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Yearly review 2022 is out

28 June 2023

In the past year, the Science Shops have once again committed themselves to answering questions from society and stimulating knowledge exchange. You can read about this and more in the new edition of our annual report.

For example, you can read about science and engineering students who raise concerns about the future of the Wadden Sea, how philosophy students step outside the walls of academia to deal with philosophical questions from society and how arts students have formed a sociopolitical consultancy agency. You can also read about the importance of mutual self-reliance, how we can map invisible poverty in Groningen more efficiently and how we want to encourage students and employees of the University of Groningen to engage in green mobility.

Kim Dumoré designed the cover for this edition
Kim Dumoré designed the cover for this edition
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