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Sleep and emotion regulation in humans: A brain imaging approach

University of Geneva - Geneva, Switzerland
Department: Neuroscience
Introduction:We study the role of sleep and chronobiological factors in the regulation of emotion and in the consolidation of emotional memory, using functional brain imaging methods (functional MRI/EEG)

Synthesis of novel fluorescent materials

KU Leuven University - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Department of Chemistry
Introduction:The use of fluorescent molecules in new materials is receiving increasing attention in the scientific literature.

PhD Education in School of Architecture in Europe

Architecture - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Sint-Lucas School of Architecture
Introduction:During the last decades PhD education has become more and more important for Schools of Architecture.The project is part of endeavours undertaken within EAAE, the European Network of Schools of Architecture where Prof.Dr. J. Verbeke is responsible for the Research Academy.

Modification of natural products with medicinal products

KU Leuven University - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Department of Chemistry
Introduction:Several new synthetic methods have been devised in the laboratory of organic synthesis in Leuven that make it possible to fuse or conjugate heterocyclic rings, such as 1,2,3-triazoles

Molecular and cellular mechanisms regulating sleep and biological clocks

University of Zurich - Zurich, Switzerland
Department: Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology
Introduction:Sleep timing is regulated both by a biological "circadian" clock that directs us to sleep at particular times of day, and a homeostat that increases sleep pressure with increasing time awake. This project explores the molecular mechanisms of such control in animal models and human cells.

Molecular mechanisms in synaptic vesicle exocytosis

Karolinska Institutet - Stockholm, Sweden
Department: Neuroscience
Introduction:The fast communication between neurons is due to a regulated exocytosis of neurotransmitter-containing synaptic vesicles (SVs).

Explaining the resurgence of the Taliban

Faculty of Philosophy - Zurich, Switzerland
Department: Political Science
Introduction:The projects tries to explain the patterns of Taliban activity in Afghanistan by its relation to financing opportunities and drug cultivation. Following the literature on war economies, e.g. Collier and Hoeffler (2002),

Neural correlates of speech processing across age

Faculty of Medicine - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Neurosciences
Introduction:Ongoing research at the research group Experimental Oto-rhino-laryngology (Dept Neurosciences, KU Leuven) aims at investigating the processing of temporal envelope cues at different neural stages

New Storytellers on Border Crossing to the U.S. (1995-2016). The Representation of Migration from Latin America in Today's Documentary Filmmaking (3H170532)

Faculty of Arts - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Language Studies
Introduction:The research group intends to verify how recent documentaries represent migration and how they convey transcultural memory using specific aesthetic and narratological devices. Today's documentaries not only portray a spatial and identitarian in-betweenness which transcends national, political, social, linguistic and cultural borders, but also further explore the frontiers between fact and fiction.

Optimisation of a pseudo-3D model observer for emerging 2D mammography applications

Medicine - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Imaging & Pathology, 'Medical physics & quality assessment'
Introduction:Present project focuses on signals that have to be detected in x-ray images of the breast. Two types of lesions are important: tiny microcalcifications and cancers. This is a project that allows technically oriented students to get experience in a hospital environment.
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