Although there is no need to stop drilling for gas in the Groningen gas field altogether, reducing the risk of earthquakes and preventing and repairing the damage caused to residents in the Province of Groningen are important conditions for continuing. These conclusions are among the initial results of a year-long study carried out by the University of Groningen to gauge opinion on gas extraction in the Groningen gas field among the residents of Groningen. The second phase of the study will begin on Monday 26 May.
Every year, the University of Groningen composes a multidisciplinary team of students who compete in the international Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition. iGEM is an international competition in biotechnology aimed at finding new...
Greenification of the chemical industry one step closer by the extension of ARC CBBC: companies and universities take a leading role in the development of sustainable chemistry, energy and materials
Virtueel zwemmen met dolfijnen of een wandelen door het bos: uit onderzoek van het UMCG blijkt dat IC-verpleegkundigen hierdoor 40% minder stress ervaren.
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