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Online Martini workshop 2021 announced
Call for Papers - The European Union in Central Asia: An Uninvited Guest in China’s and Russia’s Backyard?
Journal publication: global political economy of COVID-19
Light-driven molecular motors have been around for over twenty years. These motors typically take microseconds to nanoseconds for one revolution. Thomas Jansen, associate professor of physics at the University of Groningen, and Master’s student Atreya Majumdar have now designed an even faster molecular motor.
De werkcolleges zijn voor een select aantal RUG-studenten. De lezingen zijn openbaar toegankelijk.
Julia Jacukowicz, a second year UCG student, has won the Hans Adriaansens Student Awards through the Ecolas (European Consortium of Liberal Arts and Sciences) call for proposals.
The transition to clean energy is one of the biggest challenges of the moment. What makes citizens want to be involved? And how can people have a say in their energy?
Vera Heininga is the Open Science coordinator and future programme leader of the upcoming Open Science programme of the University of Groningen. Together with her colleagues, she created the Open Science Community Groningen (OSCG). She explains what Open Science is.
On 10 June, together with a large number of companies and organizations, President of the Board of the University of Groningen Jouke de Vries signed the Diversity Charter.
President of the Board of the University Jouke de Vries has received the first copy of The University of Groningen in the World: A Concise History.
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