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Video lecture Ward Rauws as part of the Universiteit van Nederland (in Dutch)

17 February 2020

Is the ideal city a building kit? Nothing is as uncertain as the future. New technologies rapidly follow each other and changes in the climate ask for constant adjustments to heat and heavy rainfall. Meanwhile, we wonder whether we will drive hydrogen-fuelled vehicles or vehicles powered by formic acid. How do we organize a city that is workable and ready for the future, if we are also faced with this uncertainty? Ward Rauws takes on this question in a video lecture (in Dutch) for the Universiteit van Nederland.

Universiteit van Nederland

Through the Universiteit van Nederland, inspiring academics share interesting and new insights from their fields of research by means of short lectures. They bring science to life for a young and wide-ranging public by answering provocative questions in various formats. From dark matter to animals’ experiences of love: just about everything is covered.

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