Students from the University of Groningen are participating in the RoboCup in Magdeburg on 26-28 April. The international football competition is the most eye-catching part of the event, but the RoboCup@Home competition allows the teams to show how their inventions can aid society. The Groningen students are using Magdeburg to prepare for the world championships, which will take place in late June in Eindhoven.
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This afternoon, the University of Groningen started using a piezo testing ground at the Stationspark (station park) in Zuidhorn.
Recent research shows that, on average, more precipitation will fall in the Arctic region due to global warming. Initially this will mainly take the form of snow; after continued warming, this will turn into rain. A new article from UG climatologist...