Left-handers are supposed to be more creative than right-handers. But is this true? Large-scale public research by University of Groningen scientists
prof. Ton Groothuis
dr. Reint Geuze
and PhD student Nele Zickert together with the
Weekend van de Wetenschap
hopes to resolve the issue. 25,000 people have already completed an online test and completed dexterity exercises. What is remarkable is that twice as many lefties as right-handers and many more women took part. So we’re on the hunt for right-handed men! Go to
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Inspired by the importance of the European Wadden Sea for migratory birds, last week China successfully nominated parts of its own Wadden Sea - in the Yellow Sea - for the Unesco World Heritage Status. This means that the list of protected areas is...
The University of Groningen (UG) and Wageningen University & Research (WUR) have decided to work together more closely in the area of nature-inclusive and circular agriculture, and the rural development associated with this, in the Northern Netherlands...
Thirteen researchers from the University of Groningen (UG) and the UMCG have been awarded Veni grants within the framework of NWO’s Innovational Research Incentives Scheme.
A terrific result building on last year's successes, where 12 Groningen researchers...