…
In the overview below you can find the LUC Newsletters that were send out during block 3 and spring break in semester 2 of academic year 2019 - 2020.
- Dutch 3
- Persian 3
- Spanish 3
- Chinese 3
- French 3
- Russian 3
- Korean 3
Marieke Liem speaks at 3 October University
Every year Leiden University celebrates the lifting of the siege of 1574, with the 3 October University. This year the event will be held on the 4th of October between 11 am and 1 pm. Visit the tent in the city centre of Leiden, to hear three of our scientists talk about their research on the theme…
Never too young to learn: Leiden University in the 3 October parade
For the first time ever, a float from Leiden University is taking part in the Grand Parade during the Relief of Leiden or Leidens Ontzet. October 3 is one big party in Leiden, and the University is joining in big style to celebrate its 444th anniversary.
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- Volume 11 (2016)
- Japanese 3
Biosafety Level 3 laboratory
Within the Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) several research projects use pathogenic microorganisms of risk group 3. For working with these pathogens, the LUMC has a high containment research lab to safely perform the experiments for man and environment.
Herring, 3 October & Alumni worldwide
Do you remember the 3 October celebration during your study time in Leiden? And do you miss it every year, while living abroad?
The 3 Rs
We aim to keep experiments on animal to a minimum. We therefore assess every study whether full account has been taken to implement the 3 Rs: replace, reduce, refine. The Animal Welfare Body advises researchers on this. By training our staff and provide further courses, we are able to continuously…
- English 3
3 October University: ‘Artificial intelligence is like young people and sex’
‘Everyone’s talking about it, everyone thinks everyone else is doing it, but the reality is disappointing,’ says biochemist Gerard van Westen in his 3 October University lecture in the Van der Werfpark. In the full marquee, he gets a laugh with this suggestion that artificial intelligence is comparable…
Leiden University and '3 October Vereeniging' conclude covenant
On 11 November, Leiden University and the '3 October Vereeniging' confirmed their special relationship and collaboration in a covenant. This document lays down the way in which the two partners will be involved in the future celebration and commemoration of the Relief of Leiden.
P.N. van Eyckhof 3
P.N. van Eyckhof 3, Leiden
Children’s Rights Scholarship 3
Leiden University shows its face on 3 October
Leiden University celebrated the Relief of Leiden with the 3 October University. This year the University also took part in the festive parade, to promote 444.
Project 3: Traditions of Authority
One of the current research projects funded by the profile area Political Legitimacy is
Advanced Studies in International Children’s Rights October 2016 Newsletter
On early October, the Master of Laws: Advanced Studies in International Children’s Rights released its October Newsletter to its friends and partner networks.
EuDEco case study report (D1.3)
D1.3 describes a set of five case studies relevant in the context of the EuDEco project. Case studies are considered relevant if they are initiatives focusing on the promotion of big data and data reuse or pilots facilitating data reuse in one form or the other. The case studies were expected to allow…
Bakker, ‘Do liberal norms matter?’, Acta Politica 2016
An experimental comparison of the impact of liberal norms on a population residing and socialised within a democracy (the Netherlands) with a population in an autocracy (China) and their respective supports for war with another state shows that the level of liberal norms in the democratic experimental…
- Volume 3 (2008)
Step 3. What interests you?
Have you found a few programmes that interest you? Take the time to find out all there is to know about them.
Profile 3. Sources on Frisian medieval history
Due to the fact that the Frisian lands lacked major political centers in the Middle Ages and also because most of its monasteries suffered complete destruction in the second half of the 16th century, relatively few written documents concerning medieval Frisian history have survived. To analyze them…
- Week 3: 22–28 January
New portal helps students choose from 200 minors at 3 universities
As from April 2023 all students at Leiden University, Delft University of Technology and Erasmus University Rotterdam will start using the eduXchange portal to register for a minor.
Joop van Holsteyn & Tom Louwerse, The Dutch 2016 Referendum: Voice, No Exit
Political scientists Joop van Holsteyn and Tom Louwerse (Leiden University) find that the Dutch government is having a hard time coping with referendum outcomes in general, and ‘anti-European’ sentiments among voters in particular.
- Week 3: 19–25 January, 2020
- French 3+4 Intensive Summer Course
Journal of History 131.3: Dutch empire
The Dutch empire fulfilled the goals, interests and necessities of the central state, of the local elites and of the common man. This thematic issue of Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis goes beyond traditional views of the Empire as a ‘trading enterprise’, and argues that the Dutch empire, like all other…
- Spanish 3+4 Intensive Summer Course
Exhibitions LeidenGlobal 'Crafting Cultures' and '3 Leidsche Mondialen'
Arts and culture
3 October University: from Russian DNA to drug-related violence
In prehistoric times there was a huge wave of migration, from the steppes in Russia and Ukraine to West Europe. The newcomers’ genes began to dominate. Archaeology research in Leiden into burial mounds in the Veluwe and Utrechtse Heuvelrug areas of the Netherlands yielded this spectacular conclusion.…
- of Research – 2: Conceptualization, Research Questions, Composition (3 ECTS)
X Anniversary Convention of the Centre of Austrian Studies in November 2016 in Jerusalem
Impressions by Martin Küster, Master of Arts.
- Week 2–3 (16–31 January)
- Week 3: 22-29 January 2017
- Week 3: 20-27 January 2019
- Week 3: 21-27 January 2018
Movements: Bolivian State–Society Relations under Evo Morales, 2006–2016
Book by Soledad Valdivia Rivera