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Hall of Fame 2017
Many of our staff and students have won prizes over the past year. Others have been awarded a subsidy, or, because of their eminence in their field, they have been appointed members of academic societies or have taken up positions in the community. Reasons enough to be proud of them and to include them…
TEXTS FROM ANCIENT EGYPT. Highlights from the Collection of the Leiden Papyrological Institute. Online exhibition on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the foundation ‘Het Leids Papyrologisch Instituut’ in 2015.
2020 Hall of fame
In 2020, many of our staff and students have again won prestigious prizes and been awarded important research subsidies.
Joan van der Waals colloquium
The Joan Van der Waals colloquium is an ongoing bi-weekly lecture series.
- Van Leeuwenhoek Lectures on BioScience
- Advanced Drug Delivery and Targeting Course
Fake news about fake news. A socio-cognitive perspective on some myths of online disinformation
Female Researchers in the Spotlight for Physics & Astronomy Ladies' Day
On Thursday November 15th, Leiden University organizes its Physics & Astronomy Ladies' Day for female high school students. To mark this festive day, we put the spotlight on five female researchers, who talk about their experiences working in science.
Overview of Molecular Physiology publications
To do a PhD or not to do a PhD? Speed date about it with alumni!
Career and apply for jobs
2018 Hall of Fame
Over the past year, many of our staff and students have won prizes, been awarded a substantial grant or been appointed to an academic association or a position in public life. All of these are good reasons to include them in our 2018 Hall of Fame. We are proud of them all.