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De Rijksuniversiteit Groningen en de Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg (UOL) vieren dit jaar veertig jaar samenwerking. Dit doen zij door het hernieuwen van de samenwerkingsovereenkomst tijdens de opening van het Oldenburgse academisch jaar...
The COVID-19 restrictions have been tightened once again. To many staff members and students, this feels like a step backwards. We chatted with members of the Board of the University Jouke de Vries, Cisca Wijmenga and Hans Biemans about managerial...
Biological clocks have sizeable effects on the performance of elite athletes. This conclusion was drawn by chronobiologists from the University of Groningen after studying the times achieved by swimmers in four different Olympic Games. Shifting the...