Collecting and storing evidence that can be used to address human rights violations
With their new self-designed algorithm VU physicists have discovered new behaviours of the roundworm C. elegans, an important model organism for the study of both behaviour and its underlying molecular, genetic and neural components.
Amsterdam-based knowledge institutes and the municipality of Amsterdam are investing heavily to make scientific knowledge and technology available for societal and economic applications.
Per August 1, 2016 Wouter D. ten Have has been appointed as professor Organizational Change at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
For the first time ever a team of Dutch hacking experts, led by cyber security professor Herbert Bos, managed to alter the memory of virtual machines in the cloud without a software bug, using a new attack technique.
Until recently, Dutch slavery heritage in New York remained underresearched. That is now changing due to a coordinated research project and the launching of public history and heritage tours on location.
Last night, at the Black Hat Conference in Las Vegas, VU researchers Erik Bosman, Kaveh Razavi, Cristiano Giuffrida and Herbert Bos won the prestigious Pwnie for Most Innovative Research. The Pwnie Awards are referred to as the Oscars for hackers.
This week, CLUE+-archaeologists, on expedition in the deep South of Italy, have reported the unique discovery of a hitherto unknown pre-Roman cult place; a large sacral structure, with an almost in-tact votive deposit, containing vessels that preserve the remains of rituals performed at the spot.
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam is paying close attention to the recent measures taken with regard to Turkish universities and their staff and students.
Last week the first set of research data from the VU Amsterdam has been officially published in DataverseNL, the national data repository for research data.
On Monday, 4th of July 2016, the Ambassador of Bhutan will visit Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
Over a hundred colleagues gathered in the Auditorium at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU) on Wednesday morning 29 June to pay their last respects to Wouter Gerritsma.
VU Amsterdam has achieved excellent results in the area of education over the last year.
Witnesses correct each other’s errors.