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Evolutionary Genetics of Wild Vertebrate Populations


University of Helsinki - Helsinki, Finland
Department: Department of BioSciences and Environmental Sciences
Introduction:Our research group focuses on questions relating to the mechanisms and process of animal adaptation - or lack of it thereof - to local environmental conditions.

Homo- and heterogenous gold catalysis


University of Helsinki - Helsinki, Finland
Department: Chemistry
Introduction:Helaja research group investigates homo- and heterogeneous gold catalysis, targeting new organic reactivity and ultimately novel reactions as a research goal.

Multicomponent reactions


KU Leuven University - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Department of Chemistry
Introduction:Multicomponent reactions lately have been the centre of interest because of the possibility to create libraries of compounds by combintion of sublibratries of each of the building blocks.

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

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),

Operando research in heterogeneous catalysis


Sciences - Leiden, The Netherlands
Department: Chemistry
Introduction:The nanoscale structure of a catalyst under reaction conditions determines its activity, selectivity, and stability. For the production of sustainable energy and materials, new catalysts are needed. By understanding the structure-activity relationships of catalysts under reaction conditions, insight in the development of these new catalysts can be obtained. Using in situ imaging techniques under industrial conditions, we are currently studying Fischer-Tropsch synthesis, NO reduction and oxidation, hydrodesulfurization, CO oxidation, and chlorine production.

Parliamentary Careers in Comparison


Social Sciences - Geneva, Switzerland
Department: Dept. of Political Science and International Relations
Introduction:With the research project “Parliamentary Careers in Comparison” we propose to carry out an encompassing analysis of parliamentary candidates and parliamentarians and their activities in Switzerland and Germany as of 1949 until today.

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.

Genetic Basis of Wood Development


University of Helsinki - Helsinki, Finland
Department: Faculty of Biological and Environmental Sciences: Department of Biosciences
Introduction:Wood, the secondary xylem tissue, is produced through the activity of vascular cambium, a cylindrical secondary meristem. As wood represents a renewable source of lignocellulosic biomass,

Protective immune responses during Epstein Barr virus (EBV) infection


University of Zurich - Zurich, Switzerland
Department: Institute of Experimental Immunology
Introduction:Epstein Barr virus (EBV) persists life-long after primary infection and can cause tumors of B and epithelial cell origin. It is thought that cell mediated immune control prevents
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