Chemical oceanographer Rob Middag was a guest in Early Birds on the occasion of his inaugural lecture as professor at the University of Groningen on the importance of trace metals. These low concentrations of metals are important building blocks for life in the ocean. According to Middag, the ocean is heavily affected by climate change and is under increasing pressure from pollution and exploitation. In his inaugural lecture he argues for more 'ocean literacy'. We still know far too little about the underwater world, which is so decisive for life on earth. Listen to the interview.
Leonardo Arriagada Beltran conducted his PhD research on the interface of computer-generated art and the constantly evolving field of Artificial Intelligence (AI). He will defend his Phd thesis on 21 September. His research offers valuable insights...
Harish Vedantham and Casper van der Kooi have been nominated by New Scientist for Wetenschapstalent 2023 (Science Talent 2023). This election is meant to give young scientists and their research a stage.
No less than five promising PhD graduates from the University of Groningen will be able to conduct research at top institutes abroad for two years thanks to the Rubicon programme organized by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research...
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