Is the law against the Anglicisation of higher education a paper tiger?

Student
First Chamber has doubts about the law to prevent Anglicisation of higher education.

Start-up Box containing food by small-scale knowledge businesses

Student
Start-ups on campus stock a box with innovative foods. Want to buy?

Deforestation is complicated – and so is the solution

Science
Wageningen remote sensing researchers respond to the World Wildlife Fund deforestation report.

Ethical assessment framework for gene editing in animals

Science
Check by society can add to technical risk assessment of, for example,…

Campus companies: InsectSense

Organisation
There are about 100 companies on campus. We’ll be introducing one of…

Science information officer Jac Niessen is retiring – ‘It’s the science that interests me’

In-depth
Organisation
Science information officer Jac Niessen is retiring after 18 years at WUR.

Supermarkets cashing in, but not necessarily at the farmers’ expense

Science
Not all farmers have the same earnings model.
Voedselprijzenmonitor Illustratie Studio Geniek

Food Prices Monitor gives nuanced picture

In-depth
Science
Supermarket profit is not always bad for farmers.

WUR is studying the benefits of hedgerows in polders (with video)

Science
Agroforestry project combines cultivation of potatoes, wheat and carrots with rows of…

Insects replace fertilizer in raspberry cultivation

Science
Market gardeners can increase raspberry production by using ecosystem services instead of…