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evaluation of spirocyclic antagonists of CCR2 (chemokine CC receptor subtype 2)
Source: Bioorg Med Chem, Volume 23, Issue 14, pp. 4034-49 (2015)
Faculty of Humanities
Cas van der Horst
Cas ten Hooven
An Auteur in Constant Flux:Investigating Transboundary Cinema in Tunç Okan’s Trilogy of Migration
How do we define the works of a film director whose films cross many established boundaries at once?
CRISPR Cas-induced targeted mutagenesis with Agrobacterium mediated protein delivery
The RNA guided endonuclease based on the CRISPR/Cas system of Streptococcus pyogenus is a potent new tool for genome engineering in plants.
Polysémie et structuration du lexique: le cas du wolof
Emphasizing on the key role of polysemy in forming the lexicon is the main goal to be achieved in this dissertation paper. The paper suggests a qualitative evaluation of polysemy in comparing it with other relations that form the lexicon. The research confirms that the polysemic links must not be modeled…
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Archaeology of Syria – From Complex Hunter-Gatherers to Early Urban Societies (ca. 16,000 -300 BC)
This book is the first comprehensive presentation of the archaeology of Syria from the end of the Paleolithic period to 300 BC.
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natural history and questions of demarcation in eighteenth-century Europe (ca. 1680–1820)
On the28th of September Didi van Trijp successfully defended a doctoral thesis and graduated.
- Japanese 2
Sweetie 2.0 is a research project commissioned by Terre des Hommes on online child sex tourism and criminal law.
regionalization in Ancient Egypt during the second intermediate period, ca. 1775-1550 BC
On the 23rd of June Arianna Sacco successfully defended a doctoral thesis and graduated.
Giovanni Girolamo Kapsperger (ca. 1581 – 1651) : Betrachtungen zu seinem Leben und Umfeld, seiner Vokalmusik und seinem praktischen Material
The thesis presents a new perspective on Giovanni Girolamo Kapsperger (ca.1580-1651), who is nowadays only famous for his works for theorbo and lute, his remarkable output of vocal music of all genres being still mostly neglected from musicologists and performers.
creation and continuation of court-city relations in the Low Countries (ca. 1430-1503)
In this project diverse aspects of the duchesses’ roles in the complex and dynamic relations between town and crown are studied on the basis of systematic research in the account books of four cities (Ghent, Bruges, Leuven and Mechelen) in the Burgundian Netherlands (ca. 1430-1503).
Summer School Global and European Labour Law: Labour Law in Flux
From 15-19 July 2019, the department of Labour Law hosted the first Global & European Labour Law Summer School. Participants from 10 different nationalities and 3 different continents joined the Summer School.
of Living Nature: Dynamics of Intermedial Recording in Text and Image (ca. 1550-1670)
This project investigates the transposition of natural historical material, knowledge and vision, between different media (collection, scientific drawing, academic texts, the visual arts and/or literature) – a transmission that happens in the borderline between the traditional, emblematic worldview…
In the Wijnhaven building is room 2.64, designed to facilitate collaborative work. Circular tables hold up to 8 people. The room has 3 separate projection points which can be cast using a wireless USB dongle and desktop application. This room is listed in ZRS and can be booked (for certain faculties)…
On the second floor of the Lipsius building is room 2.17, an active classroom designed with a capacity of 24 for active, group-based classwork. From 2019, the room will be part of the ZRS system and can be booked by the Humanities faculty and Humanities Service Desk.
Social media in the Chinese context. To what extent do these mobilise people to act, and what kind of social media are more influential than others?
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P.N. van Eyckhof 2
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, Leiden
- Russisch 1+2 Intensief
Fieldwork Neumark-Nord 2
Large-scale excavations at Neumark-Nord 2 (Germany), a very rich Middle Palaeolithic site with excellent preservation of organic (faunal and floral) remains and lithics in fine-grained lake deposits, dating to about 125,000 years ago.
Aria of the Dutch North Sea
Promotores: C. J. ten Cate; M. A. Ainslie. Co-promotor: W. Slabbekoorn
Chemical tools to study the cannabinoid receptor type 2
The cannabinoid receptor type 2 (CB2R) is associated with several inflammatory diseases with an unmet medical need (e.g. Alzheimers, multiple sclerosis, reumatoid arthritis). Development of new chemical biology strategies to study this protein is essential to aid future development of drugs for these…
APL 2 - Collection of Papers
Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia is the annual journal of the Faculty of Archaeology (formerly the Institute of Prehistory), Leiden University.
- Arabic 1+2 Intensive Summer Course
- Japanese 1+2 Intensive Summer Course
- Volume 2 (2007)
- Chinese 1+2 Intensive Summer Course
- Dutch 1+2 Intensive Summer Course
Neutrinos From the Milky Way
Promotor: M. de Jong, Co-Promotor: Samtleben
- Week 1–2 (7–15 January)
- Week 2: 12–18 January, 2020
- Spanish 1+2 Intensive Summer Course
- French 1+2 Intensive Summer Course
adaptive role of pyrotechnology among the earliest modern humans in Europe, ca. 45,000–20,000 years ago
The routine assumption that Upper Palaeolithic early modern humans in Europe were regular fire users who produced fire at will has never been tested against the archaeological record. Utilizing literature, database and microwear analytical approaches, this project seeks to establish the role and forms…
- Week 5: 2–8 February, 2020
- Foundations of Research - 2: Conceptualization, Research Questions, Composition (3 ECTS)