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    Model predicts arrival time of ships
    Predicting the arrival time of a ship is not self-evident. Because of unforeseen circumstances a ship often arrives later than the estimated time of arrival (ETA). This impedes the organisation of activities at seaport terminals and for hinterland transport. Claudia Pani (Faculty of Applied Economics) searched for a method to predict the ETA more accurately.
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    UHasselt honours Prof Van Broeckhoven with honorary degree
    On the 28th of May, the University of Hasselt will confer an honorary degree upon Prof Christine Van Broeckhoven. Following this year's theme 'Think global, connect local' she will be honoured for her development of knowledge that crosses boundaries and creates local opportunities.
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    UAntwerp develops novel drugs against parasitic diseases
    A new international consortium is joining forces to develop novel drugs against parasites. The 4-year EU-funded project is called 'PDE4NPD': PhosphoDiEsterase inhibitors for Neglected Parasitic Diseases.
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    "With the right medication we can travel to Mars"
    Aurélie Weerts (University of Antwerp) went in search of a medication for space sickness together with ESA and NASA.
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    Analysis and Experimentation on Ecosystems
    The research group PLECO (UAntwerp) is heavily implicated in AnaEE (Analysis and Experimentation on Ecosystems), a major European research infrastructure project on the ESFRI roadmap.


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