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Smoothly breaking unitarity : studying spontaneous collapse using two entangled, tuneable, coherent amplifiers
The Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics states that a measurement collapses a wavefunction onto an eigenstate of the corresponding measurement operator.
Systems pharmacology-based optimization of postoperative morphine treatment
Previous research has found important inter-individual differences in the pharmacokinetics (PK) of morphine in special populations such as children, the morbidly obese or the critically ill.
New faces in the ‘Hall of Fame’ of the Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology
In honour of Prof. Dr. Gerard Persoon’s and Prof. dr. Ton Dietz’ work and on the occasion of their retirement from Leiden University, Ton Dietz’ and Gerard Persoon’s portraits have been added to the ‘Hall of Fame’ of the Insitute of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology.
The Founder of Bon, the Birth of a Myth
In this dissertation, the life account is constructed of of the founder of Bon Religion, Shenrab Miwo.
A Spatial Enquiry into the Urban Society of Rome’s Imperial Port-Town
Data mining and algorithm development
Due to the modern techniques of combinatorial chemistry and high-throughput screening, data on the biological activity of many millions of compounds is known. However, it is still very difficult to transfer this data into knowledge: if we know that compounds A and B bind to a certain protein with high…
Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia 43/44
The End Of Our Fifth Decade. Corrie Bakels & Hans Kamermans (eds) (2012)
Dynasty: A Very Short Introduction
For thousands of years bloodlines have been held as virtually unassailable credentials for leadership, with supreme political power perceived as a family affair across the globe and throughout history. At the heart of royal dynasties, kings were inflated to superhuman proportions, yet their status came…
The recognition process of youth with problematic anxiety in general practice
Do general practitioners recognize children with or at risk of problematic anxiety and is there a pattern that might help differentiate those with and without anxiety disorders in general practice?
Institute for History
The Leiden University Institute for History is responsible for the main part of the historical research carried out at Leiden University. The institute has a wide-ranging academic scope.
This advanced master’s programme provides you with research as well as practical skills necessary to address complex legal questions in the field of international dispute settlement, and to work with and within a variety of legal systems as a legal professional in an international environment.
Faithful Protection: The Use of Scripture in Egyptian Amulets (7th – 12th Century CE)
A selected group of unpublished amulets from various collections in the world will be studied and edited.
Locvs : Memory and Transience in the Representation of Place: From Italic Domus to Artistic Environment
As an artist Clevis is fascinated by the phenomenon of place in relation to beginnings and final destinations.
Interactions of nutrients and pesticides and their effects on aquatic macrofauna
Can we distinguish the effects of pesticides from other abiotic and biotic factors that occur in the field? And how do these factors interact with pesticides?
A new book on constitutional conventions by Leiden scholars
Leiden law scholars prof. dr. Luc Verhey and Gert Jan Geertjes have edited a book about constitutional conventions and their added value for Dutch constitutional law. The book is published (in Dutch) by editor Boom in Amsterdam.
Blended Care for Adolescents with Social Anxiety
Is blended care a feasible and effective treatment method for social anxiety in adolescence?
Increasingly, primary sources from the period before the emergence of digital media are being digitized. These “digital surrogates” have facilitated the work of (historical) researchers; instead of having to visit several archives, libraries and other places, the (primary) sources appear in front of…
FAIR Surveys Project
This project aims to contribute to the improvement of documentation and archiving standards (conform the FAIR principles) for systematic Mediterranean archaeological field survey.
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Power in the Sands: A Monumental Desert Gateway to the Roman World at Udhruh (Jordan)
This project aims to excavate and date the setting of the east gate of the Roman fortress of Udhruḥ. This will be compared with other Diocletianic military installations from the region. We also hope to retrieve another gate inscription which can shed light on the function and political embedding of…
LeiCenSAA is dedicated to the study of Ancient Arabia and the sharing of knowledge and expertise on this topic. Thefore it aims to collaborate closely with other research in the field.
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Follow your personal interests, and choose from a plethora of focus areas. Will you focus on the deep past of humankind? Or do you prefer to dive into the Roman world? Or would you rather study pre-Columbian America? The choice is up to you!
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