Han Olff (1962) studied biology and was awarded his PhD by the University of Groningen in 1992, specializing in ecology. He then worked as a researcher at the University of Wageningen and was appointed Professor of Community and Conservation Ecology at the University of Groningen in 2002. He studies biodiversity and nature conservation both in the Netherlands and the tropics. On 17 March, Han Olff will give a lecture at Studium Generale Groningen, entitled ‘The ecological richness of the Wadden.’ For more information, visit: Studium Generale
H. Olff, tel. (050) 363 2214, e-mail h.olff rug.nl
Prof. Roelfes receives NWO ENW-KLEIN grant of EUR 304.000
for his project ‘Time-resolved dynamics of glutamate transporters'
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