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Hans de Cock
30 April 2019
COGEM advises the Dutch government on the risks of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to humans and the environment.
Pehr Hilleström, Three Women Telling Fortune in Coffee, 1780s (Stockholms universitets konstsamling, J. A. Berg Collection #158)
30 April 2019
An international team of history researchers have received a European grant for research on intoxicating substances in Europe between 1600 and 1850.
25 April 2019
Giuseppe Soligno and Daniel Vanmaekelbergh developed a simulation model that reproduces the formation of these nanostructures in detail.
16 April 2019
Neurobiologists published their results in Cell Reports.
Game controllers.
16 April 2019
From retro games to the latest game research: experience the entire field of game research and industry from 13 to 17 May!
Doug Hayden
13 April 2019
A new type of paper made from just a few nanometers thick cellulose fibres has the potential to become a sustainable alternative for plastic packaging material.
basisschoolleerling met erlenmeyer
9 April 2019
Young girls visited the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine during Girlsday.
Drijvende ijsschotsen in zee
8 April 2019
A large overview study describes all the consequences of climate change in the Arctic.
4 April 2019
Neurobiologists Cátia Frias and Corette Wierenga published their results in Journal of Neuroscience.
Albert Salah
1 April 2019
As of 1 April, Albert Ali Salah is appointed as Professor of Social and Affective Computing at the Department of Information and Computing Sciences.

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