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Podcast ‘In Science’ with Alex Friedrich

18 May 2020

In Science is the University of Groningen podcast where we interview researchers and bring you the latest news and reports from the academic community in Groningen. In this 18th episode (in English) Alex Friedrich is with us. He is a Professor of Medical Microbiology & Infection Control at the University Medical Center Groningen. Wim, Tina and Arjen talk to him about the corona crisis, relaxing the measures and his personal experience in dealing with the corona virus COVID-19. Also, Arjen gives some historical perspective on reopening of the doors of the university in relation to the opening of the next Academic Year on 31 August 2020.

Guest: prof. dr. Alex Friedrich

Hosts: Wim Brons, Tina Kretschmer and Arjen Dijkstra

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