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Research and education are closely intertwined at Radboud University. Our scientists and students explore and push boundaries and give meaning to them. In this way, they become knowledgeable, involved, critical and self-confident academics who give direction to society with intelligence. 

Together with Radboudumc, we offer much room for innovation thanks to donations. We cannot do this alone, we need you. That is why, as a donor of the University Fund, you will support initiatives that make a meaningful contribution to society. For example, our researchers are at the forefront of scientific breakthroughs: breakthroughs in cancer research, research into chronic diseases such as Parkinson's, diabetes and Alzheimer's. We made the first images of the black hole in collaboration with other universities and supported initiatives by students for students during the corona crisis. With your support, we will create scholarships for a new generation of scientists and ensure a healthy, free world, with equal opportunities for all. 

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Africa Millimetre Telescope planetarium team receive Royal Astronomical Society Medal for outreach

22-02-2024 | 15:18 Posted on: Help us inspire children in Namibia! The mobile planetarium team of the Africa Millimetre Telescope project is honoured by the UK’s Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) with the 2024 Annie Maunder Medal for Outreach. The mobile planetarium is used to bring immersive and interactive astronomy engagement to a diverse spectrum of the Namibian public and help to bridge the gap between scientists and the public as well as top-level government. For these reasons the medal was awarded to the internationally operated project. The RAS commends the innovative nature and potential of the project: “In spite of magnificent night skies, the wider public in Namibia has little knowledge or appreciation of the astronomical research done in their country. This means that the potential of astronomy to inspire and stimulate interest in “blue skies research” is being missed. The mobile planetarium project of the Africa Millimetre Telescope (AMT) is helping to realise this potential by bringing an immersive astronomical experience to schools across Namibia.”
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