Unamur Founded in 1831 by the Society of Jesus, it carries on the values of the humanistic tradition through teaching and research: universality, quality, ethical commitment and solidarity. The three missions of the university are teaching, research and public service Its focuses to educate students and researchers as responsible and active members of society.
The University campus is situated in the centre of the city of Namur, the capital of Wallonia. It welcomes about 6600 students and carries out research covering the main fields of knowledge, ranging from ethics to nanotechnologies, from linguistics to computer science, from human rights to veterinary science, and so on. It is developed in 105 research units, active in arts, law, social and exact sciences, medicine and computer science.
The UNamur excels in sectors such as nanotechnology, biotechnology, physics and chemistry of surfaces, engineering of information systems and data bases, legal questions raised by information and communication technologies, regional economics, economics of development and social representation of disabilities.
A Research Administration Department (ADRE) was created in 2003.It is at the researchers’ disposal both upstream from research projects for information, financing, and drafting and downstream for research support and technology transfer. The unamur has 89 publications, 655 researchers, 383 PhD students, 747 projects, 66 research units, 42 PhD theses
The following is the list of articles by scholars from UNIVERSITY OF NAMUR that are published in OMICS International journals.
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from UNIVERSITY OF NAMUR that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.