Domien Beersma (1951) is a Professor at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences of the University of Groningen and has an international reputation in the field of human chronobiology (the ‘biological clock’). Until 2001 he worked at the Biological Psychiatry department of University Hospital Groningen (now UMCG) where he studied the relationship between the biological clock and winter depressions. His current field is the fundamental and theoretical aspects of human and animal circadian rhythms.
Thanks to the smartphone, these days we keep our work on the kitchen table or bedside table.
The boundary between work and private life is steadily fading.
This is a cause for concern, says Jessica de Bloom, who thinks that we should be using our leisure...
The team developed a protocol to share delicate information via a biological QR-code.
Moniek Tromp and Marleen Kamperman share a lot in common. Both are young professors of chemistry at the
Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials (ZIAM).Both joined the UG in 2018. Both are engaged in developing new materials. Both enjoy promoting science...