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a yeast system delineates the role of the NPxxY(x)(5,6)F motif and helix 8 of the adenosine A(2B) receptor in G protein coupling
Source: Biochem Pharmacol, Volume 95, Issue 4, pp. 290-300 (2015)
DNA folded in compliant helix
In an Advance Online Publication biophysicist John van Noort and others show using magnetic tweezers that DNA is folded in compliant helices of chromatin. This allows enzymes access to the DNA needed for gene expression. Van Noort's research group made the discovery in close partnership with researchers…
The activation mechanisms of G protein-coupled receptors: the case of the adenosine A2B and HCA2/3 receptors
Promotor: A.P. IJzerman
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APL 8 - Collection of Papers
Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia is the annual journal of the Faculty of Archaeology (formerly the Institute of Prehistory), Leiden University.
SAILS Lunch Time Seminar 8 March 2021
- Week 8: 23–28 February
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THE 8' AND 16' VIOLONE IN J. S. BACH'S MUSIC
What type of violones were used to perform Bach’s music in his time? And which octaves and tunings are appropriate for his stringed bass instruments?
Software developments in automated structure solution and crystallographic studies of the Sso10a2 and human C1 inhibitor protein
Promotor: J.P. Abrahams, Co-Promotor: N.S. Pannu
Tattvārthādhigama; With an English translation of the Tattvārthādhigamabhāṣya I, II.8 25, and V
Lucas den Boer defended his thesis on 23 April 2020
Rationally designed peptide based functional biomaterials
Promoter: J.G.E.M.Fraaije, Co-promotor: A. Kros
MSc Research Presentation Wico Breimer 8 September @ 14:00
The project has been done in the Quantum Matter Optics group under the supervision of Prof. dr. Tjerk Oosterkamp and Dr. L. Bossoni. The title of the presentation is: "Quantifying Iron in the Brain." The presentation will take place on Friday 8 September @ 14:00 hrs in room 276 of the Oort building.…
MSc Research Presentation Daan van Velzen 8 September @ 10:00
The project has been done in the Mechanical Metamaterials group under the supervision of Prof.dr. Martin van Hecke and MSc Anne Meeussen . The title of the presentation is: ''Elastic Moduli of Smooth and Corrugated Thin Silicone Rubber Sheets." The presentation will take place on Friday 8 September…
2.8 million euros for photosynthesis research
In the programme NWO Open Competition Domain Science - GROOT, twenty new consortia will start a large research project. This boost of more than 47 million euros will make new research possible in the science domain. Among the winners is the Nanoscale Regulators of Photosynthesis consortium in which…
€8.5m for research into healthy ageing and vitality
A large multidisciplinary team of experts on ageing has secured over €8.5m for a major study of which factors and solutions promote healthy ageing and increase vitality. The LUMC and the Leiden Academic Centre for Drug Research (LACDR) are two of the centres involved in this national research projec…
Packaging and accessing DNA molecules
Our DNA molecules are packaged by proteins in compact structures. The aim of this project is to understand how modern gene editing techniques nevertheless get access to their target in the DNA.
18 Veni subsidies for Leiden, 8 for our faculty!
This year, NWO has awarded a Veni subsidy to 143 young researchers who have recently obtained their PhD. 17 of these researchers are at Leiden University and one works at the LUMC. The successful applicants will each receive 250,000 euro to develop their ideas and carry out research over a period of…
3-8 December 2016 Workshop: "Islamic Studies in the West: An interdisciplinary perspective"
From the 3rd until the 8th of December, together with Dr Amr Ryad of Utrecht University our institute organized a workshop with students of the Faculty of Languages and Translation of the Azhar University. During this workshop, students had the opportunity to discuss their own research proposals with…
Podcast #8 | Ye-Min Wu & Rebecca Webber Gaudiosi on Diplomacy and Multilateralism During & After COVID
The Hague Journal of Diplomacy is delighted to announce it will be starting its own podcast series! The series will be aimed at bringing the themes of the journal’s research off the page, and onto the discussion table. Each episode will feature a guest who will share their insights and personal experience…
Developing quantum software with a grant of 18.8 million euros
The first larger quantum computers will soon be available. These computers need new software. Researchers at Leiden University have been awarded a Gravitation grant to develop the necessary software. They will be collaborating with colleagues from other research institutions.
€ 18.8 million grant for research into innovation processes in antiquity
Successful innovation requires more than technological progress alone. Every new concept must first be firmly anchored into an existing context. At least this is the hypothesis of Dutch classicists, working together in the National Research School in Classical Studies OIKOS. They intend to test this…
Searching for the origins of life in space with 8.9 million euros
With 8.9 million euros from the Danish National Research Foundation, Aarhus University and Leiden Observatory will establish the Center for Interstellar Catalysis. The centre is led by Aarhus professor Liv Hornekær and aims to find out how and when the building blocks of life formed in the Universe.…
City Deal Kennis Maken: Leren met de Stad Leiden
Hoe kan de City Deal Kennis Maken bijdragen aan het formuleren van maatschappelijk relevant onderzoek dat de stad in al haar diversiteit centraal stelt? In de stad Leiden zijn burgers momenteel maar in beperkte mate betrokken bij het bepalen van de agenda van de lokale City Deal Kennis Maken. Dit onderzoeksproject…
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On this page you will find all previous editions of Perspectives on Terrorism in PDF format
The music studio is a multipurpose room measuring 9.4 x 8.9 m, with marmoleum on the floor and 40 chairs. Music system and piano available. Cost of rental studios: Students*: € 10,- per uur Employees UL: € 20,- per hour Others: € 30,- per uur (a daypart of 4 hours zost € 95, a daypart of 8 hours…
The Studio Classroom
On the first floor in the Hugyens building is the Studio Classroom, room 111, a 64 person room designed for groupwork for groups of 6-8. There are 8 group clusters around fixed tables, with wheeling chairs. Each cluster has its own wall-mounted monitor which is can be connected by HDMI, or which can…
The theater studio is a multifunctional space of 9.4 x 8 m, with wooden floor, mirrors and curtains. Music system and piano available. Cost of rental studios: Students*: € 10,- per uur Employees UL: € 20,- per hour Others: € 30,- per uur (a daypart of 4 hours zost € 95, a daypart of 8 hours cost…
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New SAILS lunch series in 2021
In 2021 we will start with a weekly lunch time seminar series, online on Mondays from 12 noon onwards.
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Singing & Music
The Leiden Academic Course Center offers a large variety of short and longer music courses. The music category includes various Singing courses, but also courses such as African percussion and Musical Workshop. A number of courses are offered at different levels. At the end of the course it is possible…