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CULTURAL MEMORY AND TRANSMEDIALITY: the Representation of Trauma in Comics, Graphic Novels, Film and Documentaries


Faculty of Arts - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Campus Sint-Andries (Antwerp)
Introduction:This project is offered at Campus Sint-Andries (Antwerp). This project focuses on the representation of Italy’s recent history in transmedial narratives, such as comics, graphic novels, films and documentaries, which refer overtly one to another.

History of language teaching in Germany


- Munich, Germany
Department:
Introduction:The research project History of English Language Teaching in Germany, has two different foci which form the core of subprojects. The first focus rests on language education policy in the post-war period, the second on the role of literary texts in English language teaching in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Carbon Nanotubes & Polymer composites


KU Leuven University - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Department of Materials Engineering
Introduction:Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) possess extremely high intrinsic mechanical properties and are therefore considered as good candidates to reinforce polymer composite materials.

Finding key mechanisms of the destructive process in joints of patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis


Faculty of Medicine - Zurich, Switzerland
Department: Center of Experimental Rheumatology
Introduction:The main fields of research include the molecular and cellular basis of joint destruction in rheumatoid arthritis and immune changes and profibrotic mechanisms in autoimmune diseases such as systemic sclerosis.

Exploring individual differences in learning


University of Geneva - Geneva, Switzerland
Department: Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences
Introduction:The human brain is endowed with outstanding learning abilities that are crucial to our everyday lives. One of these is the capacity to detect and extract statistical regularities from the environment (statistical learning).

Quantum matter and Optics


Sciences - Leiden, The Netherlands
Department: Leiden Institute of Physics
Introduction:Ongong research in the fields of Quantum Optics, Quantum Information, and Condensed Matter Physics

Biological, Molecular and Soft matter Physics


Sciences - Leiden, The Netherlands
Department: Physics
Introduction:Ongoing research in the field of Biological, Molecular and Soft matter Physics

Genetic components of drug metabolism and adverse drug reactions


Karolinska Institutet - Stockholm, Sweden
Department: Molecular Toxicology:Physiology & Pharmacology
Introduction:Drug treatment is in many cases ineffective. Besides patients which do not respond to the treatment despite receiving expensive drugs, adverse drug reactions as a consequence

Design, synthesis and application of activity-based probes for imaging and detection of proteases


Biomedical Sciences - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Cellular & Molecular Medicine
Introduction:Proteases are enzymes responsible for the cleavage of peptide bonds. They are not only involved in digestive processes and protein turnover, but also play a crucial role in regulatory processes, such as apoptosis, blood coagulation and antigen presentation.

Representations of History in Chinese Film and TV


Ruprecht Karls University - Heidelberg, Germany
Department: Institute of Chinese Studies
Introduction:One of the specials of our library are holdings in Chinese films and DVDs of TV-dramas. The research project focuses on the ways history is presented in this material, contrasting it with other forms of popular history representation like textbooks used in school.
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