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A well-rested mind as fertile ground

2024-05-21T08:51:00+01:00

In this column, Isabelle Kohler encourages young scientists to set clear boundaries and prioritize their health. 

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New KNAW members 2024

2024-05-16T12:20:00+01:00

The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences has added 17 new members, including three KNCV members.

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Improving sustainability starts in your own lab

2024-05-15T09:50:00+01:00

 In RSC Sustainability, Groningen researchers present the results of their efforts to make labs more sustainable and provide tips for other labs. 

Exploring Academia with Isabelle

  • A well-rested mind as fertile ground

  • Trust the process and embrace the unexpected

  • Is inbox overload the workplace epidemic of the 21st century?

  • Is a PhD solely driven by a passion for research?

  • To be or not to be (a professor)

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​Sensitive channels

Surprisingly little is known about the molecular basis of our sense of touch. A newly discovered ion channel fills in the picture.

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Children’s experiment for adults

It is a popular experiment to introduce children to science: staining a rose with food colouring. An American student did it with fluorescent dye.

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