Continue to the content
KU Leuven Stories
The power of wonder
Zes eeuwen KU Leuven
Health & Care
History & Culture
Nature & Environment
Human Behaviour & Society
Manufactoring & Technology
A total of 50 items found.
Showing 8 items on page 1 of 7
Between fascination and aversion
Since the Middle Ages, both Islam and Europe have come together in a history steeped in both rapprochement and hostility.
Ethical dilemmas for contemporary Muslims
Being a Muslim in a secularised Western world means … what, exactly?
Islam in Europe: an off-and-on relationship across the centuries
Researchers at the Leuven Centre for Islamic Culture and Society are examining the turbulent relationship between Islam and the West.
Digital education: more than just a necessity
Making the switch to online learning in times of corona. It’s possible because KU Leuven has been committed to digital learning for years.
Working longer does not have to be a punishment
We have to work longer to keep pensions affordable. But how do we do that without compromising on quality of life or health?
IKEA. The ‘other’ architectural agent
Researchers at KU Leuven Sint-Lucas Brussels Campus are studying IKEA from a novel, architectural perspective.
News on social media: anything for the click?
Researchers took a closer look at the role of “social media editors” and how they’re driving news to our Facebook timeline.
Honorary Doctor Bruno Latour: “Scientists are our partners in a fight for survival”
In the late 1970s, philosopher Bruno Latour debunked the myths around science. Today, he campaigns for the climate.
Loading more articles
Loading more results