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  • Two Research Talent grants for PhD research Tilburg Law School 06 Jul 2015News Two Research Talent grants for PhD research Tilburg Law School
    The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) has awarded Tilburg Law School with two Research Talent (Onderzoekstalent) grants. Research Talent grants offer excellent students within the social and behavioral sciences the opportunity to fulfill their ambitions to conduct PhD research.

  • Commission invites Rianne Letschert for independent counsel in setting up Scientific Advice Mechanism 06 Jul 2015News Commission invites Rianne Letschert for independent counsel in setting up Scientific Advice Mechanism
    The European Commission has announced that Prof. Rianne Letschert (Director of INTERVICT, Tilburg University and Chair of the Dutch Royal Young Academy of Sciences), Sir David King (former UK Chief Scientific Advisor), and António Vitorino (former European Commissioner) will assist the Commission in selecting members of the High Level Group of the new Scientific Advice Mechanism (SAM).

  • PhD candidate raises enough money to kick off research 'Right to education' 06 Jul 2015News PhD candidate raises enough money to kick off research 'Right to education'
    Within a few months PhD candidate Marieke Hopman has raised enough money to start the first stage of her research into the right to education. A total of 169 donors granted € 20,459, a little more than the € 20,000 needed.

  • Research Talent grant awarded to PhD candidate INTERVICT 03 Jul 2015News Research Talent grant awarded to PhD candidate INTERVICT
    The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) has awarded a Research Talent grant to Eva Mulder MSc for research into the role of gender stereotypes in secondary victimization. The Research talent grant offers excellent students in social and behavioral sciences the opportunity to conduct PhD research.

  • Health Monitoring Wearables: ‘Only good supervision will prevent abuse’ 02 Jul 2015Publication Health Monitoring Wearables: ‘Only good supervision will prevent abuse’
    A number of 'wearables' appear to be insufficiently prepared for the European Union's forecoming data protection requirements. That is what four Master students discovered in a data protection Law Clinic.

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