This Sunday, the Zernike Campus in Groningen was taken over by pupils and parents. They were all there for Zpannend Zernike, the open day for the science buildings. One of the participating institutions was the Kernfysisch Versneller Instituut (KVI), which conducts world-leading research into the smallest particles in nature. There were all sorts of fun ways to learn about the research being conducted at KVI, as well as seeing the sights, such as the AGOR particle accelerator.
The weekly online video magazine Unifocus highlights topics related to the University of Groningen in the fields of research and society, student life, teaching, policy and internationalization.
M1 grants have an amount of around EUR 360,000 and are intended for realizing curiosity-driven, fundamental research of high quality and / or scientific urgency.
Eleven partners from three countries (The Netherlands, Spain, and Cyprus) and the European Science Engagement Association have developed teaching modules on biodiversity, water management, and bird migration.
Last week, Ben Feringa and Anouk Lubbe presented the first copy of their book Alledaagse Moleculen (Everyday Molecules) to minister Robbert Dijkgraaf. The richly illustrated book offers an accessible overview of 180 substances in our daily lives....
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