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Michelle Bruijn explains the contradictory elements of Dutch drug policy in this 60 second video on her research...
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How can past building traditions in the Netherlands inspire us to build more sustainably in the future? Daniël Postma explains...
April 21st is International Astronomy Day! International Astronomy Day happens two times a year: in spring and in fall. MindMint prepared this post full of astronomy facts to spark your curiosity.
Can we approach this in a scientific way? If we understand why a hangover occurs, can we take measures to prevent one, rather than curing the damage when it's already done?
There’s a price to pay for overindulging, and rapidly consuming cold substances on a warm, sunny day -or even on a cold one- is no exception.
While each of us, PhD students, possess different personalities, face different kinds of stress, and have different dreams, we can always learn from each other.
Did you know that methamphetamine was one of the drugs used to enhance the performance of the Nazi troops and their leader Hitler in World War II?
"Science isn't finished until it's communicated." Find out how and why!
Where's the moral compass in research communication pointing to?
Keep in mind that a long healthy life begins with good genes, but the activity of these genes also depends on good habits!
Tuberculosis has been killing humanity since the dawn of humanity itself. So why can't we kill this old hag already?
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It is one of the most common headaches and it is estimated to affect one third of the population.
It's like a traffic light for genes, which scientists can use to switch on and off good and bad genes...
Well, everything - except that humans don't fly. Flies and humans share many genes and functional mechanisms...