The Groningen Institute of Archaeology of the University of Groningen has one of the most extensive seed collections in the world. Seeds from agricultural crops, herbs and spices, flowers – it's all there from across the globe, and is often thousands of years old. It is one of the University treasure troves, aiding researchers from the Netherlands and abroad. A major part of the collection is digitally accessible.
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The humanities are diverse, dynamic, innovative and relevant to society. That is what we aim to show on Saturday September 14th, during the first Arts Festival!
Medicine student Willem Wierbos (24) is the new University of Groningen poet-in-residence for the academic year 2019-2020. He impressed the jury with his poems that ooze student life: ‘Willem is not a poet who also happens to study, but a student who...
Middle East dictatorships have many faces. Nevertheless, according to Dr Kiki Santing, they share a common pattern. She will be expanding on this in greater detail during a short lecture at the first Arts Festival.