Lectures for the XXIst Century, Volume 2

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Bart Raymaekers
Leuven University Press, 2008 - Electronic books - 285 pages
The university is a nerve centre of society. This glimpse behind the scenes of the laboratories, workshops and classrooms of KU Leuven reveal what preoccupies scientists today, and how their ideas and discoveries impact our world. This second annual series of lectures in English includes such highlights as J.J. Cassiman on Genetics and Genomics, R. Merckx on Food in Africa, G. Verbeeck on The Future of History, and a great deal more.
 

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Contents

Linguistic Justice for Europe Belgium and the World
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Probabilistic representation of a motif ie the representation of a collection of possible binding sites for a transcription factor within the DNA which ca...
229
Art and Cultural Identity
261
Cultural identity in art
263
The artistic specificity of the culture of the Low Countries
264
The Byzantine heritage
265
The differences
266
Cultural identity as the result of a construction process
277
Bibliography
283
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